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Well done Spring Lodge for your great CQC report!

Staff at Spring Lodge care home, in Woolverstone, near Ipswich, are proud of their good Care Quality Commission report.
The inspector who visited the Kingsley Healthcare run home in Main Road on September 27 found the service to be good overall and good in all categories, judging it to be safe, caring, responsive, effective and well-led.

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Former Swedish beauty queen celebrates 104th birthday at Woodbridge Lodge!

As an 18 year old she had danced with legendary French actor Maurice Chevalier on board a liner taking her to the Miss Universe pageant in the USA. For her birthday photographs today (Nov 25, former Miss Sweden Inga Wheeler still showed the confident smile of a beauty queen in front of the camera – at the age of 104.

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Kingsley christmas card helps disadvantaged children in Sri Lanka

The picture on the front of the Christmas card is a typically bright product of a young children's imagination. 

However, the reassuring normality of the image coloured by Jesudasan Christina is a tribute to the success of housing and education programmes in Sri Lanka supported by the Lotus Children's Foundation. The charity, launched by Daya Thayan, CEO of Kingsley Healthcare, his wife Sumi and Kingsley colleagues after the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami, initially supported youngsters orphaned and disadvantaged by the natural disaster but has gone on to raise the living standards of other children affected by civil war and social deprivation.

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Spring Lodge residents join smart device age!

Residents at Spring Lodge care home, in Woolverstone, near Ipswich, are successfully getting to grips with 21st century technology at their new computer club. All those on the five-week course are at varying stages of their dementia journey but that has not stopped them from learning how to use tablet computers and find their way around the internet.

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101-year-old Sharston House resident Ada reunited with her great niece in Australia by Skype

Staff at a Knutsford nursing home have used computer technology to bring together 101-year-old resident Ada McNamara with her great-niece in Australia. Mrs McNamara, who has lived in Kingsley Healthcare-run Sharston House, in Manor Park South, for more than a year, was able to chat with Nikki Haberfield and her children George, 19, Millie, 16, and Alfie, 10, during a Skype call organised by activities co-ordinator Maylinda Bajqinovci.

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