Managers from Aria Care were invited to Home of Compassion to be part of the unveiling of the group’s new vision and values.
Our new values will enable us to achieve our vision, to be the leading care home company, recognised for our exceptional quality of care, innovative services, and compassionate approach.
Caroline Roberts, CEO of Aria Care, commented, ” Every single one of our team makes a difference, no matter what the role, Aria Care and all our communities would not exist without our people – they make it happen every day. Which is why our new vision and values were driven by our team and the residents, making them key in achieving our vision.
“Our ultimate goal remains providing exceptional care to residents, enriching their lives daily communities.”
Aria Care’s new approach will enable our communities to be the leading care provider and employer of choice.
Paul Fenech, Manager at Home of Compassion said “We’re excited to continue to live and breathe the values of Aria within our community. For us, everything we do is centred around caring from the heart.”
The lunch included a range of BBQ food and drink prepared by the talented Aria catering team, including Spanish style chicken, fresh sea bass, marinated halloumi skewers as well as a selection of salads and desserts.
The residents were welcomed to join the festivities, and guests were entertained by local jazz singer, Peter Savizon, who had everyone singing and dancing.
Amidst the celebrations, David, a resident at Home of Compassion, was surprised with a homemade birthday cake for his upcoming 92nd birthday.
The event was sponsored by Shackletons Ltd furniture for care homes and senior living, Brakes Foodservice, EF-group menu management solutions, and Addleshaw Goddard law firm.