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."
25 Sep 2016
The care team and residents at Valley View Care Home in Cefn Hengoed cordially invite you to their Macmillan Coffee Morning.
Dubbed ‘The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ Valley View’s event is on Friday 30th September at the home, starting at 11am.
Rebecca Kenchington, Home Manager, said: “Everyone is welcome. I look forward to seeing lots of you there.”
25 Sep 2016
Zinia Fernandes, a member of the care team at Ladymead Care Home in Swindon has successfully passed another care qualification.
Here at Four Seasons Health Care we encourage all of our employees to continually develop their skills and knowledge. By ensuring people are up to date with the latest techniques, we can ensure that our residents get the best possible care.
KC Byju Vasudevan, Home Manager, said: “I’m very proud of Zinia. She’s worked really hard and thoroughly deserves this recognition. The skills she’s learnt will further enhance the care she gives to the residents here at Ladymead, which from what I can see is an added bonus, as the team here are already doing a fantastic job.”
25 Sep 2016
Everyone meet Elmo, The Rookery Care Home in Ebbw Vale’s newest resident.
The residents made the most of the Welsh sunshine making sure Elmo settled in by giving him lots of love and attention. To make Elmo feel 100% at home the residents then broke into song, singing ‘My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean’ for his little floppy ears.
Gail Llewelyn, Home Manager, said: “It was a lovely way to introduce Elmo to his forever home. He will definitely be happy here. The residents have benefited enormously from having the guinea pigs, many of them had pets before they came to us, so having pets here gives The Rookery a real sense of home.
“I would recommend Pet Therapy to anyone working in care homes. Animals can open a resident up in more ways than a person sometimes can. It doesn’t have to be domesticated, ‘safe’ pets either, there are places out there that bring in more exotic creatures for residents to handle.”