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Carer Gemma gets Creative as Coordinator - Park House, Bulwell

 

Carer Gemma Crookes moves on to take the activities role at Park House and engages the residents making 'Dream Catchers''this really took their interest' said Gemma and residents that dont always want to participate did for this' and the residents are now  looking forward to Card Making.

 

Pictured below, a brave Gemma with the snake visitor from Zoo Lab.

 

Crafting is very popular here at Park House and we know it is very good for interaction and a great stimulus which helps keep an active mind. Also residents are producing something which gives them satisfaction too. 

Lady residents concentrating and selecting to get their cards right.

Next week we are going on a walk to Bulwell with four of our residents 'we do need relatives to participate so that we can continue doing these outings' Gemma said

Cookie decorating is popular, but on my first try, Gemma tells us, we had a slight mishap as cook had made cakes to be decorated the previous day, and they got eaten as part of tea by accident. Cook to the rescue and a large extra batch were made for decorating .... Picture right Gemma in splendid cooks hat!

 Zoo lab was a popular afternoon with visitors comprising; a snake, tarantula, millipede, lizard, a delightful cockroach and a snail. The residents were marvellously brave, but there was concern for the cockroach as John has a habit of suddenly clapping his hands very vigorously!

We are pleased to say that cocky lives on to thrill many more residents!

 

 

 

A visit to the local Weatherspoon's is one of resident's favourite trips, our nearest one is really welcoming and staff make an effort securing a special area to accommodate us when we visit.

 

It is good we can get out localy and feel part of the community, that is a real benefit of Park House's location.

 

There's always something happening at Park House and staff make a real effort to engage the residents and make this a   home for them.

 

 

Posted on 24 Sep 2019
Care Assistants Needed Urgently, Belle Vue Lodge Mapperley

There are a number of care openings available, especially if you have experience of working with the elderly; We are currently looking for  several Care Assistants to join the Belle Vue Team.

Caring roles include; assisting our residents with their personal care and hygene needs, bathing, dressing and undressing, ensuring optimum independence, dignity and respect of individuals.

 

Other duties include;  

  • Assisting residents with restricted mobility to move to dining areas & other communal areas for social activities or to the privacy of their rooms at their request.
  • Serving meals and beverages, encouraging and assisting residents with eating.

Senior Carers are able to use their skills further to enhance the well-being of our residents, making sure their physical, emotional and social needs are met and take on more responsibility.

You should be  supportive and friendly & work as part of a team. With a caring, considerate and patient attitude, it is essential that you are approachable and reliable.

 
Good Rates of Pay and a stable long term position are offered for our carers.
 
Apply now by sending your CV to  recruitment@eastgatecare.co.uk
 

Modern purpose built care homes, all uniquely decorated, making a pleasant working environment;

 

Offering care for over 28years; Eastgate currently has 5 Homes in the East Midlands.

With a central head office in Nottingham and our own training facilities, we offer support and progression for our 'family' of  over 300 staff.

We are proud to offer a safe secure, long or short term, home location for our residents and a pleasant working environment for our staff.

 

Posted on 03 Jul 2019
Lovely words of Thanks to Commend Staff at Canal Vue, Ilkeston

 

Posted on 16 May 2019
New Recruitment Strategy as Residents aid Staff Selection

 

Posted on 21 Mar 2019
Wanted, Care Assistants at Popular Belle Vue, Mapperley, NG3

 

Posted on 06 Dec 2018

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