July has been a busy month for residents across our care homes, as they celebrated milestone birthdays, a loving wedding anniversary and more! Here are some of the highlights from July:
Twinkle the cat helps Malvern resident celebrate her 95th Birthday
Muriel Castledine recently celebrated her milestone 95th birthday at Davenham care home in Malvern, where she enjoyed a one-to-one visit from her niece and nephew, gifts, cards and a delicious treat of strawberries and cream. The icing on the cake was a visit from her special feline friend, Twinkle.
Care worker’s dual role supporting residents in Hampshire
At our Alton-based care home The Lawn, Camilla Coulston’s dual role as both Activities Coordinator and Dementia Champion has helped her provide exceptional care for residents with a range of needs.
Respite stay helps resident find a new permanent home
At Redcot, our Haslemere-based residential care home, resident Zena Gay enjoyed her respite break so much, she didn’t want to leave – so she decided to make Redcot her permanent home.
Lovebirds celebrate 65th Wedding Anniversary
The team at Bernard Sunley care home in Woking helped two of its residents celebrate their very special Sapphire 65th Wedding Anniversary in July.
Alongside the happy celebrations, John and Pam also received a congratulatory card on their anniversary from Her Majesty The Queen, who is the Royal Patron of the charity.
Surprise party for Bournemouth staff member who has been with care home since 1985
In July, staff and residents at RNNH care home planned a surprise 70th birthday party for their much-loved team member Grace.
She has been working at RNNH since 1985 in the kitchen, with cakes being her speciality, and has also been volunteering for three years helping with activities for residents. Happy Birthday Grace!
A special surprise for long-time Coventry City Football Club fan
Staff at The Lawn care home love to go above and beyond to celebrate resident’s birthdays. For Brian’s milestone 90th birthday that took place in July, they surprised him with a gift of a 1970’s Coventry City FC shirt. As a long-time Coventry fan, Brian was delighted to say the least.