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 >

Nightingales launches homecare in Reigate and Redhill

Nightingales launches homecare in Reigate and Redhill

Nightingales has been caring for the elderly for 30 years and is now offering homecare services to the elderly living in Reigate and Redhill.  With residential homes Priors Mead Reigate and Nettlestead Bromley it was a natural evolution to extend our care services into the community by providing help and support to enable people to retain their independence and stay living in their own homes, comfortably and safely; something that most people want for as long as possible. Read More >

Winter Tips – Staying Warm & Well in the Winter

Winter Tips – Staying Warm & Well in the Winter

Now the clocks have gone back the hours of daylight seem very short. It’s a time of year, when as older people we can start to feel a sense of isolation as we are not so keen to go out in the cold and the dark. As temperatures drop it is even more important that we take care of our health. A little preparation will make sure we stay warm and healthy. Read More >

Older People and Fraud

Older People and Fraud

Older people are more likely to be targeted.

It’s a sad fact of life that older people are more likely to be targeted by criminals perpetrating fraud than any other sector of society. Although exact statistics may be quite difficult to come by, not least because fraud is one of the most under reported types of crime, research carried out earlier this year for a report written by Age UK found that 53% of people aged over 65 believed that they had been targeted by fraudsters.

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Dementia: Techniques to improve the standard of living

Dementia: Techniques to improve the standard of living

Sadly, the reality of dementia is one many people face every day.

Here at Nightingales, we are more aware than most of the impact this can have on the day-to-day lives of the elderly. We have clients who suffer with dementia and consider one of our key duties to be providing support to them.

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Delivering Personal Care

Delivering Personal Care

Choosing the correct care for your needs.

Whether you are looking to support your parent through Home Care so that they can continue to live at home, or considering the important decision of choosing a care home for the longer term, being aware of what is on offer will help you make that important choice.

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