Trevor joined County Care at the beginning of June, having never worked in the care sector before Trevor has really taken to the role and we have received some lovely feedback from some of the Community Skills Project group in Horley. Just a few weeks in and Trevor has emailed to say – “Really enjoying…Details
Nora one of our Community Support Workers sent this lovely message to her Line Manager Sophie after her recent supervision – “I experienced it even before but yesterday’s supervision made me fully realised that you truly hear what I say, it is a great feeling, I feel heard and appreciated so i just wanted to…Details
County Care would like to share this lovely email from a lady who managed to get away for a well earned break leaving her husband in our 24 hour care. ‘A huge thank you to the team @ County Care for looking after my D…. Alex & the carers, (John, James & Gerard) have…Details
For Red Nose Day, our service users in Skegness, Lincolnshire are going to be virtually rowing down to Woking and Horley in Surrey. In turn, our service users in Surrey will be virtually cycling back up to Lincolnshire (with a little bit of swimming added for good measure!) The total journey is going to be…Details
Sunday the 12th of December was a great morning for the team in Lincolnshire. Staff, Service users and families joined forces with Skegness and District Running Club to take part in the towns annual Santa Fun Run in Skegness. It was a great day out and perfect conditions for a 5k run/walk. The sun was…Details
We had so many entries to our 2016 Christmas Card competition, it was really hard to choose an overall winner with so much talent out there. Congratulations to Roxanne Davies, for her brilliant design, we loved it. Roxanne’s card will be posted out to all the service users and their families. Thanks to…Details
A huge well done to the gang in Skegness for reaching the finals for the Community Award at the Skegness Business Awards. Although they did not win they received huge recognition for all their volunteering they do in the town.
County Care will be expanding its Community Skills Project to other locations in Lincolnshire. We will be opening our doors in the Horncastle Community Centre in June 2016, and in The Umbrella in Spalding in July 2016. County Care Community Skills Project delivers innovative day services for people with a learning disability. Want to find…Details
County Care were delighted and overwhelmed to win the award for best care provider at this year’s Skegness Business Awards! The awards ceremony was held at Grand Central in Skegness and the Skegness Mayor, Carl Macey, presented our award on behalf of the Skegness Town Council.