Good news stories and innovation from the homecare sector – Late June 2020

During this uncertain period, here are ways in which the homecare sector is responding to these unprecedented times caused by COVID-19. Here are some of the good news stories our members have been sharing on social media. If you’d like to be featured in a future “Good news stories and innovation” blog please email [email protected]

64th wedding anniversary for Caremark Redditch clients

Jigsaw challenges for clients of Guinness Care

To help ease the boredom during lockdown a member of staff from Guinness Care has come up with a brilliant idea to keep residents in Exeter, Tiverton and Willand, entertained.

After getting a positive response from the clients, carer Chloe asked the local community, via Facebook, if they had any old jigsaw puzzles they would like to donate and she received 30 in the first week.  More followed and now she has over 100 puzzles taking over her spare room and car boot!

Andrew George from Exeter said: “It’s been fantastic having these puzzles to do, especially in the evenings. I find them relaxing.”

Gifts for clients of Helping Hands Watford

97th birthday at Right at Home Bromley

Plant restored for Bluebird Care North Hants client

Care worker from Village Support Services raises over £2.6k for Care Workers Charity

Care worker Fran raised over £2.6k for the Care Workers Charity after having her head shaved.

Hairdresser gifts for Home Instead Glasgow North client

Gardening donations for Radfield Home Care Bexhill, Hastings and Battle

The Great Dixter Nursery has donated a range of plants to Radfield Home Care Bexhill, Hastings and Battle for their gardening club.

Goody bags for Kare Plus Norwich staff

Cakes for Cera Care Wiltshire staff

Applause for Oakhouse Foods delivery driver

A delivery driver from UKHCA commercial members Oakbouse Foods received some applause from the public on his rounds. See the video below: