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 2017.
"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."
13 Dec 2017
April 2017 saw Four Seasons’ Health Care Grampian Region launch their VIP (Values In Practice) initiative which rewards people for living the Four Seasons values of being:
- and Making a Difference
Stacey Patillo, Care Assistant at Laurels Lodge Care Home in Woodside has been crowned VIP for the month of November after being nominated by colleagues, residents and relatives.
Stacey joined the team at Laurels Lodge Care Home in September 2012 and she has consistently showed genuine care and kindness to the residents, relatives and colleagues.
Lynn Winchester said, “Stacey goes out of her way to welcome relatives and to chat to me about Mum”.
Another relative Jean Fiddes commented, “Stacey is very attentive to all. Nothing is no bother, and she is neat and tidy at all times and is so likeable with everyone”.
Sheila Gesma, Home Manager, said: “Stacey is very much deserving for this recognition, she is known to everybody at Laurels Lodge to be a soft-spoken, gentle and caring person. Stacey also go and do that extra mile to provide very good care to our residents. Well done Stacey and thank you for all you do!”
Sylvia Nicoll, Regional Manager for Grampian, said: “No matter how big or small the action or the gesture is, the VIP Awards are an opportunity to say thank you to people who go above and beyond the call of duty every day to make a difference to our residents’ lives.
“Congratulations Stacey, you should all be really proud of your success.”
13 Dec 2017
It’s always nice to try new things, so the team at Campsie View Care Home in Glasgow decided to hold a world food competition, which encouraged residents to try food from around the world.
Katy Jenks, Home Manager, said: “It’s always nice to try new things, and the Nigerian good was amazing. I think we’ll continue to sample food from around the world for the next few weeks.”
13 Dec 2017
Hallgarth Care Home in Durham played host to a surprise birthday party to celebrate Margaret turning 100.
Angela Muir, Home Manager, said: “Margaret celebrated her special day with all of her family around here, enjoying her favourite meal of egg and chips, with a slice of bread washed down with a glass of lemonade. We all wish you many happy returns Margaret!”
Margaret has always had an active lift and worked in an ammunitions factory during the war. Even at the age of 100 she isn’t slowing down and is a member of all the Hallgarth clubs, including Arts and Crafts and Poetry. She is always up for an outing and loves to chat to the visiting students from the university about her life.
Everyone at Four Seasons wish you many happy returns Margaret.