Bluebird Care Croydon supports World Health Day – 7th April 2021
Local homecare provider Bluebird Care Croydon is supporting World Health Day 2021.
Local homecare provider Bluebird Care Croydon is supporting World Health Day 2021. This year, it highlights health care inequality around the world.
There are many communities who struggle to make ends meet and health care is extremely challenging in their circumstances. Many people face poor living conditions, lack of education, insufficient clean water, food insecurity and inadequate health care. All of which can cause poor health and sickness.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) states that COVID-19 has affected those the most who lack quality health care services and are more vulnerable to the disease. The WHO is appealing to world leaders to go beyond their borders, to work together and tackle inequalities, ensuring that everyone has good living and working conditions to promote healthier lives. It is important for everyone to be able to access health care when they need it.
Dean Slade, Director of Bluebird Care Croydon, commented:
“The theme of this year’s World Heath Day is to build a fairer, healthier world. We all need to work together to help others and ensure that everyone can live healthy lives.
Here at Bluebird Care, our staff work hard to make sure our clients eat nutritional meals and are properly hydrated. The health and well-being of our clients is the utmost importance in our caregiving.”
To find more about World Health Day, please visit: www.who.int/campaigns/world-health-day/2021
Bluebird Care is a national provider of care in the home, specialising in working with customers who live with dementia, physical disabilities and many other acute and chronic conditions. Bluebird Care work alongside their customers’ families, social services and the NHS to ensure each person receives the care they need.
Bluebird Care offers a unique service of tailored care visits which range from anything from 30 minutes to full live-in support. As well as personal care they also help with meal preparation, welfare checks, shopping, social trips, visits to the hospital and provide extra support for post-discharge customers.