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The Golden Age of Hollywood
We take a look at how iconic Hollywood films can help bring back special memories for a client with dementia. The costumes, the hair and make-up, the iconic lines – who can resist quoting Humphrey Bogart’s: “Here’s looking at you, kid”.
From One Carer... to Another
Carers contact us from time to time with what they call ‘pet hates’; small issues which may be annoying but easily solved. With patience and understanding, we can overcome most problems with practical efficiency.
Finalists in the Skills for Care Accolade Awards 2018
The Consultus Care Training Centre was delighted to have been chosen as one of three finalists for the ‘Best Endorsed Provider of Learning and Development’ category, of the 2018 Skills for Care Accolade Awards.
Consultus Book Club
Since the launch of the Book Club in January 2017, we have so far recommended six books for carers to read and were also delighted to have hosted competitions to win copies of three of these brilliant books.
Exploring Royal Tunbridge Wells
Royal Tunbridge Wells has always been seen with grace and elegance, revered buildings and parks held dear by residents and visitors alike. It hosts opulent and stylish department stores, dress shops, jewellers, cafés and restaurants.
Toll Roads and Congestion Zones
Driving across the country used to be a long and time consuming affair which took large parts of the day but thanks to the network of bridges, motorways and bypasses, long-distance travel may be a lot faster these days.
Glorious Gloria welcomes our Carers and Nurses to Long Standing Carer and Nurses Awards
Consultus opened its doors to our wonderful Carers and Nurses for our annual Long-standing Carers and Nurses Awards Luncheon!
Here be Dragons!
Consultus enters the Tonbridge Dragon Boat Race! A wonderfully exciting day was had by all, when Consultus staff grabbed oars and lifejackets in order to speed up and down the River Medway at the Tonbridge Dragon Boat Race.
Client story: Dr Colin Baddiel
We asked Dr Baddiel’s sons, Ivor and David, about living with the consequences of their father’s dementia, Pick’s disease.