The Importance of Mentoring with Helen Barr

Throughout January, we have been exploring how mentorship holds the power to shape us into the people we become in both our personal and professional lives. This led us into... Read more

Reflecting on LGBT+ History Month: Creating Inclusive Spaces

  2022 marks half a century since the first Pride march in 1972 that took place in London. In the time that has passed since, activists have protested their rights... Read more

Breaking the Bias with Sheila Johnson

International Women's Day is a day to celebrate the exceptional strengths and endurance of women throughout years of gender inequality, and their remarkable achievements despite what they are up against.... Read more

Spread the Kindess This Christmas

Our central support team in Bristol recently spent an evening giving out homemade bags filled with winter essentials to the homeless community living in Bristol this Christmas. We partneredwith #PizzaExpress... Read more

The Concept of Identity

September is World Alzheimer’s Month, and today we’re honoring it by looking at the concept of identity and what this means to people living with a Dementia. Developmental psychologist, Erik... Read more

Paralympic Champion Margaret Price, MBE, Joins the Family at Hatherleigh Nursing Home

Neurologist, Sir Ludwig Guttman believed that engaging in sport was critical to the rehabilitation of people with spinal cord damage. On 29th July 1948, the same day as the Opening... Read more

Gibraltar Nursing Home: Cheese, Port & Pool – The Things that Bring Men Together

Cheese, Port & Pool Camaraderie is something we usually associate with workplaces, sports clubs, or the military. It is the trust between a group of individuals who are usually uniting... Read more

Sundial Care Home: Smiles for National Smile Month

National Mentoring Month Ask anyone at Sundial and they will tell you the day usually starts with a smile! Whilst any of the Sundial smiles can brighten up anyone’s day,... Read more

Edenmore Nursing Home: International Nurses Day – Tina

As 12th May marks International Nurses Day, we thought we would take the opportunity to share the story of one of our own fantastic nurses at Edenmore. Tina, who has... Read more

Identity & Occupation: The Role Life History Has on a Journey with Dementia.

As people, we have our own preferences and experiences of life, such as where we have worked, or the place we call home. Even the little things are important; how... Read more