Good news stories and innovation from the homecare sector – Early February 2021

Here are some of the good news stories and examples of innovation our members have been sharing about homecare on social media in the past few weeks. If you’d like to be featured in a future blog send in your good news stories and examples of innovation to [email protected]

Vaccinations for Gardiner’s Homecare workforce

Bluebird Care North Gloucestershire careworkers battle the elements to reach clients

Hair braiding treat for Caremark Redditch client

Westmorland Homecare careworker retires after nearly 30 years in the sector

A careworker from Kendal has retired after nearly 30 years.

Julie Eldem, 64, was a client co-ordinator at Kendal-based Westmorland Homecare, which provides hundreds of hours of care each week.

“Julie worked full-time in our reactive scheduling team, co-ordinating our home care assistants’ rotas from Grasmere to Grange-over-Sands and helping to look after people in the community 24 hours a day,” said Dr Chris Moss, one of the directors of Westmorland Homecare.

Shopping rescue for client from Helping Hands York careworker

Vaccinations for Home Instead Bedford careworkers

100th birthday for Beloved homecare client

Vaccinations for Right at Home Bishop’s Stortford and Braintree

Anniversary for Ashridge Homecare clients

Donated crocheted gifts to Three Sisters Community Careworkers

Sarah’s Carers the new sponsor of Ipswich women’s football team