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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."

Rev Paul Seabrook, resident at Eastlands Care Home

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23 Mar 2015

Residents and staff at Park House Care Home in Northants recently invited their family, friends and members of the local community to take part in a fundraising event to raise awareness for Dementia UK.

The home organised a ‘Time for a Cuppa!’ day and held a tea party with many tasty treats. Staff at Park house dressed up in purple and baked a selection of cakes to show support for Dementia UK and the admiral Nurses who work closely with those experiencing dementia.

Park House Administration Manager, Heidi Smith said: “Taking part in this event has been a huge amount of fun and it was great to see everyone at the home enjoying themselves. It’s for such an important cause that is very close to all of our hearts and I’m very glad to be able to do our bit to support Dementia UK.”

The home toasted the fundraising event with a pot of the finest Tetley’s tea!

Football Teammates

19 Mar 2015

Four Seasons Health Care in Northern Ireland have been working in partnership with DEL (Department of Education and Learning) to provide work placements for young people in their Steps to Success programme. A ‘friendly’ football tournament was arranged by leading provider of people-centred services, Ingeus Ltd., with teams fielded from a number of employers including our own NI regional team.

Ingeus Ltd. work in partnership with DEL on many employability programmes, skills training and health-related support, which help people reach their full potential. Their aim is to engage with employers with a view to getting potential employees back on the course to work

Pictures left to right (image 1);Gary Cousins, Clinical Nurse; Gerry Hegarty, Estates Manager; Barry McDermott, Estates Surveyor; Connor Mallon, Dementia Maintenance Officer; Fergal (co-opted).

Sadly Connor suffered an injury but despite this the team went onto win the tournament. Congratulations to our team of worthy winners and get well soon Connor! Football teammates 3Football teammates 2


18 Mar 2015

Residents, staff and guests at Hesslewood House Care Home in Hessle have taken part in a fundraising event to raise awareness for Dementia UK.

The home organized a ‘Time for a Cuppa!’ day and held a cake sale serving many homemade treats including scones and cream, lemon cheesecake and flap jacks, to show support for Dementia UK and the Admiral Nurses who work closely with those experiencing dementia.

Hesslewood’s very own male peacock was also out for the occasion, showing off his new feathers for everyone who was sat watching him from the dining room.

Home Manager, Michelle Pepworth said: “This is a great event to be involved in and we were delighted to be part of it and help raise so much money for such a good cause. Many elderly people are living with dementia, including here at Hesslewood House, so to support such an important event has been great.”

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