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Strictly star Lauren Steadman and her professional dance partner, AJ, paid a visit to Lauren’s Grandmother who lives at Deerswood Lodge in Crawley last week.

A West Sussex care home has received a prestigious gold award for its innovative approach to residents’ nutrition.

The two-storey, Figbury Lodge care facility which is being built for the Borough of Poole on the site of a former 50-bed home that was demolished in 2015, has reach the “topping out” stage.

Two outstanding care homes and 11 care sector workers from across the UK have received awards at the Shaw Star Awards, that itself is celebrating its 10 year anniversary.

A care home in Nailsea, formerly known as The Granary, has opened an additional nursing wing for older people.

[ April 13, 2018 ]

Shaw healthcare was one many care providers across the UK which took part in National Care Home Open Day on Saturday 21st April.

[ January 31, 2018 ]

St Johns care home in Droitwich, Worcester, has celebrated 25 years of delivering care to its residents this month.

[ January 8, 2018 ]

Residents at Croft Meadow care home had a star-studded surprise on Christmas Eve when a BAFTA nominee called by to spend some time with them.

[ January 2, 2018 ]

Burleys Wood in Crawley pulled out all the stops to put on a wonderful Christmas Panto for the residents.

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Dear relatives,

I’m pleased to say that Shaw is making fantastic progress with the COVID-19 vaccinations. The majority of our staff and residents have been vaccinated and scheduled to get the second dose shortly.

The national statistics being reported suggest that we are over the second peak and there is light at the end of the tunnel. To get back to ‘normal’ and the life we once knew we will all need to be vaccinated to help our chances to overcome COVID-19 should we catch it and to prevent it from spreading to each other.

Each of our care homes has been doing everything in their power to ensure that residents and employees are vaccinated. The LFT testing continues to help us operate to manage the visiting, as well as exercising social distancing, using PPE, hand washing, risk assessments and adhering to all other public health guidelines.

We appreciate your continued support and understanding of the situation that the care homes face to protect your loved ones. I sincerely hope that we can get back to visiting as we once knew it.

Thank you again,

Mike Smith, Chief Operating Officer