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Tribute to much love Colne House resident Patricia

Patricia Johnson and her family became a “massive part of Colne House” during her three years living at the care home in the village of Earls Colne.

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Four Oaks are proud to be GOOD

Staff at Four Oaks Nursing Home, in Wood Lane, Partington, are celebrating their good Care Quality Commission (CQC) report.

The inspectors who visited the Kingsley Healthcare run home in August found the service to be good overall and good in four out of five categories, judging it to be caring, safe, responsive and well-led.

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100 Help needed families received Dry Food items and Eyeglasses issued to help needed students

29th Death anniversary of Late Mayilvaganam VELUMMAYILUM on 31st Aug 2018. 100 Help needed families received Dry Food items and Eyeglasses issued to help needed students. Asst. Director of Planning Mr. K. Jeyakumar, Social Service Officer Mr. P. Sarmilan from Divisional Secretariat office Point Pedro

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Co-founder and chief executive of Kingsley Healthcare Daya Thayan is taking a family approach to growing the business.

Sarah Williams travels to the head offices in Lowestoft to find out more. “You can’t be a hard-nosed businessman, because that’s not what the industry is. We deal with people who are old, vulnerable sections of the society; they trust us, and we must show kindness,"

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CEO Daya Thayan nominated for top industry award

The CEO of Lowestoft-based Kingsley Healthcare is in the running for a top industry award for the fourth year in a row– reflecting the care home group’s remarkable success story.

 

Daya Thayan has been nominated in the outstanding leader category of The HealthInvestor Power Fifty awards which will be presented at a London awards night in November.

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Top 20 Largest Care Home Group in UK Awards Winners 2017 CQC Care Quality Commission Gold Framework National Care UK WINGS Kingsley 15 Years Anniversary Norfolk Awards Great British Care Awards Recommendation Suffolk Future 50 ENRICH Dementia KITE Dignity Care Six Steps to Care Care Charity Work