Hilda Coles House in Bridgwater was treated to an impromptu Easter Bonnet Parade over the Easter weekend. The bonnets were the results of the tenant’s fine effort during a weekend arts & crafts work shop put on by the Way Ahead Care staff team in the scheme. Providing social interaction and activities are all part and parcel of the Extra Care Housing offer, creating and sustaining a vibrant community within the scheme.
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It was eyes down at Lodge Close Extra Care Housing Scheme as ‘The Monumental Quiz’ took place yesterday. The quiz was organised by staff and tenants to help raise money for the National Trust, and their plans to renovate Wellington Monument. The National Trust began caring for Wellington Monument in 1934. Since that time it has needed careful renovation every 10 to 15 years, an expensive and unsustainable process given its height. To perform a full repair, returning the monument
Easter Feedback for Hilda Coles House. We always welcome feedback with regards to the services we provide. We especially like to receive the feedback that was posted on Way Ahead Care’s Facebook page over the Easter weekend regarding the staff at the Hilda Coles House, Extra Care Housing Scheme in Bridgwater. Hilda Coles house is one of 7 Extra Care Housing Schemes (ECH’s) that Way Ahead Care supports throughout Taunton Deane and Sedgemoor. ECH’s are complexes of either self contained
We are very pleased announced that our Bath office has been rated as GOOD by the Care Quality Commission as a result of its recent inspection. We have achieved GOOD in all areas of the inspection which has resulted in an overall GOOD rating. To read the report in full please click here. Social Care, understandably, is heavily regulated and we are very pleased that all our efforts to provide a safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led service have been
The Wellington Monument can be seen from almost anywhere in the town. Way Ahead Care has been providing care in Wellington since 1994 and are pleased to be helping the National Trust raise the much needed funds to renovate the Monument it its former glory. The National Trust began caring for Wellington Monument in 1934. Since that time it has needed careful renovation every 10 to 15 years, an expensive and unsustainable process given its height. To perform a