The team at Bright Care would like to wish all of our clients and their families a very Merry Christmas.
We know that our Carers work especially hard on making this time of year extra special for their clients. We love hearing the heart-warming stories and seeing joy on their faces.
Client Christmas Celebrations
Visiting her branch’s festive drop in was a very memorable day for our client Betty as it was the first time she had left her flat for a year. Betty had lacked confidence to go out, even with her family. Bright Care began visiting Betty in September and her Cares were able to bring her along to come see the festive office makeover and enjoy mince pies, Christmas cake and hot chocolates. Betty said she had a marvellous time and had so much fun.
Several of our clients and their Carers came to see our festive office makeover and enjoyed some festive treats. Even Santa made a special appearance! The team said it was brilliant to spread joy and see lots of happy faces at this event. We really appreciate all the wonderful staff who make these things happen.
Bright Care Staff Celebrations
Our branches have all been having their own Christmas celebrations. Pictured here are staff from our Broughty Ferry and Perthshire branches out for afternoon tea, followed by a Christmas meal. What a fabulous way to celebrate another year of providing outstanding elder care.
Why our clients choose Bright Care
We offer tailored in-home care services to our clients in Scotland and the South East of England. Our companionship style care really focuses on building relationships and establishing trust.
Our Carers always go the extra mile to ensure their clients are exceptionally well cared for, and they ensure their clients know that they have a friendly face they can rely on. Bright Care prides itself on providing peace of mind for families who cannot always be there to care for their loved ones. If you would like to know more about the companionship care we offer to those in their later years, our team can talk you through our services, please get in touch.