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February 14 2014
Great train robber, international drugs trafficker and arms dealer – these are just some of the people that Care UK respite resident Ray Thompson has been mistaken for in his 85-year life.
January 21 2014
102-year-old Alice Shill spent many hours of overtime making flags for national ceremonial events during her working life but this week the bunting went up in a Hailsham care home in her honour.
December 18 2013
Buying the perfect present is a challenge at any time, but what do you buy a loved one for Christmas who has Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia?
December 17 2013
One of the country’s biggest investors in new care homes has this week launched a campaign which will draw on the real experiences and day-to-day lives of people living in residential care homes with the aim of reassuring family members who are looking for a place for a loved one.
December 11 2013
Bowes House held a ‘Fabulous Fifties’ week between Monday 11th and Friday 15th November. The themed week was packed with activities including music, games and a street party, and ended with a grand 1950s fashion show finale.
December 3 2013
Care UK has today become the first national health and social care provider to publish a quality account for its 112 care homes and 13 wellbeing centres in England and Scotland.
December 2 2013
Independent health and social care provider Care UK has announced the appointment of Caroline Roberts as its director of quality and governance.
November 26 2013
Health ministers from G8 countries are being brought together for a dementia summit in London on 11th December. Care UK’s head of dementia was invited to share her hopes for the summit on the government’s Dementia Challenge blog.
November 20 2013
On Sunday 10th November 2013 at 11am, House remembered all those that had served and fallen during the two World Wars.
November 19 2013
Fund-raisers have presented a cheque for £800 to the East Sussex Association of Blind and Partially-Sighted People which has its headquarters in Hailsham.