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Our Super Hero!
The most fantastic video of “super hero” Mrs Hester and carer Megan Pasierbek, AKA COVID 19, has been sent into us.
Training Covid-19 Update
In view of the developing emergency COVID -19 situation effecting the UK, we have taken the decision to suspend, face to face training at our training centre until further notice.
Winter tips for keeping warm and healthy
January can sometimes drags on and the cold winter bites, elderly and vulnerable people can often struggle with dropping temperatures and loneliness. Here’s some simple tips to follow, to make sure you or your loved ones are care for, safe and happy this winter.
Finalist in the Skills for Care Accolades Awards!
The Consultus Care Training Centre is delighted to be named as one of the finalists of the Skills for Care Accolades awards. The awards recognises social care organisations who invest in their workforce so they can offer high quality services.
"to be able to make someone happier, to make their life easier is a wonderful thing"
It was with great pleasure that we recently caught up with our latest £500 Red Letter Day winner Jill Bullivant and within minutes of talking with Jill, about her caring career, it is clear that she genuinely loves what she does.
Consultus Training team WIN at the Home Care Awards 2019!
On Friday 24th May, the Consultus Training team attended the first Home Care Awards 2019, which took place at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington. Our dedicated team, made up of seven trainers and two administrators attended the lunchtime awards, and were thrilled to be crowned winners of the Training Expertise category.
Simple ways to reduce your risk of Dementia
What’s good for the heart is good for the brain reduce your risks of dementia.
Official Opening of our Training Centre
Consultus Care and Nursing celebrate official opening of new training centre suite extension with Tom Tugendhat MBE VR MP for Tonbridge and Malling.
“I love making a difference in someone’s life”
For some, the thought of starting a new career later in life might seem scary, but for Karen Scheffer the decision was life changing in the best possible way.