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Second year birthday celebrations at Worcester care home

June 28th 2016

Perry Manor care home on Charles Hastings Way welcomed the people of Worcester through its doors to celebrate the care home’s second anniversary.

Topping off a fantastic year, the team at Perry Manor opened the doors to the care home for a special party. The family-friendly event featured a variety of activities for people of all ages to enjoy, including live music from The Jookulele Band. Visitors also enjoyed balloon volleyball and tried their luck in a raffle.  

The celebrations at Perry Manor coincided with Care Home Open Day – an annual initiative aimed at challenging perceptions of care homes, connecting residents with even more people in their community, and developing relationships across the generations.

Pushpa Sagoo, home manager at Perry Manor, said: “Our second anniversary was a really exciting milestone.  It is great that it coincided with Care Home Open Day and we had the opportunity to celebrate with so many people from the local community. 

“Our home is always open to guests, but it was wonderful to have a day to bring together visitors, residents and colleagues and show all the good work we do. It was pleasure to meet everyone and to give visitors the opportunity to take a look around Perry Manor. We all had a wonderful day and hopefully we have demonstrated how modern care homes are warm and inviting, while also strengthening our links with the local community here in Worcester.”

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At Perry Manor, our ‘outstanding’-rated care home in Worcester, residents and their families have the reassurance of knowing that the home’s expert team can provide the highest quality of care for people with a wide range of needs, including complex nursing needs and end of life care. This allows residents to stay living at the home should they eventually need nursing care. The expert team, led by award-winning home manager Katherine Matthews, receives the latest training in all areas of care and get to know your loved one like a member of their own family, understanding their individual medical needs and their unique personality and life story.

Perry Manor
Charles Hastings Way
WR5 1ET (For sat nav, please use post code WR5 1DD)

0333 321 1925

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