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Kingsley launches employee recognition scheme

Kingsley Healthcare has launched a new scheme to recognise and reward the exceptional qualities of its care home staff.
Each of the group’s 30 homes is launching Employee of the Month from March with colleagues, residents, families and visiting professionals invited to make nominations.

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PAT dog Izzy delights residents at Oaklands

Three year old Izzy never made the grade as a guide dog because of her sensitivity to noise. However, the golden retriever cross labrador has found her true vocation as a pet therapy dog – much to the delight of residents at Oaklands Care Home in Scole, near Diss.

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Kingsley CEO makes keynote speech on Diversity in Healthcare

Kingsley Healthcare CEO Daya Thayan delivered the keynote speech at a London seminar focusing on Diversity in Healthcare. The event, one of a series entitled Celebrating Asian Leaders in Care, was staged by HealthInvestor UK in association with Barclays, CMS and JLL.

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Report on charity’s vital work to improve the lives of poor families in Sri Lanka

Kingsley Healthcare founders Daya and Sumi Thayan witnessed the devastation of the tsunami on Boxing Day 2004 while they were staying at the Sri Lankan resort of Bentota. Responding to the disaster, which resulted in 60,000 people being declared dead on the island with many more unaccounted for, they set up the Lotus Foundation in February 2005, a registered UK charity to support those affected.

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Highcliffe Nursing Home transformed in £2.25m revamp

Work on a £2.25m upgrade of Highcliffe Nursing Home is on course for completion in July. Builders from Mildren Construction, in Christchurch, have reached first-floor level on a 16-bed extension which will provide new luxury suites and increase the home’s capacity to 55 beds.
 

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