RECENT NEWS

Chawley Grove chooses Gainsborough

Oxfordshire’s Chawley Grove, a purpose-built 70-bed care home operated by Hamberley Care Homes, is delivering the latest in person-centred care through an innovative approach and Gentona baths from Gainsborough Specialist Bathrooms.

Carer takes home two awards

Senior nursing care assistant, Jane Reynolds, added the Palliative Care Award at the GB Care Awards South West to the Palliative, Day Service and Live-In Worker Award she won at the Care and Support West Awards in October.

Sanders launches premium brand

Following 32 years in the residential care industry as owner and CEO of Runwood Homes, Gordon Sanders and family have ventured into the premium, private pay market as Sanders Senior Living.

Runwood celebrates inspection reports

Runwood Homes is celebrating a run of positive Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection reports, resulting in good, valuable ratings for a number of its residential care homes across England.

Care UK hosts life drawing class

With several talented artists living at the home and strong interest in all things artistic among the residents, the team at Care UK’s Sherwood Grange recently offered a very different kind of care home activity.

Burcot Grange rated ‘outstanding’

Burcot Grange, a 40 bed luxury care home in Bromsgrove, which is part of the Cinnamon Care Collection, has been awarded an overall rating of outstanding following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Ipswich home marks 40 years

MHA Norwood care home in Ipswich recently celebrated its 40th anniversary in style as staff, residents and volunteers came together for a fun-filled day.

Lucerne House 'outstanding' again

Lucerne House Care Centre in Alphington, Exeter passed a recent Care Quality Commission inspection with an overall 'outstanding' rating for the second time after being praised for a safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led service.

Centrum home nominated for award

A local care home that was in administration for three years and had an 'inadequate' rating has transformed itself over the past nine months into a home that is striving for 'excellence in dementia care'.

Celebration event hailed a success

The first event held to celebrate social care providers on the Yorkshire coast has been hailed a success.

Festival of Light comes to Harrow

Residents, relatives and team members at Karuna Manor care home in Harrow celebrated the biggest Hindu festival of Diwali, known as the Festival of Light, with music, fireworks and dancing.

Funding secured for Troon home

Morrison Community Care Group has secured £6.6 million of finance from Allied Irish Bank (GB) for a new care home in Troon, Ayrshire.

CQC prosecutes care provider

A care provider that failed in its duty to provide safe care and treatment has been ordered to pay £123,699.90 in fines and costs by Leeds Magistrates’ Court.

CHD Living shortlisted for five awards

An award-winning, family owned care group has reason to celebrate after being shortlisted in the prestigious Surrey Care Awards 2019, which recognise excellence in social care provision in the county of Surrey.

Grand launch of Oakdale care home

The mayor of Poole, councillor Marion Le Poidevin, officiated at the grand opening of Oakdale care home, joined by members of the community and local healthcare professionals.

Dementia Club UK donates game

Residents, team members and the local community were thrilled when a generous donation from Dementia Club UK, which is supported by Saracens, led to Carlton Court care home in Barnet being gifted an OM game system, which is an interactive game focused on motion activated sensory technology, as part of the home’s Dementia Club launch.

Aura Care introduces sing-a-long

Aura Care Living's luxury retirement village and care home, Stratton Court in Cirencester, has just launched a new monthly community event to combat loneliness in the elderly and use the proven healing and uplifting power of music as therapy.

Home opened by SAS hero

A luxury care home in the heart of Hereford has been officially unveiled by former SAS hero Bob Curry – with more than 150 people attending the ceremony.

Technology rolled out across Liverpool

Immedicare, an innovative telemedicine service connecting medical specialists with care home residents via video link, has now been rolled out across 55 of the city’s care homes.

Group opens 12th luxury home

Professor Martin Green, chief executive of Care England, joined Rivermede Court’s general manager, Libby Barrett, to officially open the new £8 million Egham-based luxury care home, which will offer residential, dementia and respite care.