Thank yous

National Carers Week, long service awards, and International Nurses Day are just some of the ways in which we say thank you at our care homes. Read our blog posts below to find out more.

A blooming lovely surprise brings lots of smiles!

Residents and team members at Houndswood House Care Home had a lovely surprise this morning when a delivery of beautiful potted flowers and orchids were delivered to our doorstep.

Our local florist, Jennylou in Radlett, very kindly donated the blooms to keep us all smiling and we would like to say a HUGE THANK YOU!

Resident Yvonne said, “What a lovely surprise. It’s so nice to know people are being kind and thinking of us.”

A week of 'thank yous' for our wonderful carers

The team at Hungerford Care Home recently had a week of 'thank you' gestures to celebrate all the hard work from our carers this Carers Week. To celebrate our Carers and thank them for their continued hard work and dedication to our residents, we put our heads together to find ways to say thank you effectively.

Saying 'thank you' for Carers Week

Team members at Westbury Court Care Home recently received creative 'thank you' gifts as part of Carers Week 2019.

Carers Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of caring. It is brought to life by thousands of individuals and organisations who come together to organise activities and events throughout the UK, drawing attention to just how important caring is.

International Nurses Day at Westbury Court Care Home

On Saturday 12th May, our residents at Westbury Court Care Home helped our nurses celebrate International Nurses Day by presenting them with heartfelt gifts to say thank you.

Residents presented all of the nurses with flower planters that they had made especially for them to add to the sentiment of the gift.

The nurses were thrilled that everyone took the time to appreciate their hard work and to be recognised for it.

Bella Fashion visits Uplands Care Home

On Thursday 19th October Uplands Care Home invited Bella Fashion to visit their home so that the residents could buy some new clothes for themselves. They brought a wide selection of different types of clothes for the residents to peruse at their leisure.

Residents, relatives and team members were all invited to come along for the retail therapy session. They were all extremely happy with the choice and enjoyed the day – nearly everyone bought something for themselves and some even got some of their Christmas shopping done.