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Manorcourt welcomes Mayor at Open Day event

31-Jan-16

The Mayor of Saffron Walden, Councillor Heather Asker, attended an open day at the Town Hall on Wednesday, which was hosted by the local care-at-home provider, Manorcourt Homecare.

Representatives from Manorcourt Homecare invited the local community to come along and find out about the range of services available. It also offered an opportunity for those working in the care industry, or wishing to start a career in the care profession, to come and meet the team to find out about a range of job opportunities that are available at Manorcourt Homecare across the region.

Kayleigh Thorne, manager of Manorcourt Homecare’s Saffron Walden branch said: “Firstly, we would like to extend our thanks to the Mayor, Councillor Asker, for coming along to our open day. It was lovely to spend the time with her and to provide an insight into the work we do across the area, in order to help people with a range of needs. I would also like to thank those who visited us – people don’t always realise that such services are available on their doorstep and so it’s great to be able to get into the heart of the community so people know help is at hand.”

Added Kayleigh: “As part of the open day, I also visited the day centre at Jubilee Gardens where I got to meet a lovely group of people. They were happy to chat with us and to hear about the work we do in and around Saffron Walden.”

Manorcourt Homecare offers a range of services, including providing assistance with personal care routines, such as bathing and dressing, domestic tasks such as washing, ironing, cooking and shopping, to assisting those who require more complex care support packages or 24/7 live-in care for short or long term periods, in addition to coordinating respite placements into residential care.

A private-pay tailored care service, My Way, is also available to those who wish to select the care they need, at the times they want and on the days that suit them. Whether assistance is required on a regular or temporary basis, the My Way service means individuals can access as little or as much support as is needed, for as long as required.

Manorcourt Homecare specialises in delivering tailored care services for people who wish to remain in their own homes for as long as possible.

Please call for more information on the range of services or to find out more about job opportunities.

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