Alison Richards, PAL at The Cedars and Larches, crowned 'Personal Activities Lead Champion' | Four Seasons Care AwardsHealth Care Career Insights
Alison Richards, Personal Activities Leader at The Cedars and Larches Care Home in Ilkeston has been crowned Personal Activities Lead Champion at the Four Seasons Care Awards.
Sharon Smith crowned 'Home Manager of the Year' | Four Seasons Care AwardsHealth Care Career Insights
Sharon Smith, Home Manager at Langley Park Care Home in Langley Park has been crowned ‘Home Manager of the Year’ at the Four Seasons Care Awards. The award Sharon has won commends her for how she continues to make a difference and provide special resident experiences on a daily basis, whilst ensuring the efficient day to day running of Langley Park.
Debra Davison, Dementia Unit Manager crowned 'Dementia Care Champion' | Four Seasons Care AwardsHealth Care Career Insights
Debra Davison, Dementia Unit Manager at Highfield Hall Care Home in Rossendale has been crowned ‘Dementia Care Champion’ at the Four Seasons Care Awards. The award Debra has won commends her passion for providing outstanding dementia care and how she has gone the extra mile to make a difference and provide special experiences for our residents who live with dementia.
Sian Plant, Care Home Assistant Practitioner crowned 'CHAP of the Year' | Four Seasons Care AwardsHealth Care Career Insights
Sian Plant, Care Home Assistant Practitioner (CHAP) at Balmoral Care Home in Sheffield has been crowned Care Home Assistant Practitioner of the Year at the Four Seasons Care Awards.
Leanne Pennyfather crowned "Regional and Central Support Team Member of the Year" | Four Seasons Care AwardsHealth Care Career Insights
Leanne Pennyfather, Personal Assistant to the South East of England has been crowned ‘Regional and Central Support Team Member of the Year’ at the first Four Seasons Care Awards.
Four Seasons Health Care | What is the Care Home Nursing Journal (CNJ)?Health Care Best Practice
You may have noticed that several of our ‘Best Practice’ articles refer to Four Seasons Health Care’s very own Care Home Nursing Journal (CNJ). But what is the CNJ? Who is it for? And, what will you find there? For those who don’t know, here is all you need to know about our award winning publication:
Four Seasons Health Care Preceptorship Training Programme | Empowering our newly qualified Nurse PractitionersNurse
The beginning of a newly qualified Nurse practitioner's career can be a perplexing stage. Initial experiences can mould them into the Nurse they will become. To guarantee the best possible start for newly qualified Nurses and health professionals, a structured and valuable preceptorship programme is vital.
From end of life care to returning home | Irene’s incredible journey to recovery | A story of hope, strength and determinationCare Home Life
Irene story highlights how our care teams can truly make a difference to peoples' lives. Jacqui Hodgson, Regional Manager comments: “This is a fantastic story and just goes to show the dedication and compassion given by you and your staff. It is a testament to your leadership skills and the quality of care you expect your residents to receive. Really well done – I am so proud of all of you.”
What are your ambitions for palliative care? | A call to action for care homesHealth Care Best Practice
In Volume 1, Issue 1 of the Care Home Nursing Journal (CNJ) Dr Sarah Russell, Head of Research and Clinical Innovation Hospice UK, discusses care home ambitions for palliative care. Sarah calls for care homes to define their goals for palliative care. Why? Because the environment we work in is changing.
EU Nursing and IELTS | Nurse Oana's journey from Romania to the UKEU & International Nursing
Oana tells us about her experiences’ including completing the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), why she decided to work in a care home, the relationships she has formed with her colleagues and the support she received from Four Seasons Health Care.
Our Four Seasons Health Care colleagues show their support for one another #Winter #WarmersHealth Care Career Insights
There is a very special comradery between people who work in health care which is especially present in our care homes - we are one big… prepare for it… FAMILY! This is even more apparent when we share stories of our colleagues success and read the reactions from their team members…