SweetTree’s co-founder Barry Sweetbaum has expressed concern over the issues faced by care providers as a result of staff shortages due to Brexit, the pandemic and an increase in demand for care in the community.
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Meet the winner and runners up of this year’s Jairo Medina Awards, which we celebrated at SweetTree Fields Farm.
SweetTree Fields Farm is a 14-acre rural retreat care farm, originally established in 2013, that has been designed to create positive experiences within a safe, nurturing, and social environment. It offers activities ranging from gardening and horticulture to woodwork and animal care, suitable for people of all ages and abilities.
SweetTree volunteered to be one of the first home care providers to take part in the pilots for the new inspection process for the Care Quality Commission (CQC).nIt involved a virtual ‘focused’ inspection – and SweetTree was delighted to be awarded a second consecutive Outstanding’ rating.
SweetTree Home Care Services are proud to announce that, despite the pandemic, we have once again been awarded an ‘Outstanding’ rating by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) – the care sector’s regulator.
A new award has been launched to mark National Dementia Carers Day (NDCD), founded by SweetTree Home Care Services, along with the Alzheimer’s Society.
Read about SweetTree’s commitment to maintaining the health and safety of our clients, support workers and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic many people have found themselves suddenly caring for a loved one, having to quickly learn the ins and outs of care. At SweetTree we have recognised the invaluable input of informal carers who are on the front-lines of care with us and want to do our part in supporting you by hosting a series of educational sessions.
The winner of the third annual Jairo Medina Award has been announced as SweetTree live-in carer Librado Flores
The 2018 Jairo Medina Award was presented at SweetTree’s Summer BBQ in August to Adriana ‘Mila’ Milagrosa.