The daughter of a pensioner who lives at a home run by the troubled Southern Cross group says she is worried she may have to move him in the future.
Anne Kendal’s 87-year-old father Jack Bury is a resident of the Rishton Road home and needs 24-hour care.
The company says it is in a ‘critical financial position’ after reporting half year losses of £311m.
It has also announced 3,000 job losses across its 751 homes.
Anne said: "It’s a good home and my father is very happy there.
"I just worry if something happens we might have to move him and I don’t want that because he is very settled.
"It’s also very easy for me to get to so I can visit him."
And while she is concerned about the home’s future, Anne, of Bayley Street, said she has been impressed with the service Jack has received.
The 64-year-old said: "The standard of care has not changed at all.
"The staff have always been and continue to be wonderful to my father and all of the residents. It is a good home and I hope he will be able to stay there."
Southern Cross has begun a four-month consultation on the future of its homes. At a recent meeting with landlords, it was agreed some homes may be sold to alternative operators. It is not known how Hope House will fit into the restructure.
Hyndburn MP Graham Jones and Hyndburn Council leader Miles Parkinson visited the home on June 17 where they had a discussion with manager, Marie Van Niekerk.
They were then given a tour and were able to speak to residents and staff about their concerns.
Mr Jones said: "I know the residents are the number one priority but if we have great staff here, the residents will get great service which is the case at Hope House."
He added: "There is a very optimistic mood here and the focus continues to be on the care of residents."
Coun Parkinson added: "The home has not changed since I visited in March.
"The trouble at the national level is out of their hands. The simple fact is care has not changed Hope House."