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‘Hen Power’ sees our new baby chicks enhance the lives of our residents at our Lindsey Hall Care Home in Cleethorpes

This pioneering scheme introduces hen keeping into our care homes to improve the lives and health of our residents.

This forms part of our company-wide initiative ‘Together We Can’ at Yorkare Homes where our teams and homes continue to support the wishes, wants, and challenges of both our residents and our employees.

“Continuing to make wishes come true”

‘Henthusiasm’ Anyone who has spent time with or cared for hens will know how entertaining it can be to watch them going about their daily activities. How comforting it can be to have them bustling around you with a rustle of feathers or an inquisitive lowered head cluck and how life-affirming it can be to become an integral part of our resident’s everyday routine. It is these emotions that Hen Power hopes to harness.

Our resident Kate celebrates 100th birthday and looks back on century of life

Her first job at 14 years old was gruelling 12-hour shifts at Tates Timber Yard. Kate Latus, who is now a resident residing at our Cottingham Manor Care Home, was independent up until she turned 99 years old and worked tirelessly her whole life, juggling up to three jobs at a time and even volunteering for charity…

The GRAND REOPENING of our newly refurbished Haven (Dementia Care) at our Westfield Park Care Home (Goole)

Last week saw the grand reopening of our newly refurbished Haven (Dementia Care) at our Westfield Park Care Home in Goole. The Haven was officially announced reopened by our longest serving resident Kate, who has lived with us at Westfield Park for 13 years! The afternoon of celebrations began with Fizz, balloons, live music, a…