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. We believe in an independent approach so everyone receives the unique type of care they need, however they need it.
"The home has a warm, welcoming and family atmosphere with a great connection with the local Church Community."
24 Apr 2015
A relative whose husband is a resident at Ashcroft Care Home in Chesterfield, recently worked a 10 hour shift in the home. Judith Smith, who is in her 70s, donated the £140 she made during her sponsored shift at Ashcroft and donated it to the Resident’s Social Fund. Judith worked really hard, not just in her shift but also by looking after her husband who lives with dementia.
Home Manager, Yana Whitehouse said, “Judith is great and we had a lot of fun when she was on shift. She displayed so much kindness and caring to all of our residents and I believe she should be recognised for this.”
23 Apr 2015
Two members of staff at Northlea Court Care Home in Cramlington have been nominated for ROCK (Recognition of Care and Kindness) awards. Carol Birch and Lorraine Lewis have been honoured for their kind-hearted and caring approach to their job and were presented with their awards by Amanda Cunningham, Managing Director North East England.
Carol was nominated by Mrs Nancy Prior for consistently supporting residents to participate in activities to enrich their daily lives. Lorraine was also nominated by Mrs Nancy Prior for always making time to talk to the residents and always being caring and funny.
Tracie White, Regional Manager, commented: “Our employees are our most valuable resource and the reason we are able to deliver the best possible care to meet residents’ needs. It is a delight to reward Carol and Lorraine this way, and show appreciation for their exceptional hard work and dedication that helps to set Four Seasons Health Care apart.”
20 Apr 2015
Staff and supporters at Riverside View Care Home in Darlington donned their walking boots to climb an iconic North Yorkshire hill to raise funds for their residents.
The dedicated team were joined by friends and family of the home’s residents to climb Roseberry Topping, a landmark 330m high hill near Great Ayton.
Despite the poor weather, the team managed to reach the summit and their efforts raised money to spend on activities and trips for Riverside View residents.
The walk was one of a variety of fundraising events organised by staff who continually raise money for the residents fund.
Home manager, Claire Westmorland said, “We battled through the wind and rain and reached the top of Roseberry Topping. Staff and relatives took part and we raised about £400 for the residents fund which was a great success.”