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Bluebird Care Epping and Harlow supports Professional Care Worker’s Day 2019
Bluebird Care Epping and Harlow is celebrating all that is good about people who work in care with the second Professional Care Workers’ Day on the 4th of September.
Joanne Prebble's London Marathon 2019
Joanne Prebble office manager for Bluebrid Care Essex West ran the London marathon on sunday and Raised over £4000.00 for Marie Curie.
Empowering the Workforce Award Winner
We are extreamly proud to have won an award which recognises us as an employer whom takes care of their workforce. This award recognises that we are an organisation that invests in our staff through; development, additional training, staff wellbeing, opportunites and empowerment.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week
For Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 Bluebird Care are focusing on stress. This report looks at the prevalence of stress in the UK and its implications. It also focuses on what we can do to manage and reduce stress and our recommendations for the government in creating a stress-free UK. Click read more to read the report.
Bluebird Care Raised £2000.00 For Whiz Kidz
Bluebird Care have helped to raise £2000.00 for Whiz Kidz as Business and IT Consultant, Lucy McCormack ran the London Marathon. Click read more to read Whiz Kidz vision and learn of the excellent work that they do.
Skin Implant Could Help detect Cancer Early
Scientists have created a skin implant they say could one day be used to help detect some of the most common cancers. Click Read more to read the BBC article.
Being Overweight Could Increase Your Risk Of Liver Disease, Says BBC
One in eight middle-aged adults in the UK could have a potentially serious form of liver disease - because they are overweight. Therefore as a home care provider we feel it is our role to ensure people are aware of the risks of being overweight, and know how to access the relevant help and support if and when they need it. Click Read more to learn about how Frances Carroll's weight loss allowed her to have a healthier liver.
A&E waiting times have reached their highest levels in England.
As a home care provider it is often our customers need to visit hospital for routine procedures, and occasionally A and E in the case of an emergency. Unfortunately this year has seen the longest waiting time in A and E, which is having a huge impact on vulnerable people. Click read more, to find out the 10 "worst" A and E waits in England.
Relationships and IBS
April is IBS awareness month, as with any illness IBS can have an impact on families and relationships. Our news release today (taken from the Iffgd website) looks at how people whom are diagnosed with IBS can maintain healthy and happy relationships.
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