NOS’s guide on being kind is an essential read for all parents and children using the internet. It suggests disassociating yourself from pack mentality, learning self-empathy and how to offer help online.
Following last weeks heartfelt and touching applause that rang out across the country United Health are again proud to join in the nationwide campaign to get people to clap for everyone who is working so hard to keep us healthy; doctors, nurses; GPs; Pharmacists, Care Home staff, home carers and EVERYONE related at the front line.
Let us all show how grateful we still are for their hard work and dedication at 8pm tonight!
United Health are proud to join in the nationwide campaign to get people to clap for everyone who is working so hard to keep us healthy; doctors, nurses; GPs; Pharmacists, Care Home staff, home carers and EVERYONE related at the front line.
Let us all show how grateful we are for their hard work and dedication at 8pm tonight!
The government is asking people who have a medical condition that makes them extremely vulnerable to coronavirus to register for help during the current situation. For example, you’ll be able to ask for help getting deliveries of essential supplies like food.
If you’re not sure whether your medical condition makes you extremely vulnerable, register anyway.You can register yourself, or on behalf of someone else.
We would urge all people who feel they may fall into the category of extremely vulnerable to register on the government site.
Have you had a look at our recruitment page?
We have been delivering care to the people of the East Midlands for over 20 years. We couldn’t do this without some great staff teams.
In order to showcase job and career opportunities we have our own dedicated Careers page on Facebook that you can access here:
We’re committed to offering the best care and for that we need the best staff – might that be you?
If you are looking for a job in care then why not have a look at our page. We operate across many different care categories including elderly, learning and physical disability, mental health and children’s services.
We’re committed to developing our staff at all levels so we can offer great career opportunities.
As we bid farewell to 2019 and welcome in 2020, we want to take time to wish all our residents, staff, relatives, friends, neighbours and colleagues a very Happy New Year.
We hope that it will be a good year for you all, and that you are able to keep all the resolutions you have made!
We hope you enjoyed our posts on social media over the Christmas period, and one of our resolutions for 2020 is to make sure we keep you entertained with exciting news throughout the coming year.
If from reading our page over the last year you have any suggestions as to how we can improve our content then please do send them to us. We already have some ideas of our own….but it would be great to get some from our readers.
We look forward to hearing from you in 2020!
We would like to wish everyone a Happy Christmas and a Peaceful and Prosperous New Year.
In particular we would like to send best wishes to all our staff who are working so hard today to make sure that all our residents who need care and support have the best Christmas possible.
We would also like to send our best wishes to the many relatives and friends who also give of themselves to help support loved ones.
Wishing you all the love and light this Christmas!
Between December the 2nd and 8th this year National Grief Awareness Week will aim to raise awareness of all aspects of grief and loss on a national scale. As part of this nationwide effort to help people find support no matter what the source of their grief The Valleys will be supporting The Good Grief Trust by holding one of its Pop Up Cafes in the home. The exact date has yet to be fixed, but we will announce it soon.
The purpose of the Good Grief Pop Up Café is to offer an umbrella of support in local communities and raise awareness of the Trust’s online database which unites bereavement services across the country. The Trust provides both the bereaved and bereavement specialists, a way to connect with their local communities and by sharing stories, can hopefully help each other find a way forward.
We hope to be able to attract a large number of people to our Pop UP Cafe and will be liaising with the Trust for its organisation. If you have been bereaved, no matter how long ago, and are still finding it difficult then the Cafe event may well offer you a chance to meet people who might be going through something similar or perhaps others who can lend support and advice.
We hope to make the event something the home can be proud of and more importantly that helps people in need. If it proves successful it is something that we could had on a regular basis during the year, to provide on going support.
Watch this space for details and we hope as many as possible will come along.
United Health is delighted to be able to support the Sleaford RUFC Under 13s as their kit sponsor.
The picture shows them taking part in the Peterborough Rugby Club Festival of Rugby last month.
We think they look great in their kit and they certainly enjoyed taking part in the festival. We hope to bring you more about their results and fixtures in the future.
Normally Helena is a nice quiet 😉 member of staff, conscientiously managing the payroll of the company and all its staff.
However, today if you want to get paid, you’re going to need to deal with a completely different beast!
Have to say we’re liking the look here in Lincoln!