We always have a great time when Ian Goddard comes to Tye Green Lodge! The residents and staff always look forward to when Ian comes to perform! #quantumcare #elderlycare #dementiacare #entertainment
Lucy our Trefoil pat dog visited our lounges looking for plenty of strokes and cuddles; she certainly put a smile on everyone’s faces. #quantumcare #elderlycare #pettherapy
Willow Court in Harpenden is proud to announce their new intergenerational initiative. They now have a new relationship with a local pre-school; this gives residents a chance to visit children in their familiar surroundings. Willow residents are invited every 3rd Friday to go out into the community and build up a relationship. The Intergenerational initiative has really benefited our residents and enhanced their social engagement and wellbeing. #intergeneration #elderlycare #quantumcare
Maria Ball having been selected as one of the new faces of the ‘Vibrant Economy’ campaign led by legal firm Grant Thornton UK
Please see the following link for an article about Quantum Care's CEO, Maria Ball having been selected as one of the new faces of the ‘Vibrant Economy’ campaign led by legal firm Grant Thornton UK. The ‘Faces’ campaign celebrates individuals who exemplify the Vibrant Economy movement by developing an economy that enables people, organisations and communities to thrive.
The carers at Jubilee Court in Stevenage pulled out all the stops to celebrate Yvonne and Albert's 60th wedding anniversary.
Throwback Thursday! Greenacres residents thoroughly enjoyed carving pumpkins for Halloween, they looked fantastic!
Quantum Care Awards Ceremony was held on Friday night at Sopwell House in St Albans and was themed Silver Wishes. Congratulations to all finalists and winners.
We were joined by the David Williams, Leader of Hertfordshire County Council. Below is an extract from his speech on the night:
Fourfields Care Home in Cheshunt had a successful book and crockery sale to raise money for resident’s amenities fund! Every little helps, thank you to everyone that supported this event. #quantumcare #elderlycare #booksale
On Sunday, 100 year old Earnest Searling from Heath House was invited to attend the Cenotaph parade in London. The former Royal Marine enlisted the day that war broke out in 1939 and served throughout the Second World War and beyond. An interview with Ernie was featured as part of the BBC1 coverage of the Parade where Ernie spoke about some of his experiences in active service. Here you can see Ernie pictured with Lieutenant Colonel Reggie Turner who pushed him in his wheelchair.