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South Cheshire homecare company wins award

15th November 2007 @ 5:05pm – by Audlem Webteam
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Joanna Lee, who manages the Crewe office of Bluebird Care, serving the boroughs of Crewe & Nantwich and Congleton, has contacted Audlem Online. Joanna says that ensuring that people in out-lying rural villages like Audlem know the service is available to them is a key objective. She says:

"Bluebird Care is a community provider of care services into the homes of older people and physically disabled adults. The aim of the company is to help vulnerable people retain their independence in the home they love, providing a real alternative to residential care.

"At a prestigious award event in Oxford on November 10th, the South Cheshire office was awarded the "Spirit of Bluebird Care Award", marking their consistently excellent care standards, and for maintaining the "Bluebird" ethos.

"Carers are fully trained and undergo enhanced disclosure checks with the Criminal Records Bureau before delivering care. Help with getting up, washing, dressing, getting into bed, pension collecting, domestic help and companionship are all part of what Bluebird offers, with visits as brief as 15 minutes to an hour or more. Sleep-in services and full live-in care can be arranged.

"Paul Tarsey, who set up the original Bluebird Care office in Hampshire, is often asked "Why the name "Bluebird"?

Paul's family had close associations with the famous Bluebird CN7 land speed record car in the 1960s. The car, conceived and driven by the late Donald Campbell, was the first to achieve over 400 mph when in 1964 at Lake Eyre, Australia he set a new World Land Speed Record of 403.1mph after many setbacks and difficulties."

Joanna can be contacted on 01270 617081 or Fax: 01270 580660. The website is www.bluebirdcare.co.uk (The website link that was here no longer works)


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