A resident at a care home in Leatherhead saw her wish to spend time with her favourite animals come true.
A care home in Eye welcomed French visitors to celebrate 30 years of the town’s twinning partnership.
Prodigious talent and knack for excelling in leadership so much that he has been promoted three times in three years has been recognised nationally as a Care UK director has been named as the UK’s leader of the future in a prestigious national award.
Care UK with development and construction partners, Brymor and Aecom, have celebrated the start of work on a new £8.5m care home in Sarisbury Green.
A care home in Stratford-upon-Avon had a paw-some visit to a local guide dog training centre. Residents at Care UK’s Ambleside were recently reunited with familiar furry friends, after spending an afternoon at the Guide Dogs for the Blind training centre in Leamington Spa.
Two care homes in the region joined forces on International Peace Day (21 September 2019) to host a 1960s-themed ‘peace party’.
Care UK Residential Care Service has won the Best Practice Award judged and presented by the National Association of Safety and Health in Care Services (NASHiC).
Care UK has won through to the finals of three categories in a national award scheme designed to recognise leaders and visionaries in social care.
The awards, organised by Care Home Professional and Home Care Insight magazines, have seen Care UK shortlisted in the major category of Care Provider of the Year. Judges shortlisted the organisation for its commitment to supporting its 10,000 residents to lead fulfilling lives, while employing and training an additional 3,000 staff in new homes over the last seven years.
A care home in Stroud enjoyed a surprise visit from a cyclist on a 580-mile charity ride.
Two Care UK teams have been shortlisted for National Association of Care Catering (NACC) Awards for their commitment to ensuring care home residents have dignity, choice and great food.
A resident from a Bury St Edmunds care home took to the skies for the second time to inspire others and celebrate her 100th birthday. Last year, Olwyn Hopkins, a resident at Care UK’s Davers Court, on Shakers Lane, was surprised by the team with the opportunity to fly in a glider plane, something she had not done in over 80 years.
Milner House helped a resident to mark a special milestone.
A care home in Kingston Vale has taken a trip across the channel to Ardres, in northern France, to enjoy an afternoon of landscape painting.
Four lucky residents at a Newbury care home saw their wishes come true recently, after each experiencing a day to remember.
A Kenilworth care home surprised a 93-year-old resident with a trip down memory lane to one of her favourite places.
Residents at a Richmond care home enjoyed a trip to the ‘seaside’ recently, after team members transformed the home for a special ‘seaside day’.
Smyth Lodge has officially welcomed a new team member – and he’s set to be a paw-some hit with residents and colleagues alike.
Sherwood Grange has made a dream come true for two residents, by organising a trip to Twickenham stadium to watch a rugby match.
Chandler Court is set to help residents re-live the thrill of cycling again, after winning a specially-adapted bike.
A local lady has won a competition to name a brand new care home in Maidstone.
Murrayside is going above par by sponsoring a professional golfer.
A 71-year-old Mill View resident saw her wish to spend time with her favourite animals come true after donkey’s years.
Pen pals from two care homes in the region met for the very first time on International Friendship Day (30 July 2019).
New-born babies in Banbury are being kept cosy and warm, thanks to a donation of hand-knitted hats and blankets by residents at Highmarket House.
Murrayside is celebrating after a team member was awarded a national accolade.