Tag: Bluebird Care

Dedicated care staff recognised for commitment and long service

Dedicated care staff recognised for commitment and long service

During February a home care provider in Exeter and East Devon Bluebird Care, celebrated and recognised its staff for their achievements and service milestones.   The care provider acknowledges how lucky they are to retain knowledgeable and highly skilled staff in such a competitive industry that traditionally has a high staff turnover rate.   The […]

26th February 2016 | By | Reply More
Bluebird Care awards Exeter based charity with £500 grant

Bluebird Care awards Exeter based charity with £500 grant

Bluebird Care, an Exeter and East Devon based home care agency have awarded a grant of £500 to the Soundwaves Music Project to enable them to purchase new musical instruments so they can continue providing music activities and help unlock the creative potential for adults with and without learning difficulties. Bluebird Care opened in Exeter […]

25th November 2015 | By | Reply More
Bluebird Care Exeter and East Devon announces expansion of its Live-In Care Service

Bluebird Care Exeter and East Devon announces expansion of its Live-In Care Service

Bluebird Care Exeter and East Devon, a brank of national provider of care in the home have recently announced the appointment of Sophia Rolfe into an exciting new role of Live-In Care Service Manager. Reporting into Bluebird Care Exeter and East Devon’s Director William Flint, Rolfe (pictured) will be responsible for overseeing and supporting the […]

21st October 2015 | By | Reply More
Older people in South Gloucestershire set to benefit from Community Grant

Older people in South Gloucestershire set to benefit from Community Grant

A home care provider has re-opened its Community Grant scheme – a sum of money that could benefit any local group in South Gloucestershire working with older people. Bluebird Care South Gloucestershire opened its office in Chipping Sodbury almost two years ago, and ever since has been working hard to support other organisations in the community. […]

26th August 2015 | By | Reply More
Community Grant Awarded to Local Parkinson’s Support Group

Community Grant Awarded to Local Parkinson’s Support Group

Bluebird Care, an Exeter and East Devon based home care agency have awarded a grant of £500 to the East Devon Parkinson’s Support Group to support them in the running of their weekly exercise classes for Parkinson’s sufferers.   The home care agency awarded the Community Grant to the Support Group after receiving several applications […]

14th August 2015 | By | Reply More
Home care company doubles its growth

Home care company doubles its growth

A Swindon-based care at home company has doubled its customer base in six months and is looking for more staff to help meet growing demand.   Bluebird Care Swindon, which has been operating since October 2011, now looks after more than 100 people.   Ben Curtis, Bluebird Care Swindon managing director, said the growth was […]

27th July 2015 | By | Reply More
Bluebird Care Exeter & East Devon launch a new Community Grant Scheme

Bluebird Care Exeter & East Devon launch a new Community Grant Scheme

eatured Bluebird Care Exeter & East Devon launch a new Community Grant Scheme The Bluebird Care Grant scheme has been created to provide local community and volunteer groups much needed funds so they can continue to perform the fantastic work they do. William and Sara Flint, Directors of Bluebird Care – Exeter and East Devon, […]

10th June 2015 | By | Reply More
Bluebird Care York responds to Unison survey findings

Bluebird Care York responds to Unison survey findings

A recent study published UNISON has said homecare staff are receiving inadequate training and putting patients at risk. Nicola Walden, director at Bluebird Care York, offers the following response: Bluebird Care York, the homecare agency, is proud to announce that in a recent staff survey 100% of respondents said they were happy with training they […]

28th April 2015 | By | Reply More
Quality care should be top priority for election debate

Quality care should be top priority for election debate

A care provider based in Chipping Sodbury is keen to see the provision of good quality homecare as one of the major topical issues at the forthcoming General Election.   Bluebird Care South Gloucestershire specialise in offering personal, tailor made care and support to older people living in their own homes.   “It’s essential that […]

7th April 2015 | By | Reply More
Lunch club awarded Bluebird Care Community Grant

Lunch club awarded Bluebird Care Community Grant

A lunch club in Filton has been awarded the first ever Bluebird Care Community Grant.   Chipping Sodbury-based Bluebird Care opened its doors 18 months ago, and ever since has been working hard to support other organisations across South Gloucestershire, as well as providing a daily care service to local people.     Jack Whitfield, […]

17th February 2015 | By | Reply More
Quality care is top priority for new Bluebird Care staff

Quality care is top priority for new Bluebird Care staff

One of South Gloucestershire’s most popular homecare organisations has recruited new staff to meet the demand of their rising number of customers.   Bluebird Care South Gloucestershire, who employ over 25 local people, has appointed Louise Brookman as their new supervisor, whilst Michelle Gynn has taken up the role of care coordinator.   They’ll be […]

13th November 2014 | By | Reply More
Bluebird Care continues to take fight to dementia with second community cafe

Bluebird Care continues to take fight to dementia with second community cafe

Thanks to one care provider in Hounslow, the fight against dementia, isolation and loneliness, particularly among the elderly, continues with the second of their informal community cafes on November 7th.   Bluebird Care, who specialise in providing care and support to the elderly and those who suffer with dementia, launched a new monthly community cafe […]

24th October 2014 | By | Reply More
Elderly supported to stay at home longer

Elderly supported to stay at home longer

Thanks to one local homecare organisation, elderly people who need around-the-clock care no longer have to spend their life savings on moving into a residential home. Bluebird Care has introduced a new live-in-care initiative, where staff will live with customers, sometimes for up to five weeks at a time. Linday O’Brien who spent a number […]

10th October 2014 | By | Reply More
Chocolate cake in Yate goes down well for Older People’s Day

Chocolate cake in Yate goes down well for Older People’s Day

Older members of the community enjoyed tea, coffee and delicious chocolate cake in Yate last Tuesday as part of the national Older People’s Day Celebrations.   Bluebird Care, homecare provider of personal quality care in the home in South Gloucestershire, sponsored the afternoon which was hosted by popular local charity, the Golden Oldies.   The […]

3rd October 2014 | By | Reply More
Bluebird Care’s global home care network expands

Bluebird Care’s global home care network expands

The US parent company of Bluebird Care, one of the UK’s fastest-growing home care providers, is set to expand with the acquisition of an Australian-based provider.   Caring Brands International Inc. today acquired Just Better Care, a Sydney-based care franchise network covering the major cities in Australia. Just Better Care joins Interim Healthcare and Bluebird […]

1st October 2014 | By | Reply More
Come and celebrate Older People’s Day in Yate

Come and celebrate Older People’s Day in Yate

Bluebird Care, the award-winning provider of personal care in the home in South Gloucestershire, is inviting the people of Yate and the surrounding area to celebrate UK Older People’s Day with an afternoon of singing, laughter and fun.   A community sing-a-long will be held with the Golden-Oldies at the Kennedy House Community Room, Kennedy […]

25th September 2014 | By | Reply More
Homecare provider becomes the first in the country to offer free companionship to all customers

Homecare provider becomes the first in the country to offer free companionship to all customers

A private care provider in Middlesex has become the first in the country to create a role that focuses on companionship for its customers.   Susan Pearson, who was previously a care worker for the recognised home care company, is now in a new role that includes visiting customers to be a shoulder or ear […]

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