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A Four Seasons Health Care home is a real home. We really care about people, looking after their health and understanding what makes them happy.

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.

Award winning care

Four Seasons are delighted to have won, and to be shortlisted for, a number of awards in 2015.

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"I am very happy living at Dolphin View and my brother lives here also."

Mrs Thomasina Shotton, resident at Dolphin View Care Home

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News

9 Feb 2016

To celebrate the late Robert Burns, Willow Lodge Care Home in Newcastle upon Tyne celebrated his life with readings of his famous poems and traditional Scottish music. The team invited families to join at the home with their loved ones for an evening of entertainment and hearty food.

The team thought it would be a wonderful idea to invite a local bagpipe player to come in and perform for the guests to get everyone in the Scottish spirit. The home was decorated with tartan and red to add to the theme. The catering team made some Scottish treats for everyone to try whilst Robert Burns’ poems were read.

Lindsay Johnson, Home Manager, told us “Willow Lodge had a wonderful evening for Burns Night. Everyone got into the spirit and really enjoyed our bagpipe performance. The Scottish theme got everyone talking and sharing past memories they had of various holidays and day trips they had there which was great to listen to”.

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9 Feb 2016

St Catherines Care Home in Bolton put together a Digni-Tea party as part of the recent Dignity through Action Day – February 1st. The team invited residents and family members to join at the home for an afternoon of cream tea and entertainment.

To add to the day, the team invited local singer, Keith Moore, to come and perform for the guests. In the interval, cream tea and scones were served to everyone which went down well. To recognise the importance of dignity, everyone wrote down on a paper tea bag what dignity means to them. These were then all put into a large teapot for people to read.

A relative told us “We enjoyed the whole afternoon, singing and dancing to the music. We were made to feel extremely welcome by all the team. Cream tea and scones between the music was a great idea! A good day had by all”.

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8 Feb 2016

Our Scottish region celebrated the hard work and dedication of their employees in their internal ‘Team Scotland Awards’ recently. The awards ranged from ‘Manager of the Year’ to ‘Resident Achievement’. Alongside these internal awards, they also had a number of ROCK Awards which were presented at their Home Manager Conference last week in Glasgow.

Nominations from colleagues came in thick and fast for the awards but in the end there could only be 10 lucky winners which are listed below:

Carer of the Year – Brenda Beckett at Lammermuir House Care Home

Newcomer of the Year – Lillian Grey at Meadowvale Care Home

Personal Activities Leader Award– Lynn Smith and Katie Walker at Middleton Hall Care Home

Home Support Employee Award – Maria Gibson at Whitecraigs Care Home

Nurse of the Year – Shiney John at Cumbernauld Care Home

Resident Achievement Award – Fred Smith at Middleton Hall Care Home

Deputy Home Manager Award – Finlay Milner at Allander Court Care Home

Event of the YearLaurels Lodge Care Home Sensory Garden launch

Outstanding Achievement Award – Brodie Unit team at Castlegreen Care Home

Manager of the Year – Kay Robertson at Dounemount Care Home

As you may know, some of our homes were affected in the recent floods in Scotland and a number had to be evacuated. The teams at Woodside, The Meadows, Earlsferry and Henderson House have all been praised for their fantastic efforts to ensure the safety of residents when faced with the dreadful storms. The teams all received a ROCK Award presented to them by John Kirk, Managing Director (Scotland) and Alistair How, Chief Operating Officer.

John told us “Thank you to everyone who took the time to nominate and a massive well done to all the nominees. Let’s make 2016 another fantastic and successful year for Team Scotland.”

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