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Parrot learns to mimic sound of alarms at Brooke care home

The African Grey parrot belongs to Roy Hagley, 53, and his latest trick is causing quite a stir at Brooke HouseHe has learnt to mimic the alarms residents use to let staff know they need help - and his impression is so good it even has staff fooled. The cheeky bird has caused several false alarms already and much confusion around the home.

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Dementia today affects 850,000 people in the UK and yet there is still little understanding

A Suffolk care home has successfully launched a new support group to help families learn more about what has been described as a ticking health time bomb. Dementia today affects 850,000 people in the UK and yet there is still little understanding in the wider community about a condition that some experts predict will affect one in three of the population in the future.

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Heroes and heroines of care - The Kingsley Care Awards 2015

Meet the caring, dedicated award winners of Lowestoft-based Kingsley Healthcare. They are the heroes and heroines who work uncompromisingly every day to ensure the pledge of Kingsley chief executive Daya Thayan is achieved: “Every Kingsley care home must be fit enough to care for our own parents, otherwise we have failed.”

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Unsung heroes of health sector

A prominent breakfast television star praised the “unsung heroes” of the health service at a glittering awards night.
Hilary Jones – the popular TV doctor on Good Morning Britain – hosted the inaugural Kingsley Care Awards at the Ivy House Country Hotel in Oulton Broad. About 150 staff from Lowestoft- based care provider Kingsley Healthcare were joined by special guests, who included Waveney MP Peter Aldous, district council chairman Bruce Provan, EDP editor Nigel Pickover and leading figures from the healthcare sector. Dr Jones, who is known for bring- ing healthcare matters to a television audience of millions, said it had been a “privilege and honour to be invited

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Breakfast television star Dr Hilary Jones praised the “unsung heroes” of the health service at an awards night in Lowestoft

Breakfast television star Dr Hilary Jones praised the “unsung heroes” of the health service at an awards night in Lowestoft.

The TV doctor on Good Morning Britain hosted the inaugural Kingsley Care Awards at The Ivy House Country Hotel in Oulton Broad. Nearly 150 staff from Lowestoft-based care provider Kingsley Healthcare were joined by special guests who included Waveney MP Peter Aldous, district council chairman Bruce Provan, EDP editor Nigel Pickover and leading figures from the healthcare sector. Senior figures from Coutts, Santander and Barclays Bank, who are supporting the dementia care specialist’s £200m-plus expansion drive to become a familiar national brand, were also present at the event on Thursday.

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