Nurse of the Month for December announced

Congratulations to our nurse, Mercy who has been awarded Nurse of the Month for December. Mercy, who is registered with our Cardiff branch, was nominated for her reliability and enthusiasm. Sara Jones, Cardiff Branch Manager, said: “Mercy never lets us down. She is reliable, works at short notice and is requested for shifts all the

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Advice for Providing Homecare for Young Families

Being a care worker is highly rewarding, gratifying and stimulating, but like many such roles, it can be challenging at times. Whether your client is struggling with caring for disabled children, or they are going through the difficulties of palliative care, read our advice below to ensure you are giving the best care possible. Little

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CRG Custody Nurse sets a world record

CRG Forensic Nurse Practitioner, Irene Robinson, has travelled around the world playing her bagpipes for charity. Irene, who works in Dorset Custody suites under our CRG Medical Services division, became the first person to play the bagpipes on all seven continents travelling 50,000 miles in 50 days fundraising and raising awareness for The Royal Navy

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Care Workers of the Year announced

Many congratulations to Ann Stanners and Angela Hickey, care workers from our Stockport branch, who have been awarded Care Workers of the Year. All winners of Care Worker of the Month were nominated for the Care Worker of the Year and CRG Homecare’s Senior Management team decided that Angela (pictured left) and Ann deserved the

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New care initiative launched in Prescot

CRG Homecare’s Prescot branch has launched a new initiative to help their service users when they return how from hospital. The branch has created ‘return to home kits’ for service users who have returned home from hospital and don’t have essential items in their home. Our care staff have been donating items such as sponges,

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Care staff donate to local charities

Care Staff at CRG Homecare’s Stockton branch has donated £200 worth of presents and gifts to a local neonatal unit and hospice. The homecare team supported local charity, Neoangels by raising money to purchase gifts for premature babies and their families on the neonatal unit at the University Hospital of North Tees. The charity created

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