A care home in Bognor Regis has celebrated 10 years of providing residential care.
Elizabeth House, which is owned and operated by Shaw healthcare, marked the occasion with drinks, cake and musical entertainment. The party included guests such as the Mayor of Bognor Regis, Councillor Phil Woodall, as well as Shaw healthcare’s deputy CEO Suzanne Hughes and Abbie Johnson, of West Sussex County Council.
The home, on Victoria Drive, works closely with Seaford College, whose students visit the home and support the residents on activities in the community. It has been a winner at the last two ‘Star Awards’, organised by Shaw healthcare to celebrate excellence in care across the UK.
A team leader, cook and senior support worker, who have been at the home since it opened, were also presented awards on the day, while the home marked the five year anniversary of two domestic assistants and a support worker.
Home manager, Marian Drake, said: “This party was a lovely way to mark the occasion. I have a great team here who work so hard to provide the high standard we pride ourselves on, ensuring we get to know residents and families to offer the individual care people need.”
Shaw healthcare provides care for individuals in nursing and residential homes, hospitals, supported living environments and domiciliary care schemes. They provide a spectrum of services, from comprehensive care packages, through to low level support in the community for older people and adults with physical, sensory or mental health support needs.