Keep up-to-date with the latest news and find out what Bluebird Care events are happening across the Rushcliffe region.
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We are vaccinated!
We are proud to announce that our care teams have now received their first Covid-19 vaccine dose. We have reached a significant milestone in the pandemic and we look forward to better days ahead.
We are being vaccinated!
At Bluebird Care Rushcliffe & Melton, never more so have we been focused on our role of keeping our customers safe and protected within their own homes.
Christmas 'Elfie' Competition
The pandemic may have taken much of our joy away this year, but COVID-19 did not stop us from spreading a bit of Christmas cheer on Friday 11th December for National Christmas Jumper Day.
Weekly COVID-19 Tests for our Homecare workers
Our care workers looking after people in their own homes will be offered weekly coronavirus tests from Monday 23rd November, the government has announced.
Health & Wellbeing Checks
We've launched a telehealth system that allows us to monitor your general health. Should there be any concerns it means we can get help to you quickly and prevent further illness or going to hospital.
Homemade Facemasks created for our Care Team
There have been many inspiring examples of generosity, ingenuity and kindness demonstrated by individuals throughout the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Top 20 Recommended Home Care Provider Award goes to Bluebird Care Rushcliffe and Melton
Bluebird Care Rushcliffe and Melton are thrilled to have achieved the 'Top 20 Home Care Award 2020' for the East Midlands region by the UK's leading home care review site, homcare.co.uk.
A Celebration of Services for Older People
Bluebird Care hosted a free special event open to existing customers and the general public, to celebrate the many charities and groups who work so hard for older members of our society.
Thousands turn out for Memory Walk in Wollaton Park
In September 2018, our Care Manager, Peter, and his partner, Chloe, joined over 3000 people at Wollaton Park to help defeat dementia by taking part in a walk to raise money to battle the disease.
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