Technology frees-up important time for carers and brings families closer

Technology frees-up important time for carers and brings families closer

Nightingales care team is significantly reducing its administration time using voice-recognition technology to record home visit reports.   Read More >

Activities

Activities

Activities

We have had some great activities over the past couple of months; please don’t forget friends and families are always welcome to join in. Read More >

What makes a great carer?

What makes a great carer?

Zoe Webster will have been part of the Priors Mead team for 27 years this year. Who better then to comment on the qualities of a great carer?

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News and Activities

News and Activities

A Warm Welcome

We would like to welcome new resident Marjorie Wanless who moved in to Priors Mead in January and hope that she will be very happy and soon feel part of the Priors Mead family.

We would also like to welcome Joseph who is joining us in February on work experience from East Surrey College. Joseph will join in with activities alongside Vanessa.

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Enriching lives – the benefits of bringing children, teens and the elderly together

Enriching lives – the benefits of bringing children, teens and the elderly together

As a society we interact with people of all ages as we go about our daily lives; we meet mothers and children, teenagers, adults and older people. It is becoming increasingly evident through studies that there are many positive benefits of intergenerational interactions. As we age and become less mobile our world can become smaller and we need to plan more to have access to the company of younger people especially if we do not have families of our own with visits from nephews, nieces and grandchildren.

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Interview with Tenniece Williams

Interview with Tenniece Williams

Tenniece is a mum of three young children aged, 5, 3 and 2 so she is a busy lady. She originally worked as a teaching assistant before deciding to pursue a career in care. She lives locally and decided to join the team at Priors Mead as she was looking for a career change and something that would offer her a bit more flexibility around her young family. Read More >

Nightingales trio take to the skies in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society

Nightingales trio take to the skies in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society

Our energetic team is never known to duck a challenge and our head of  Home Care Donna Roche,  Kim Thomas, head of Nettlestead Care home  and Joanna Nykiel head of Priors Mead  will be taking part in a SkyDive on 21st October to fund-raise for the Alzheimer’s Society. Read More >

Nightingales appoints management team as new directors

Nightingales appoints management team as new directors

From left to right: Kim Thomas, Donna Roche and Joanna Nykiel – Nightingales’ new directors

Nightingales, a family led company that has been providing care to the elderly for over 30 years has appointed three of its senior management team as directors; Donna Roche, head of homecare, Kim Thomas manager of Nettlestead care home in Bromley, and Joanna Nykiel who heads up Priors Mead care home in Reigate. Read More >

Wedding day reminiscing

Wedding day reminiscing

Our residents and their daughters had fun reminiscing about their wedding days last week.

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Meet the team – Kelly McManus

Meet the team – Kelly McManus

Kelly McManus joined the team at Priors Mead following the birth of her daughter Poppy six months ago.  She works nights so that she and her partner can share caring for Poppy without outside help.  Kelly was a hairdresser prior to starting a family so it’s been quite a change from her previous line of work.

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