The Minister of State visited The Royal Star & Garter Homes in Solihull earlier this month and praised the specialist care it provides.
The Charity provides 24-hour care for Veteran living with a disability or dementia and recently launched a day care service increasing the number of people it helps.
Caroline Dinenage was given a tour and shown round Roundel House, which provides round-the-clock specialist care for people living with dementia.
Ms Dinenage said: “It was a great pleasure to visit The Royal Star & Garter Homes in Solihull and see first-hand the excellent, specialist care they provide to our military veterans living with disabilities or dementia.
“Their new day care service is a real asset to this community and will enable more veterans to benefit from their quality care.”
The Minister witnessed residents painting poppies on 100 pebbles, with the tour finishing with a visit to their Physiotherapy department.
Andy Cole, The Royal Star & Garter Homes’ chief executive, said: “It was wonderful to welcome Caroline Dinenage to our Solihull Home.
“We’re always looking at how we can adapt our care to meet the needs of veterans living with disabilities, so we’re really pleased the Minister was able to see our new day care service in full swing. This is allowing us to help even more veterans.”