5 Subtle Signs your Loved One is Lonely
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Stuck at home constantly, little interaction with friends and family, and bored of the same routine day after day? This sounds all too familiar in what has been the most unfamiliar of years. However, for some, these feelings, sadly, are nothing new.
A film about Leycester House
Firstly, everyone at Leycester House hopes that you and your loved ones are safe and well. 2020 so far has been far from what many of us are used to and we know how unexpected change can affect everyone but in particular the vulnerable.From our last post in May we have been working hard to ensure that our residents here have felt safe and enjoyed as much communication a ...
Trees of hope and love
We come to Leycester House each day because we love the work that we do. We are a community, a team. We are certainly missing all of the relatives and friends that usually visit us. It is so nice to know that you are thinking of us too! Thank you to Jane wright for crocheting these lovely hearts. Made with love for each member of the team, now being worn with love xx ...
Amazing 'Thank You' for our amazing carers
Jane Wright, whose mum Kath is a resident here at Leycester House, has done something incredible and raised over £6000 to say thank you to our wonderful staff.Jane raised the money after setting up the Coronavirus Relatives and Friends Support Group on WhatsApp.Initially, Jane caught the attention of the BBC after raising more than 10 times her original target through a ...
A huge thank you!
People from the local community have been busy home crafting laundry bags, mask expanders and headbands for staff at the hospital and have recently extended this to care home staff.The items have all been made with such love and care and with great attention to detail. The fabrics are of fantastic quality with some beautifully carved buttons. The headbands are helpful t ...