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Disabled children can toilet with dignity and improved hygiene with the latest offering from Clos-o-Mat

Disabled children can toilet with dignity and improved hygiene with the latest offering from Clos-o-Mat

Disabled children can toilet with dignity and improved hygiene with the latest offering from Clos-o-Mat.   The UK’s leading supplier of toileting aids for the disabled has developed a bespoke clip-on version of the innovative Rifton Hygiene & Toileting System (HTS), enabling the seat to be used with Clos-o-Mat’s Palma Vita wash & dry toilet. […]

19th May 2017 | By | Reply More
A talent for knitting helps Scunthorpe babies

A talent for knitting helps Scunthorpe babies

Specialist care home Goldcrest House residents visit the Neonatal intensive care unit at Scunthorpe Hospital to present a very special gift of hand knitted hats to the nurses who care for sick and preterm babies in the district.   Handmade by service users at Goldcrest House during a weekly therapeutic craft session, over 50 knitted hats […]

6th December 2016 | By | Reply More
Mary Poppins comes to Manchester residential care home

Mary Poppins comes to Manchester residential care home

Simon Daulby The TV show ‘Four In A Bed’ which has B&B owners from around the country competing to be named ‘best value for money’ has inspired the manager of a Manchester residential care home to engage her staff in a fun new way of delivering quality care.   Emma Jarrett, who manages Manchester-based Homeleigh, […]

7th November 2016 | By | Reply More
Care worker awarded for work with young person with special needs

Care worker awarded for work with young person with special needs

Zahir Adbul, care and support worker with home care provider Caremark (Oldham & Tameside) has been presented with a Runners-up award from POINT, Oldham’s parent /carer forum.  The POINT organisation supports families of children and young people with disabilities and additional needs from ages 0-25 who live in or access services in Oldham. The family […]

21st December 2015 | By | Reply More
Surrey specialist care provider launches exercise initiative

Surrey specialist care provider launches exercise initiative

‘Press-ups in the park’ is the latest initiative to encourage a group of young people with special needs from Redhill, Surrey to keep in trim.   The fine autumn weather has allowed the group – who all live at Ambleside Lodge residential care home – to work-out in the open air.   The idea is […]

15th December 2015 | By | Reply More
Specialist care provider plans to develop Therapeutic Learning Centre for young people in Bradford

Specialist care provider plans to develop Therapeutic Learning Centre for young people in Bradford

Specialist care provider plans to develop Therapeutic Learning Centre in Bradford, on the site of a former care home for elderly people. Witherslack Group operates in excess of 20 schools, children’s homes and integrated children’s homes and learning centre facilities across the UK. The Group are delighted to announce plans to develop a new Integrated Therapeutic […]

29th September 2015 | By | Reply More
Moving in the right direction

Moving in the right direction

Going to the toilet is one of the most ‘dangerous’ activities in and out of the home1, for user and carer. Many of the incidents and falls could be avoided, and the user’s independence, dignity and control over their life enhanced, by use of appropriate aids.   To help meet those objectives, and deliver best […]

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