Although most of us welcome the summer sun, high temperatures can be harmful to your health. The heat can affect anyone, but some people run a greater risk of serious harm. Many of those who are at risk of harm from heat are also at greater risk of severe illness due to COVID-19 and may [...]
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As the lockdown continues (albeit for some small concessions from today), we are conscious that everything might feel a little bit unpredictable right now, but rest assured, we’re still here, providing the services that our clients rely on, so we can be counted on during this uncertain time. As many of you may be aware, [...]
One of our Service Users celebrated her 100th Birthday this month! What a milestone! She was presented with a cake and flowers from the company, not to mention a standing ovation from her neighbours. Bravo!
Super Senior Kate Harvey and Carer Lisa Wonnacott put some smiles on Client's faces last night as they distributed cakes, milk and beverages kindly donated by Costa Coffee. A big thank you to Bethany Garland from the Marsh Barton Exeter location of Costa. *pictures shared with permission COVID-19 Update - The Company's COVID-19 crisis policy [...]
Comfort Home Care is dedicated to its responsibility to take whatever measures possible to protect both staff and Clients during the current climate of uncertainty surrounding the spread of COVID-19 (Corona virus). All staff will be receiving information in the form of official Government Public Health Guidance. This information has been especially collated for community [...]
Comfort Home Care is rolling out the 'Message in a Bottle' scheme in 2020. Message in a Bottle is where our Clients keep essential personal and medication details in a small bottle in the fridge. Paramedics, police, fire-fighters and social services know to look in the fridge when they see the Message in a Bottle [...]
All Comfort Home Care staff have been briefed to identify signs that may indicate Sepsis. With quick intervention, survival rates from the condition are significant higher. We feel that by informing our staff and spreading awareness we are continuing to safeguard our Service Users.
Christmas lunch for our valued Service Users had a delightful twist this year with CHC Team members David, Tina and Megan doing the cooking! Our guys served up some cracking traditional Christmas fare, finished off with some sumptuous puddings and plenty of mince pies. Once again the company of our clients was fantastic, and Comfort [...]
Comfort Home Care take great pride in announcing that our Macmillan Coffee Morning raised....... *drumroll...... ....a whopping £224.24 for the charity! A big thank you to Nicola from Poppy's Community Kitchen for the kind donation of her resources, and to the Teaching Staff at Wilcombe Primary school for digging deep for the cause. Thank you [...]