Introducing Our New Client Relationship Team!
Hi my name is Suzanne, I have been working in the Health and Social Care sector for several years. I have a strong desire in helping people to improve the quality of their lives. My role at Access Care is to look after our clients, specifically those with more complex needs and head up our Client Relationship team. When not working I enjoy walking my dog and exploring new places. I'm really looking forward to meeting everyone over the next few weeks.
Suzanne Richardson, Client Relations Manager
Direct Line – 01264 326 504 | Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, my name is Andrea, I have worked in the Health Care sector for over 26 years. I have been a Registered Manager for several organisations and most recently I've worked as a health and social care trainer. I am married with a grown-up son, and I also have a rescue dog called Piper. I am lucky enough to grow my own vegetables in my garden, which is handy as I love to cook. I'm really enjoying my role as a Client Relationship Consultant and work with a great team. I'm also really looking forward to meeting you all over the coming weeks.
Andrea Knight-Down, Client Relationship Consultant
Direct Line – 01264 326 507 | Email – email@example.com
Hi, my name is Jo and I have recently joined the Client Relations Team. I have 18 years care experience in various fields including elderly care, dementia care, adults with physical disabilities and fostering children with disabilities. I have a young family and when I'm not working, I can usually be found outside walking our dog, in the local park, cycling, or on our allotment. I am really looking forward to getting out and meeting everyone and hope to do so soon!
Jo Pinkney, Client Relationship Consultant
Direct Line – 01264 326 401 | Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Since joining Access Care the Client Relationship Team have been busy meeting and getting to know some of our lovely Clients. This has given them an opportunity to not only update individual bespoke care plans but also to talk about the service we provide to ensure it is meeting needs and expectations.
Meeting our Clients is important to us as this helps us to match the right Carer. We are keen to understand our Clients and establish which Care Worker would best suit them.
What some of our lovely clients have been saying about Access Care:
"The Office Team are wonderful they work together to ensure the process of organising live-in care is easy. The Team are helpful and have endless patience. The process was fully explained to me, they listened to me and provided an excellent service. They are also easy to find on Google."
– Mrs. A, Client - Brighton Mrs G (Client) feels like her Care Worked Dalia Balsiene has become her Best Friend. "Sayidir is great, he is indispensable."
– R. M (PA) for Mr. M
In June we welcomed back our lovely Access Care photographer to update out team photos so you can get to know our new members and see us all again! Above is a sneak peek at our team - if you would like to see more pictures from the day, and take a peek behind the scenes, head over to our Facebook page:
Staying cool in a heatwave
Most of us look forward to the warmer weather and feeling some sun on our faces. But it's important to be prepared for the hot weather as high temperatures can be dangerous to your health. Read our blog post for tips on how to keep cool as temperature soar - click here to read.
Eton Mess Recipe
Eton Mess is so simple, made with broken Meringues, strawberries and cream. The best bits of summer combined into one easy dessert! This Eton Mess recipe takes just 10 minutes to make. Click here to go to our blog with the recipe!
Driving Miss Daisy
We want to introduce you to a friendly and reliable transportation service called Driving Miss Daisy. If you need a driver you may well find that this service is just what you need. Driving Miss Daisy can help with: - Medical and social appointments - Assisted shopping trips - Organised transport for special occasions - Transporting loved ones to and from day care. They can collect you, drive you to and from your destination, and provide companionship and assistance when required. All drivers are dementia friends, safety checked, licensed and have accredited training in first aid and manual handling. For further information please contact Driving Miss Daisy on 0333 014 6211 or visit them on: www.drivingmissdaisy.co.uk
Did You Know? Summer Fun Facts!
In the summer heat, the iron in France’s Eiffel Tower expands, making the tower grow more than 6 inches.
The UK’s favourite ice cream flavour is vanilla!
28 tonnes of strawberries were sold at Wimbledon in 2017.
The highest temperature ever officially recorded in the United Kingdom is 38.5 degrees Celsius (101.3 degrees Fahrenheit) on August 10, 2003 at Brogdale, a hamlet near Faversham, Kent.
We hope you enjoyed our summer edition of Access Care Life!
Warmest Wishes, The Access Care Team