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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.

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30 Jun 2015

A surprise morning tea was held for some very special members of staff at Lammermuir House Care Home. A number of the dedicated team of carers, nurses and colleagues at the home were all celebrating working at the home for 10 years or more and to say thank you they were all given a £50 shopping voucher each. Residents, staff and families were all invited to the party with home cooked savoury snacks and the ever popular chocolate fudge cake, a favourite of the residents.

“We are one big family here at Lammermuir and decided to celebrate because of the sheer amount of staff that has made our home special and a big part of the community for so many years” commented Home Manager Janet Decourt. “Lammermuir House is a happy place to be and residents, families and staff all know each other very well”.

Most of the staff celebrating can be seen pictured here in the photo. They include Brenda Beckett, Margaret Bell, Adam Fincham, Sheena Kay, Jemma Lunn, Wendy Marriott, Lucy Martin, Amanda Mills, Lyn Penman and Eleanor Steel. Ethel Rubio and Rosemary Smith were absent for the photo.

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30 Jun 2015

Residents at Warmley House enjoy more than a haircut when they book an appointment at their new hair salon. A nice cuppa and a good chat is also part of the experience. “It’s a real treat and feels like a real day out” said one happy resident who looks forward to her weekly trip to the hairdressers.

The well groomed residents are especially proud of their new salon because they helped with the decoration and colour scheme. “We are a very sociable and inclusive home at Warmley House so it was really important that those that were interested were involved in this fantastic project” said Home Manager, Sue Horsewell. “Our residents and their families are consulted on a lot of the decisions around the home which makes Warmley feel so special. Everyone wanted the new salon to be more than just a hairdressers but a real social occasion. So everyone gets a free hot drink, biscuit or cake and a chance for a natter. “

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Ringshill macmillan Donation

30 Jun 2015

The staff at Ringshill Care Home, Huntingdon, recently clubbed together to donate gifts for The Woodlands Macmillan Centre to help them raise money for more Macmillan nurses.

“Macmillan is a charity very close to our hearts, many of us have been directly affected by cancer and I have a relative currently receiving treatment. So when we heard there was a shortage of Macmillan nurses the staff at Ringshill wanted to make a difference and help” said Home Administrator Vee Wheeler who led the collection. “The staff here are so kind and caring, earlier this year we raised money for the local childrens’ ward at Hinchingbrook Hospital in Huntingdon”.

Di Polley-Coles a Macmillan Charity Supporter, recently visited the home for Care Home Open Day to say thank you. “The raffle prizes were so generously donated by the wonderful,” said Di. “98% of Macmillan’s income comes from donations and we couldn’t provide the service we do without the generosity of people like those that work at Ringshill”.

Four Seasons Care Home will be taking part in the Macmillan Coffee Morning on 25th September 2015. If you would like to join us for coffee why not pop along to a participating home near you?

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