Happy Chicks

April 5th, 2012 | Posted by Willan House in Events | Vacancies - (0 Comments)

Residents are currently get a lot of pleasure watching chicks hatch and grow. 11 eggs have incubated and hatched in the last day or so. We have also had craft time with Clare, where some residents made wool pictures which are now on display in the dining room. The Soundlincs workshops are going well, we are on week four and music is being made. The other activity this week has been watercolouring. Monica has done a wonderful picture of poppies, with a little help from Val and our visiting artist.

We have staff vacancies on night duty – a carer with experience is preferred for this position. We are also looking for a housekeeper. Please contact us for more details and an application form.

New Website

September 2nd, 2011 | Posted by Willan House in Vacancies - (0 Comments)

I am just trying to get to grips with my new website, feel free to send me some comments.

We are currently receiving enquiries for respite care and day care. If you are interested in these services please get intouch, either via email or phone. It would be helpful to see what the level of demand is. Currently we have one vacancy.

We do not have a designated respite bed so respite is only available if a room is free. Day care can be an option for those who live fairly near, with hours negotiable, perhaps having to fit around work or a particular appointment.


Posts disappearing again

August 22nd, 2011 | Posted by Willan House in Inside | Staff | Vacancies - (0 Comments)

Well I apoligise, but my posts appear and then disappear!

We currently have one vacancy at Willan House.

We are decorating the halls and corridors in July to freshen the house up.

Staff have been working hard and 2 have recently completed Health and Social Care NVQ – one at level 2 and one at level 3. Bonnie has completed her Professional Cookery award.

One family described our care recently as ‘exemplary’, their father having lived with us for 7 years. Another family have expressed gratitude that their relative was home, after a difficult time in hospital.

Visiting professional commented that he ‘ could think of nothing that was needed to improve the quality of care at Willan House’