Congratulations to all the staff at Fieldhead Park who have received their bronze award for going twenty days without a fall (actual days 31) well done to all of youRead More
As we all our very aware that the last two week have not been the best where the weather is concern, along came the beast from the East, followed by storm Emma, when we thought everything had calmed down and getting back to normal we were hit this morning with the pest from the West, which even though it only lasted a couple of hours it brought complete chaos to our roads so travelling was a night mare.
Throughout all this our dedicated staff at all our care homes have managed to get into work, to ensure that our residents still have the quality of care which we always provide.
Our lovely home care team, battled through the snow, with not one of them saying they couldn’t get in to work, they made sure that all our service users had their usual visits, this ensured that they were fed, warm and most of all safe, sometimes the carer may be the only person they see all day and they didn’t want to let them down.
So the next time you are having a bit of a grump about the weather including myself, that we are struggling or can’t get to work think about all the care staff out there and all the nurses who really have no choice but to go to work, to keep our vulnerable people well and safe, they are the true heroes, you are amazing each and every one of you,.
Fieldhead Court are holding their Christmas Fayre on Wednesday 13th December at 10:00am. Everyone is welcome come along and enjoy the fun.
Super Val cycle challenge
Valarie is a resident of Tudor House nursing home in Selby, Val has taken on our challenge to cycle 6.5 miles (The equivalent to her home town) in aid of children in need, Val has raised around £400, through online sponsorship donations and via a sponsorship form, Val has done absolutely fantastic and we are all very proud of herRead More
Once again it is that time of year when the flu bug decides to do it’s rounds, please follow the NHS guidelines as belowRead More
Little 3 year old Samuel Brook, who is the son of Emma, activity coordinator at Tudor House, decide he wanted to help people with Alzheimer’s and the residents of Tudor House, so he joined his mum and dad on the memory walk, Well done Samuel you did greatRead More
A lovely day was had by all at Hartshead Manor Summer Fair, which took place on the 13 August, they were even lucky enough to get a sunny day. There was a good turn out and they managed to raise £678.90. Alison, activity coordinator would like to thank everyone who helped
Fieldhead Court recently held their summer fair, they raised a total of£471.32 for the residents fund. Looks like the residents, family’s and staff had a really good day.
The residents at Somerset house have also been busy creating a seaside mural, so now even on a rainy day they can look at it and think they are on a lovely beach somewhere.