Brook House Care Home enjoyed a week of celebrations as part of Care Home Open Week. The residents and team started the week off with a trip to their local Saracens Head Bar & Hotel.
Rachel and her team looked after us and even endured our singing! On our way back we took the opportunity to speak to passers-by about our first charity quiz night, which was held later in the week. We had a lovely afternoon listening to live music from ‘Chris the piano man’.
The following day our residents went on a trip to ‘The Ritz’ for afternoon tea. Our fantastic Chef and his team made us an assortment of cucumber sandwiches, tomato sandwiches, egg sandwiches and cheese scones. The scones were served with cream and jam and we even had some flapjack and fairy cakes to accompany the tea and coffee.
At Brook House we are very fortunate to have wonderful carers, especially Grace. Her manicures are legendary amongst the ladies at the home. Grace is always in high demand when she does her ‘Nails with Grace’.
Towards the end of the week, we all enjoyed the sounds of the 1950s and 1960s from the brilliant Diverse Sounds UK. Their disco entertained our residents, who really enjoyed singing and dancing along to the music.
To finish our wonderful week of activity for Care Home Open Week, we held our inaugural charity quiz night in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society. We had an amazing turn out, with members of the local community joining our residents and their families and our team, to make it an extremely fun night.
We would like to thank all the team for always working so hard to ensure our residents continue to live their best life at a home full of happiness and laughter with care from the heart. A special thank you to our Health and Wellbeing Team of Martin and Jenny for all their hard work, not just during Care Home Open Week, but all the time. Finally a thank you to everyone who joined us and hosted us during the week.
At Aria Care we are honoured to be a Founding Patron of Championing Social Care and are actively supporting and participating in this year’s Care Home Open Week, an initiative that connects communities and delivers a positive impact in the social care sector.
Caroline Roberts, CEO, Aria Care, shares, “We are thrilled to be a Founder Patron for Championing Social Care, and to further our ongoing commitment to supporting the social care sector.
“We firmly believe that everyone should have access to high-quality care, and we are dedicated to supporting the sector in improving standards and promoting well-being. Our participation in initiatives like Championing Social Care is a testament to this commitment.
“Our goal is to leave a lasting impact that will benefit future generations by advocating for the benefits of pursuing a career in the care sector.
“Working in care is not just a job, it’s a calling. It requires compassion, dedication, and a true desire to make a difference in the lives of others. Raising awareness about the rewards of a career in care can help attract more people to this fulfilling sector, where they can find purpose in helping others and making a positive impact on society”.
Brook House Care Home provides residential, nursing and dementia care on a permanent and short stay basis. If you are looking for a care home and want to find out more about our home call us on freephone 0808 169 8662.