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Celebrating Social Care During Care Home Open Week

We’re celebrating the wonderful awareness raising event that is called Care Home Open Week during 28th June to the 4th of July.

Unfortunately this event will be virtual due toCovid-19, but it won’t stop Belmont Healthcare celebrating the positive impact social care has on peoples’ lives.

Care Home Open Week is about reminding people that the care homes in every community arefilled with unique, intelligent and charming characters, and run by special people that do care. Previously Care Home Open Day, this year’s event, spread over a week will allow care homes to host one event or several at a time that works for them. 

Adam Hutchison, Managing Director at Belmont Healthcare says:  “In the spirit of celebrating everything that is great about social care our social media will be taken over for the week promoting the event with the hashtag #carehomeopenweek and sharing with you what it is we like so much about social care. We very much hope you can join in by sharing and commenting on our posts.

“We’ll also be sharing two very special interviews between Ina who lives at Haslington Lodge Care Home and Activities Coordinator Tracey.

Ina takes on the role of Michael Parkinson to question Tracey about what it is she likes about working in care. It’s not to be missed!”

Don’t miss the interviews; they’ll be on the Belmont Healthcare Facebook page on Tuesday and Thursday https://www.facebook.com/belmonthealthcare .

Belmont Healthcare offers multiple forms of long or short, respite and day care, or at home care for those in need of support.  Specialising in enhanced care and support of older people, care is also offered for those living with Dementia and other life changing conditions such as Parkinson’s disease. Our homes are perfectly situated in delightful settings around the UK and provide a very homely atmosphere whilst being safe and secure making the people we care for feel right at home.