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Our care homes are as individual as our residents, but the high standard of care is the same throughout. Our new Quality of Life Programme is a unique way of listening to residents every day to help us deliver the type of care experience they want.

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1 Jul 2015

Young and old came together to mark this year’s Care Home Open Day (June 19th) for a day beside the sea at Hallgarth Care Home, Durham.

Residents and visitors thoroughly enjoyed the day with lots of good old fashioned seaside fun and entertainment.

Angela Muir, Manager at the home, said: “We always love welcoming visitors and it was great that so many people came along to celebrate the day with us. We had a great day with lots of great food, laughter and nostalgic stories about holidays by the sea. We see Care Home Open Day as a way of showing people what life is like in a care home, and to see behind the doors for themselves. “

Care Home Open Day is celebrated by care homes across the country. It aims to encourage stronger relationships between care homes and the local community. It also provides a chance for people to come and see what life inside a home is really like and get to know some of the fascinating people who live there.

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hawaiian-party-regents-view

1 Jul 2015

Young and old came together to mark this year’s Care Home Open Day (June 19th) for a Hawaiian themed day at Regents View, Hetton le Hole.

Residents and visitors thoroughly enjoyed the day with lots of fancy dress, seaside activities and live music.

Hayley O’Neil, Manager at the home, said: “We always love welcoming visitors and it was great that so many people came along to celebrate the day with us. The Hawaiian theme was particularly fun. We see Care Home Open Day as a way of showing people what life is like in a care home, and to see behind the doors for themselves.“

Care Home Open Day is celebrated by care homes across the country. It aims to encourage stronger relationships between care homes and the local community. It also provides a chance for people to come and see what life inside a home is really like and get to know some of the fascinating people who live there.

To find out more about working for Four Seasons Health Care please click here

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30 Jun 2015

A surprise morning tea was held for some very special members of staff at Lammermuir House Care Home. A number of the dedicated team of carers, nurses and colleagues at the home were all celebrating working at the home for 10 years or more and to say thank you they were all given a £50 shopping voucher each. Residents, staff and families were all invited to the party with home cooked savoury snacks and the ever popular chocolate fudge cake, a favourite of the residents.

“We are one big family here at Lammermuir and decided to celebrate because of the sheer amount of staff that has made our home special and a big part of the community for so many years” commented Home Manager Janet Decourt. “Lammermuir House is a happy place to be and residents, families and staff all know each other very well”.

Most of the staff celebrating can be seen pictured here in the photo. They include Brenda Beckett, Margaret Bell, Adam Fincham, Sheena Kay, Jemma Lunn, Wendy Marriott, Lucy Martin, Amanda Mills, Lyn Penman and Eleanor Steel. Ethel Rubio and Rosemary Smith were absent for the photo.

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