As a longstanding supporter of Nutrition and Hydration Week, Care UK teams are poised to pull out all the stops to celebrate the campaign which starts on 14th June.
A care home in Stroud is inviting the local community to submit their entries to its virtual county show.
Local care home residents reminisced about Italy and partook in pizza and Pavarotti.
A Horndean care home is celebrating after one of its team members received a very special award.
Wedding celebrations were in full swing at an East Kilbride care home when a resident virtually attended her nephew’s wedding.
A Windsor care home was delighted to help a local charity re-design its outdoor space ahead of its reopening to the public.
A care home in Ferndown marked World Cocktail Day with a special event.
A Stowmarket care home resident and former nurse was delighted to share her experiences in celebration of International Nurses Day.
An impressive track record in ratings from the quality regulators, an all-time high in resident and relative satisfaction scores and independent evidence that it has outperformed every other care home provider in terms of creating new homes has contributed to Care UK’s shortlisting in two prestigious national awards.
A resident at a Cheltenham care home has been leading the home’s outdoor activities to celebrate this year’s virtual Chelsea Flower Show.
A resident at a Worcester care home has renewed her Brownie promise 88 years after first reciting her pledge.
Two Shinfield residents have taken first and second place in a care home’s ‘Local Heroes’ competition, winning £300 and £200 respectively.
An Aberdeen care home resident was delighted to be reunited with a very special visitor after a year apart.
A highly regarded competition to find some of the best employers in the country has demonstrated that Care UK is in the top three for the way it helps its team members to learn and develop their skills.
A Horndean care home got creative as part of a national initiative to honour Sir Captain Tom Moore.
A Cringleford care home resident, and former Oxford university student, has celebrated her 100th birthday by making a very special donation.
Care UK’s most senior nurse, Rachel Gilbert, Director of Care, Quality & Governance has welcomed news that the pandemic has brought an increase in interest from people wishing to train as a nurse – but wants to remind everyone that nursing has many facets, not just hospitals.
Residents at a care home in Framlingham were delighted to take part in a community initiative to celebrate new life.
A Houghton-le-Spring care home is celebrating after one of its team members was awarded a prestigious accolade.
Teams working for Care UK across the country have been announced as finalists in an award from highly respected charity The Alzheimer’s Society in recognition of their professionalism in providing care people for people living with dementia.
A renowned animator who once worked for Disney, a sector leading number of outstanding rated homes and innovative use of new technology has helped Care UK be shortlisted for no less than 17 highly regarded national awards.
A St Ives care home resident was delighted to spend quality time with her daughter, following the easing of restrictions, after receiving daily letters for the last year.
A local member of the community has helped to name the suites at a brand-new care home in Cherry Hinton.
With the vast majority of team members in homes already having had at least the first dose of their Covid-19 vaccination, Care UK enlisted support from a very special expert to give colleagues impartial information to help those few still undecided to make up their minds.
A Stansted care home was delighted to be reunited with a very special visitor after a year apart.