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.
Over the weekend we celebrated Niall’s birthday. His parents and his twin brother came and spent time having fun in the Hydro Pool. They then went out for a well earned lunch and topped the day off by sharing Niall’s Birthday Cake.
Katy, James and Flo thought they would join in the fun in the pool, and had a great time splashing around listening to their favourite music tapes.
A lovely thing to have a warm pool in the depths of Winter – think the staff enjoyed themselves too!
Our lovely member of staff Karen hasn’t been too well lately so we thought we would go and visit her at her home.
Callum and Sarah went along and she invited us to stay for lunch. She put on an amazing spread with lots of goodies. We had a really lovely day and we thought how well Karen was looking.
We can’t wait until she is well enough to come back to work as everyone misses having her around.
Thanks for a lovely day Karen!
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!
Christmas Day was really fantastic Woodview this year – we had an amazing time.
Florence had so many gifts to open she didn’t know where to start. Sarah was so happy with her gifts – especially the Baileys, her favourite tipple!
Katy looked amazing in her new outfit and was so happy walking around like a model waiting for her Mum to come.
James thought his gifts were great and could not stop laughing all day.
Callum was excited opening his presents and couldn’t wait for his Dad to come and take him out for a few hours to see his family.
We are sure that Lauren and Rebecca also had lovely days being spoilt rotten with their families.
Christmas lunch at Woodview was fit for a King – big thank you to Tracey. We also had a buffet tea and what a spread it was.
Everyone will be back to Woodview now and far from the partying being over….we will be doing it all again New Years Day! That’s after this week’s trips to see the panto Dick Whittington – can’t wait.
Over the last couple of weeks our bestie Eve has been rather poorly in hospital – so we are sending her all our love and best wishes and are missing her loads – we can’t wait for her to get well and come home.
Alice and all the staff at Woodview would like to take this opportunity to thank the relatives of Woodview for their wonderful Christmas gifts – it was really very kind of you all.
We hope everyone enjoys the rest of the holiday season and we wish you all the best for 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!
So what do you do when the skies are grey, and the rain is soaking everything.
Clearly not a stroll in the park…however weather has never stopped us getting out and about – we just take our fun indoors.
Which is exactly what our ladies did this week when they went ten pin bowling at the Sheffield Entertainment centre. It was a close run contest between them all but eventually Sarah turned out to be the winner.
Lots of fun had whilst we wait for some dry days to go on more trips and adventures.