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.
"We feel that grandma is very well cared for and that gives us peace of mind. We are happy to recommend Field View to others."
13 Oct 2015
Gowrie House Care Home in Kirkcaldy recently held a flower arranging event for the residents to get involved with. The idea was suggested by one of the residents who expressed how much she loved flower arrangement and would like to get other residents involved in it.
The team at Gowrie House thought this idea was great and purchased some beautiful flowers and baskets for the residents to get creative with. Three residents, Betty, Winnie and Betty were very eager to have a go at flower arrangement and show off their talents. The activity was a great success and everyone made lovely flower baskets. These will be displayed in the home for all the residents to admire.
Anjie Restar, Home Manager, told us “For me this activity can grow, the residents really got involved with colour schemes and which were their favourites. We will definitely be doing this again and hoping more residents get involved. The feedback we got was great so we’re really pleased it went so well”.
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12 Oct 2015
Christine Hamilton, Group Executive Chef, and David Richards, Chef Trainer, have been named Catering Team of the Year at the National Association of Care Catering (NACC) annual awards.
12 Oct 2015
The team at Ringshill Care Home in Huntingdon decided to take advantage of the nice weather and treat their residents to a boat trip along the River Ouse. The boat sailed from the Hartford Marina along the River Ouse to St Ives with glorious views and wildlife for everyone to enjoy.
Family and friends were also invited to join in on the day. Everyone was able to have a picnic lunch on deck with the sun shining down on them. The boat trip was arranged and staffed by The Ladybird Trust. They are a charity funded organisation who provide boat trips for the elderly and disabled throughout several months of the year. The trips do not cost anything and rely entirely on donations.
Karen Waddington, Home Manager, told us “It was a lovely day for a trip along the river. The sun was gleaming which just added to how great the day was. It was great that friends and families could also come along to join us – we all enjoyed a delicious picnic in the sunshine. We all can’t wait to go again next year”.
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