Barchester care homes across the UK are celebrating Barchester’s Charitable Foundation Week (25th to 31st May) with tea parties, cake sales and a hunt for Barchy Bear, the charity’s adorable mascot.
The newly appointed Chairman of Selby District Council, Richard Sweeting, is kick-starting an initiative to create the first Dementia Friendly Council in the UK, with support from care home provider Barchester Healthcare.
The naming of Tom Bowdidge Boulevard at Barchester's new home in Colchester celebrates the friendship between Woodland View and the Tom Bowdidge Foundation and shows the care home’s commitment to supporting organisations and individuals in the local area.
Barchestercare homes across the UK are celebrating Dementia Awareness Week 2015 and raising awareness with a range of activities and events, such as dementia talks, reminiscence mornings and music therapy sessions.
Barchester Healthcare is celebrating the wonderful work its nurses do throughout the UK by giving every Barchester nurse a fob watch as a gift on International Nurses’ Day.
Care home staff, residents and guests were delighted when two local heroes, Kate Marshall and Amanda Woodcock, visited Deeping St James’ newest care facility to take part in a naming ceremony.
Staff and residents at Park View Care Home in Dagenham are proud and delighted that two members of staff reached the national finals of the Great British Care Awards 2015 and were invited to attend an awards ceremony on 24th April.
Care home staff and guests were delighted when three local heroes officially opened Burton Waters’ newest care facility, Tennyson WharfCare Home, by planting a memorial tree in the home’s garden on 22nd April.
Barchester's Charitable Foundation’s objective is to come up with practical solutions that help people become more self-sufficient and independent in their lives. This is achieved by awarding grants to people to pay for healthcare-related instruments that are often unobtainable on state funding.
Barchester Care Homes across the UK