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Belong appoints new nurse as Operations Manager

Dementia specialist care provider, Belong, has appointed registered nurse Sue Goldsmith to the newly created role of Operations Manager, in a move designed to enhance the local care operator’s provision of high-quality care and services as it prepares to open its latest villages in Chester and Birkdale.

Specialist nurse consultant recognised with a Healthcare Hero Award

Over the last ten years, Sunrise of Mobberley care home has been innovating their dining services to continually deliver exceptional meals to its residents.

Sunrise of Mobberley serves up a truly restaurant-style experience

Over the last ten years, Sunrise of Mobberley care home has been innovating their dining services to continually deliver exceptional meals to its residents.

Life lessons from 100 year old Bearsden teacher

Music fans among the residents at a Dorset care home have begun enjoying regular live performances in their lounge from a Eurovision Song Contest winner. Colten Care has appointed Nicky Stevens from pop group Brotherhood of Man as a Companionship Team Member at its Ferndown home, Amberwood House.

Social care to receive £269 million to boost staffing levels and testing

Social care sector to receive £269 million to boost staffing levels and testing. New £120 million fund for local authorities to boost staffing levels. £149 million grant system to support increased testing in care homes

Help out. Join up. Stay informed – the public has a part to play in COVID-19 vaccines delivery plan

Public urged to join the national effort by helping family and friends aged 80 and over get their life-saving jabs. Government calls on the public to commit to three pledges to support the roll out of Covid vaccines

West Bromwich care provider creates pop-up restaurant for residents

A Telford nursing home which was criticised last year by the Care Quality Commission has turned around its fortunes.

Wellingborough wellbeing workplaces boost morale for care home residents

A Telford nursing home which was criticised last year by the Care Quality Commission has turned around its fortunes.

Telford nursing home turns around fortunes

A Telford nursing home which was criticised last year by the Care Quality Commission has turned around its fortunes.

Redditch care home one of the first to receive vaccine against Covid-19

Residents and team at Bowood Court & Mews Care Home in Redditch were one of the first to receive the Pfizer vaccine against Covid-19.

Excelcare’s CEO leads the way on COVID-19 vaccination roll out

Dr Natalie-Jane Macdonald has been awarded an MBExcelcare’s CEO, Osman ‘Ozzie’ Ertosun stepped up to receive the first dose of his Excelcare - Ozzie Vaccination.jpgCOVID-19 vaccination this weekend. With the pandemic creating many challenges over the last year, Ozzie wanted to lead the way and encourage others to book their vaccine to help protect themselves and the lives of the people they support, their families and also their colleagues. E for services to Healthcare in the 2021 list of New Year’s Honours.

Eurovision winner joins Dorset care home’s companionship team

Music fans among the residents at a Dorset care home have begun enjoying regular live performances in their lounge from a Eurovision Song Contest winner. Colten Care has appointed Nicky Stevens from pop group Brotherhood of Man as a Companionship Team Member at its Ferndown home, Amberwood House.

DC Care completes sale of Nottingham’s Seely Hirst House

DC Care is delighted to confirm the completion of the sale of Seely Hirst House, a care home registered for 38 in Nottingham. The home was marketed on behalf of Adrian Allen and Diana Frangiou, of RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP.

Warrington Bistro return marks special moment for care residents

They say it’s the little things that can have the biggest impact, and an extra special welcome for the return of Belong Warrington’s Bistro has been met with joy from residents at the care village.

More than 100 Jewish Care staff and residents receive Covid-19 vaccine

More than 100 staff and residents received the Covid-19 vaccine at Jewish Care’s Anita Dorfman House at Sandringham on Tuesday 29 December. The residents were the first Jewish Care residents to be given their initial dose of the Pfizer vaccine as part of the national vaccination programme

Superdrug goodies galore bring Christmas cheer to Croydon care home

Whitgift House, South Croydon, was nominated by Superdrug as their chosen worthy cause to receive an array of gifts including beauty, bathing, showering and healthcare products as well as sweet treats.

Troon youngsters send festive cheer to shielding elderly residents

At 50 strong, the Troon’s Girls’ Brigade hope to provide a card for every carer and resident to say thank you and send their best wishes over the festive season.

Dedicated West Yorkshire nurses retire after 80 years of combined service

Two dedicated West Yorkshire nurses are retiring after each spending 40 years in the care industry. Janice Shaw has spent the last 28 years of her career at Czajka Care Group and Julie Walters has spent the last six years with the family-run company.

Care operator distributes token of thanks to care workers at Christmas

Runwood Homes teams, across 75 care homes in England and Northern Ireland, have been given, by Directors, a token of thanks for their continued hard work and dedication throughout the pandemic.

UK ITU patients to receive potentially life-saving treatments for COVID-19

Patients in intensive care units across the UK are to receive potentially life-saving treatments for COVID-19 Clinical trial results show the drugs reduce risk of death by 24% for critically ill patients and time spent in intensive care by up to 10 days Government ensures life-saving drugs will be available in NHS healthcare settings with immediate effect

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