One of Housing 21's very own Care Workers stars in the July/August issue of the Boots Health and Beauty Magazine, which is available in Boots stores now.
Nelab Sabiri, a Care Worker at Belsize Court, who is also part of our Today I Was recruitment campaign, is on the front page of the magazine with three other frontline workers. In the feature named ‘This is what kindness looks like’ she shares her inspirational story of working in care during the COVID-19 crisis.
Nelab, who also works as a nurse, talks about the impact that not being able to hug or hold hands with residents has had on her and how many now refer to her as family.
You can read the full story over on the Boots Health and Beauty website.
Carers Week 2020 - Employee stories
We are committed to supporting our employees who have caring responsibilities outside of their main role at Housing 21. This Carers Week we are delighted to be able to share some of their stories with you.
Housing 21 Joins Harry's Pledge - Social Housing's Commitment to Carers
From providing independent living with access to on-site care and support in Extra Care, to building fully accessible homes in our new build schemes, we are committed to caring for our communities.
Outstanding care in Ipswich
An Ispwich Extra Care scheme for people over the age of 55 has been rated ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) following an inspection this month. Oak House on Bentley Lane in Stutton, operated by Housing 21, is now 'Outstanding'.