A day trip to remember

Outings are immensely beneficial to children’s rehabilitation and development – close-up interaction with nature is always very valuable, as is the opportunity to socialise with staff, with family, and with one another.

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15 Nov 2020

Celebrating our Constitutions

Sisters Hospitallers are immersed in reviewing their constitution. They studied, prayed and reflected on its contents in an atmosphere of fraternal sharing. It was a very enriching experience at a community level. Shenstone and London communities would like to share their conclusions so far. Sr Bernardina concluded by saying ‘we call the constitution our Gospel, living the hospitality as consecrated life in the world.’

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14 Oct 2020

Claire Zehe 30 years of Service at Footherley Hall Care Home

Deputy Manager Claire Zehe celebrated an amazing 30 years of service Hall Care Home run by the Sisters Hospitallers. We honoured this very special day by presenting Claire with a card, flowers and gifts from us all. In her speech, Claire talked of how she has always been lucky here and has worked with some really good teams of staff.

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3 Sep 2020

Effects of COVID-19 pandemic in the residential care setting

Tina Boyland is the Registered Manager at Christ the King Care Home, and she has shared with us the effects of COVID-19 pandemic in the residential care setting. Also, she told us they are getting prepare for a potential second wave. “We have learnt a lot, experienced changes, felt drained, exhausted and emotionally tested but this will have helped to contribute to our preparation for what may be just around the corner.”

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13 Aug 2020

“I love seeing the residents having fun.”

Megan Derry is a senior carer at Christ the King Care Home, Shenstone She has worked for Sisters Hospitallers for 6 years. When Covid-19 was announced, her role changed completely and she became aware of how vital her job was in protecting our vulnerable residents. She said that “I have seen things I have never seen before and been put into situations I never thought I would be put in, but all of this has made me a stronger person”.

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10 Jul 2020

Our New Normal

Sisters Hospitallers care home in Shenstone has started allowing one person per family to visit their loved one, this is part of the new normal, as it is wearing face mask all the time. To entertain and cheer up our residents, the picnics outside and walks around the garden are part of our daily life

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16 Dec 2019

Activities & Concerts

Our residents at Christ the King had an eventful schedule. They celebrated Bonfire Night, they had their usual activities and enjoyed several performances. It was a bit more special the one from Second Chance Cancer Choir, a wonderful group of ladies have all been touched in some way by cancer and got together to form the choir, visiting places and homes like ours performing purely for donations to raise money for cancer charities.

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