A Camden care home and Extra Care scheme are celebrating 10 years of delivering care in the community this month. Maitland Park Care Home and Gospel Oak Extra Care facility marked the milestone with drinks, a celebratory cake and a buffet with entertainment from local singer, Chirag, who sung hits from the 50s.
Staff, residents and their family members were joined by the Mayor of Camden, Nazma Rahman, and other representatives from Camden London Borough Council. Guests from Shaw healthcare, who own and operate the homes, included CEO, Russell Brown and regional director, Martin Vanhinsbergh.
The celebrations also included long service presentations for staff. This included 20 years’ service for administrator Joanne Townsend and support worker Beverley Smith, as well as many other staff members marking their 10 and five-year anniversaries.
Maitland Park’s Home Manager, Benjamin Oni, commented:
“Staff, residents and our special guests have enjoyed a lovely afternoon celebrating a decade of providing care here in Camden. I am proud of my amazing team here who work hard to ensure that we provide a high standard of care for those that live here and peace of mind for their loved ones.”