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Royal Star & Garter Homes’ resident shares his story for Armed Forces Day

Royal Star & Garter Homes’ resident shares his story for Armed Forces Day

  Armed Forces Day is an opportunity to honour the bravery and commitment of British Service personnel both past and present. At this time, we think of the veterans cared for by The Royal Star & Garter Homes and share their stories of sacrifice and courage. One soldier, Stephen, was just 19 when he was […]

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Growing complex care provider appoints new HR director

Growing complex care provider appoints new HR director

COMPLEX care provider Badby Park Group has appointed Diana Nash as its new Human Resources Director. Diana, 58, will have a significant input into shaping the overall strategy for the business, its focus and direction and is responsible for ensuring that the group has the people and the talent to support an exciting period of […]

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Bramley Health opens new rehabilitation centre

Bramley Health opens new rehabilitation centre

Increased demand for specialist care and a dedicated care pathway has led to Bramley Health further enhancing its provision with the opening of a new all-female rehabilitation ward at The Langford Centre in Bexhill-on-Sea.   Balmoral is an 11 bed facility providing specialist in-patient care for women with complex mental health needs.  It will open […]

21st September 2016 | By | Reply More
Care home OT chosen to present at The Hague

Care home OT chosen to present at The Hague

AN OCCUPATIONAL therapist from Daventry has been chosen to present to an elite group of scientists from around the world at The Hague in The Netherlands later this month.   Kirsty Page from Badby Park, a local care home for adults with complex needs, specialises in working with Huntington’s Disease and has been asked to […]

2nd September 2016 | By | Reply More
New care unit to benefit older patients

New care unit to benefit older patients

A facility to improve care for older people and speed up hospital discharge times has been opened on the George Eliot Hospital site which serves North Warwickshire, South West Leicestershire and North Coventry. Arbury Lodge, run by Sanctuary Care, will support people who are able to leave hospital wards, but need on-going assessment of their […]

28th June 2016 | By | Reply More
Mental health rehabilitation service receives positive CQC support

Mental health rehabilitation service receives positive CQC support

Glenhurst Lodge, a mental health rehabilitation service in Maidstone, has received an overwhelmingly positive report from the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The home, operated by Bramley Health, is meeting the requirements set out by the regulator to provide a good standard of care for its service users. The CQC report result is determined by safety, […]

24th June 2016 | By | Reply More
Bramley Health opens new rehabilitation centre

Bramley Health opens new rehabilitation centre

Bramley Health has launched a new all-female rehabilitation ward at The Langford Centre in Bexhill-on-Sea.   Balmoral will be an 11 bed facility providing specialist in-patient care for women with complex mental health needs.   The facility is designed for women with long-term psychiatric conditions that are affecting their ability to function independently.   Balmoral […]

13th June 2016 | By | Reply More
RNHA backs National Audit Office call for radical changes to help tackle delayed hospital discharges

RNHA backs National Audit Office call for radical changes to help tackle delayed hospital discharges

Nursing homes can play a key role in helping hospitals discharge older patients as soon as they no longer need acute treatment, the Registered Nursing Home Association (RNHA) said today.   Responding to a recent National Audit Office (NAO) report, RNHA chief executive officer Frank Ursell called on the NHS to work more systematically with […]

6th June 2016 | By | Reply More
Third sector innovation offers solution to looming NHS ‘bed blocking’ crisis

Third sector innovation offers solution to looming NHS ‘bed blocking’ crisis

The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman report published a few weeks ago hit the headlines when it raised the spectre of vulnerable patients being sent home from hospital, alone and helpless, many unprepared to fend for themselves again following injury or illness.   The report pulled no punches: It said some families had been left […]

2nd June 2016 | By | Reply More
New showroom for all involved in selection of assistive technology for personal care

New showroom for all involved in selection of assistive technology for personal care

A new resource to enable all involved in selection of assistive technology for personal care has opened its doors.   Clos-o-Mat, Britain’s leading supplier of disabled toilet solutions, is behind the new showroom in Manchester. It brings together in one location all the equipment needed to deliver optimum independence for people who need the help […]

19th April 2016 | By | Reply More
Good things come in Small Packages

Good things come in Small Packages

For a Buckinghamshire pensioner, small is beautiful, especially when it applies to her loo!   The installation of her Clos-o-Mat Palma Vita wash and dry toilet has, she says, been a Red Letter Day that has changed her life for the better.   To put it in context, Claire Evans worked until she was in […]

18th April 2016 | By | Reply More
Huntingdon £2million inpatient rehabilitation scheme opens

Huntingdon £2million inpatient rehabilitation scheme opens

Papworth Trust Opens First Rehabilitation Centre to Ease Bed Blocking Crisis & Increase Independent Living A £2 million residential scheme designed to ease the growing bed-blocking crisis in hospitals across Huntingdon has officially been opened in Papworth Everard.   The innovative inpatient rehabilitation has been delivered by Papworth Trust, the leading charity for disabled and […]

9th February 2016 | By | Reply More
New rehabilitation model will benefit specialist spinal cord injury charity

New rehabilitation model will benefit specialist spinal cord injury charity

Leading spinal cord injury specialist, Aspire Law, a partnership between Aspire, a national spinal cord injury charity and Moore Blatch solicitors, has entered into a joint venture agreement with The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital to create a new rehabilitation model called Aspire Law Rehabilitation. Under the new venture, client’s that have sustained serious spinal cord injuries […]

22nd September 2015 | By | Reply More
Wishaw specialist hospital enhances clinical team with new consultants

Wishaw specialist hospital enhances clinical team with new consultants

The Huntercombe Group’s Murdostoun Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Neurological Care Centre has appointed Dr. Louise Reid as its new Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Dr. Alastair Weir as its new Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine.   Prior her new post, Dr. Reid worked at several different hospitals in Scotland as a clinical psychologist for NHS Lothian, focusing […]

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