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Bluebird Care Lincolnshire franchises launch Nursing Associate Training (NAT) scheme
Bluebird Care Lincoln, Bluebird Care North East Lincolnshire and West Lindsey and Bluebird Care South Lincolnshire are the first home care providers in England to offer a training programme that allows their care assistants to become nursing associates.
Bluebird Care welcomes new additions to the team
We are pleased to announce that we have two new additions to our franchise support centre (FSC) team. Hannah Banfield has joined us as Marketing Director, and Vicky Brown has been appointed Franchise Recruitment Manager.
Bluebird Care Gosport director takes on #TheIsolationExperience
Kat Thomas, director of Bluebird Care Gosport, set herself the incredibly daunting task of spending 7 days in total isolation as part of their campaign to Unite Against Loneliness.
Bluebird Care supports government's new social care recruitment campaign
We are proud to be supporting the government's ‘Every Day Is Different’ campaign to show how rewarding a career in social care can be.
Winter tips for care assistants
The winter months can be difficult for a lot of us, especially those working in care. Here are some helpful precautions you can take to make sure you are well prepared.
Bluebird Care sees 133% increase in ‘Outstanding’ ratings from the Care Quality Commission
Bluebird Care is celebrating after 21 of its care services were rated ‘Outstanding’ in 2018 by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the independent regulator of health and social care services in England.
Charity inaugural ball raises over £20K with the support of Bluebird Care
Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland (CHSS) put on a night to remember at their first ever St Andrew’s Ball at The Hub set on the historic Royal Mile.
Our new Managing Director Yvonne Hignell comments on the State of Care report 2018
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Yvonne Hignell as our new Managing Director, and to share Yvonne's thoughts on the annual State of Care report.
Lincoln care assistant's inspiring story is featured in The Guardian
After Dennis suffered a stroke at the age of 44, his life changed and he wanted to help others the way others helped him. We were delighted to see his story covered by The Guardian.
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