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Quality, they say, is the mark of getting something right each and every time – the first time around. And, it is also fair to say, most of us involved in care will agree that using a residential care home service can be a dauting ‘first time’ experience for anyone. Hence the importance of Quality Assurance within any care service… Continue reading
In this ever changing era of technological advances and innovative health provisions, where does the traditional residential care home sector fit in? Like other supporting living facilities such as sheltered housing, home care and extra care villages, residential care homes are finding cause to modernise.
Research published by the University of East Anglia at the end of last year revealed news that local authorities may be driving up the cost of residential care home fees for privately funded service users. Continue reading
Not so much a night for “Gunpowder, Treason and Plot” but a great night for Camcorders and Fireworks in Eyeshot. Abbey House’s Guy Fawkes was a roaring success thanks to all our family and friends who came along and a special thanks to Pamela Mayeurs and our residents for letting us join in with the festivities.
Now that British Summer time has officially ended and the UK has begun making its way towards those darker nights and, much more excitingly, those memorable lamp light evening’s spent indoors, care homes in East Sussex will no doubt all be asking the same question this winter…Read on to find out more. Continue reading