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Each month, we will be sharing a range of stories, information and opinion on topics relating to older people. We would love you to get involved in these discussions so please do log on and post your comments and questions. If you have suggestions for future blog posts, please get in touch.
Glad to Care Week is an opportunity to share some of the amazing stories of extraordinary care from our homes. Charlotte Gilbert, General Manager at Brendoncare Knightwood, recalls an emotional story from her home that shows the lengths our staff will go to, to provide the very best support to older people and their families.
Cooking for One volunteer David Higgins has been creating home cooking videos during lockdown. Here are links to all of the videos and recipes.
With more than 13 million people estimated to be providing unpaid care to a relative or friend, it may help to know that Brendoncare’s homes are still able to offer respite care at this time.
Friday 8 May 2020 marks 75 years since Nazi Germany’s formal surrender at the end of the Second World War. On VE (Victory in Europe) Day in 1945, millions took to the streets to celebrate peace after years of devastating war.
Born on 29th March 1908, Bob Weighton celebrates his 112th birthday today. He’ll be celebrating by staying at home in his apartment at Brendoncare Alton, and chatting to friends and family via Facetime.
We’ve created this page as a place to share some useful community information, resources and links that people have been passing on to us. Please feel free to share the link with anyone you know who may be self-isolating, either as a precaution or because they or someone in their household are ill.