Britannia Care – Enjoying a Wonderful Summer

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With summer in full swing, Britannia Care residents and staff had a great time.

Weather permitting, staff have been able to make the most of sunny days, accompanying residents on day trips and visits to local parks and gardens, ensuring those in their care enjoy advantages of the summer months.

Being able to get outside on a regular basis is a real boost to the well-being of everyone involved, with huge mental and physical health benefits.

Residents enjoy regular visits to local parks and gardens

Add to all these outdoor activities the abundance of seasonal produce such as fresh salads and summer fruit, and Britannia’s catering arm serves healthy and nutritious meals that reflect the season. Summer on a plate, in fact.

Mr Chaudhry Inayat Khan, Founder and Director of Britannia Care, said: “Summer fun at Britannia Care began with the Queen’s Jubilee, and we were very fortunate to have such good weather and has enabled our Britannia care team to enjoy and accompany our residents on trips and excursions.

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“While covid has not gone away and we still need to be vigilant, the laws and regulations regarding covid have all been removed and this has benefited our residents as we have been able to enjoy a wider range of activities .”

As Britannia Care is a purpose-built facility, they were able to include in the design important elements essential to providing high quality care, such as lift access to all floors and corridors wide enough to accommodate aides. of support, ensuring residents have a place they can call their own.

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Britannia Care Co-Director Mr Anis Khan said: “The thought we have put into the design of Britannia Care is reflected in our philosophy of care and how we support our residents in the best possible way. In addition to the wellness benefits derived from activities and outings, we also seek to improve the health of residents through food, by providing nutritious, healthy and tasty meals.

“And it is important that we ensure that residents can also stay hydrated.

“At this time of year, with such wonderful produce available, we are able to offer a range of fantastic salads and juices, as well as enjoying the weather and hosting BBQs.”

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Afternoon Tea at Britannia CareAfternoon tea at Britannia Care

Britannia Care’s multilingual staff have a long history of providing care to the region’s multicultural community, with over 30 years of experience, knowledge and understanding in providing specialist care to a diverse clientele.

As well as taking pride in the facilities, activities and level of care provided by the highly trained staff at Britannia Care, the group also pride themselves on being very accessible, ensuring that there is a member of staff who you can talk to, who are only too happy to walk you through everything you need to know about Britannia caring for a loved one.

If you need to speak to Britannia Care about a loved one, please contact Britannia Care Manager Nina Butor on: 01274 49 48 47.

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