Owners of two care homes in West Oxfordshire threw a party to thank the nurses and care teams who have done an exceptional job looking after the homes’ residents during the pandemic.
The dedication of all staff during such a challenging time has been highlighted by residents and families, at both Rosebank and Churchfields, and is just one of the many reasons why they wanted to reward them for their tremendous efforts.
As a way of thanking the care teams and to show their appreciation, husband and wife, Jane and Gerry Roberts, organised an evening BBQ for staff to enjoy at Churchfields Care Home, which was socially distanced, in their beautiful garden.
Jane Roberts, owner, commented: “I’m delighted with my team’s response to Covid-19. Everyone has gone above and beyond to ensure our residents at Rosebank and Churchfields are safe, happy, and secure, and they continue to do so every day. The evening was a wonderful opportunity to relax together as a team after a difficult few months. It was a much needed tonic for everyone.”
Karen, daughter of a resident residing at Churchfields care home, commented: “As a family, we cannot thank the wonderful management and staff at Churchfields enough for the care they give, and the time, patience, and understanding to us as a family.”
At Rosebank Care Home they hosted a cowboy-themed party on the day of what would have been their planned annual garden fete, for staff and residents to celebrate together.
Jane added: “Families and residents have been extremely grateful for everything the staff have done and continue to do. Their frequent gifts and letters have not only been appreciated, but have helped boost staff