There are a lot of misconceptions and assumptions when it comes to people’s ideas about being a Care Assistant. In reality, if you’re asking ‘What’s it like to be a Care Assistant’ then some of the stereotypes are completely wrong and others are very true. We’re not going to sugar coat it, it’s hard work
Bright Dawn Home Care have enjoyed hosting a cupcake day for Alzheimer’s Society today. Kayleigh and Eva have worked hard to sell the cupcakes and have raised a healthy amount for the charity 🙂 #CupcakeDay #Alzheimer’ssociety
Bright Dawn Home Care celebrated their oldest client’s, Irene Essex,100th birthday on 18th January 2018. Irene said she enjoys living independently in her own home and this is only possible due to the support of her family and Sue Brewer her Bright Dawn Home Care caregiver.
On 29th September 2017 Bright Dawn Home Care hosted a Macmillan Coffee Morning to raise money for the charity. The event was a big success, many Care Workers, Office staff, Clients, families and friends joined us from 9am-1pm for singing, dancing, live music, and of course tea and cake! One of our Senior Care workers
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia. The word dementia describes a set of symptoms that can include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. These symptoms occur when the brain is damaged by certain diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease. This year Bright Dawn Home Care team will be getting together for
Bright Dawn home care has been providing a quality home care service for adults and the elderly in the Solihull Borough since 2008. Based on Tracy’s struggle to find good quality home care for her father, she has decided to dedicate her career to assist those in need of extra help and to maintain their
Bright Dawn Home Care’s Junior Manager ‘ Samantha Greenwood’ was invited by the CQC events organiser to attend the ‘Quality Matters’ Live Launch. Samantha Greenwood attended with Office Manager Katy Brockington The event was to launch a new initiative- “Quality matters”- that sets out a determined and shared vision on how quality care and support can
Make May Purple for stroke, is the Stroke Association’s annual stroke awareness month, which takes place every May. Friends, families and communities are invited to show their support for people who have been affected by Stroke. Across the UK more than a million people are rebuilding their lives after stroke, and the number of