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 2016.
"I feel at home when I visit my mother and feel confident that she is being well looked after, I wouldn't want her to be anywhere else."
21 Feb 2017
Residents, relatives and the care team at Dane House Care Home in Brighton had a very busy December as the activities team has a full list of activities planned over the festive period.
Barbara Evans, Home Manager, said: “We welcomed lots of school and nursery children into the home, and they performed Christmas carols for the residents which was absolutely fantastic. The residents enjoyed a festive Church Service from the local Church before welcoming Father Christmas into the home. Overall we really enjoyed our Christmas at Dane House, it’s such a shame it went so quickly.”
21 Feb 2017
A special ceremony was held at Livingston Care Home in Livingston to celebrate the success of two members of the care team.
Cheryl McAloon and Margaret Heeps have successfully completed their Senior Nurse Care training.
Gwyneth Aitken, Home Manager, said: “I’m very proud of Cheryl and Margaret. They’ve worked really hard and thoroughly deserve this recognition. The skills they’ve learnt will further enhance the care they give to the residents here at Livingston, which from what I can see is an added bonus, as the team here are already doing a fantastic job
21 Feb 2017
Residents at Southfield Court Care Home in Huddersfield went back in time, as they were treated to a reminiscence session thanks to museum in a box.
Clare McCourt, Home Manager, said: “The residents were able to get their hands on gas masks, ration books, old newspapers and magazines which helped them to tell the care team stories about what life was like during the war. They enjoyed telling us how the ration books were used and trying the gas masks on for size.
“The residents also spent the week sharing short stories and poetry for national story telling week which has really showed off everyone’s imagination. It really has been a lovely week at Southfield Court.”