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Fiona Williams, Director of Operations, talks about identifying the care sector’s future leaders

Fiona Williams, director of operations at Bluebird Care, was recently interviewed by The Guardian on how Bluebird Care is identifying the care sector’s future leaders.


Bluebird Care customers benefit from free personal alarm

Bluebird Care customers across the UK are to receive a free personal alarm service to celebrate a new partnership with leading telecare technology provider Centra Pulse.


Bluebird Care talks about raising the profile of care work with The Guardian

Fiona Williams, Director of Operations, talks to The Guardian about raising the profile of care work.


Bluebird Care launches Winter Warmth campaign

Bluebird Care is urging older people, their families, friends and neighbours to think WARMTH this winter to save lives.


Bluebird Care featured in the Sun newspaper today

We are committed to recruiting and training the best staff and have 40 care vacancies available in Oxford as well as many other offices around the country.


Bluebird Care wins top training award with innovative e-learning for care workers

Care workers at one of the UK’s leading care at home providers, Bluebird Care, have been given a boost today after the company was announced as the winner of a top training award for its innovative e-learning scheme for care workers.


A level two heatwave alert has been issued in the UK

The alert warns of the risk of a heatwave until Sunday 20 July for the West Midlands, East Midlands, East of England, the South East and London. The Met Office raises a level two alert if a heatwave is imminent. This means there is a high chance that temperatures over the next few days could pose significant health risks. Here are some tips on how to cope in hot weather.


People still prefer to receive care in their own home

Home care preferred over moving into residential care.


Evidence submitted for new home care consultation

Bluebird Care is pleased to confirm that we have submitted a response to the LGiU, which has now been published on their website.


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