From Domestic Assistant, to Senior Carer, to Clinical Lead Nurse, to Intermediate Care Support Manager | Craig Priestley’s career progression with Four Seasons Health CareNurse
It is great when we hear stories of amazing career progression from our dedicated colleagues. A remarkable example of this is Craig Priestley. Craig started in a support role, found his passion for care and through hard work and determination qualified as a Nurse in 2016. Since then Craig hasn’t slowed down! Here is his story:
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.”
Why Care? | Our residents’ families share their appreciation of our care team #Winter #WarmersHealth Care Career Insights
Working in health care is not an easy job, and some days it might feel like a thankless job. You may have noticed that we regularly share feedback from our homes in a feature called #MondayMotivation on social media. Reading these posts every Monday is a true testament to the hard work and dedication of our care teams. The feedback warms the heart and we thought we would share just some of the beautiful comments our care teams have received over the past month:
A member of the Four Seasons Health Care family | Caring beyond the care home #Winter #WarmersHealth Care Career Insights
Our very first Winter Warmer showed you a video of why our colleagues chose a career in health care. There is an extremely important aspect of working in a care home setting that is unique, and which was missed when putting this video together; the most important people in our resident’s lives - their loved ones.
Age UK Report: Identifying, understanding and supporting loneliness in elderly care | How health care professionals can make a differenceHealth Care Best Practice
In the blog we take a look at the research conducted by Age UK during their inspiring “No one should have no one” campaign, and what we can learn as professionals working in elderly health care.
Working in nursing and residential care | When it comes to relationships there are no conditionsCare Home Life
We here at Four Seasons Health Care travelled across the UK to speak with our Nurses, CHAPs, Carers, Home Managers and Support staff to find out why they do what they do, and what they love about what they do. The consistent answer was for our residents and the relationships they form with them…