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Partnering with The Brain Charity

The Good Care Group (TGCG) is excited to share that we have formed a partnership with The Brain Charity. This charity was chosen, as we resonated with their mission to enable all those affected by neurological conditions to live longer, healthier, happier lives. We also have a number of dedicated, brave and creative people at…...
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EVER-Model

Introducing our new model for dementia care – ‘EVER’

The Good Care Group is excited to announce the launch of our new model for dementia care, ‘EVER’. This has been uniquely developed by our very own Admiral Nurse, Dr Jane Pritchard and Occupational Therapist, Jackie Cooper, who both have a breadth of knowledge and experience in the industry to develop an innovative model, that…...
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Leading live-in care provider’s outstanding services recognised with two award nominations

Award winning and CQC rated ‘Outstanding’ live-in-care provider, The Good Care Group has been nominated for a series of awards recognising its expertise and excellence in live-in care and supporting people living with dementia. Its Admiral Nurse, Dr Jane Pritchard, has been shortlisted as a finalist in the category of 'The Dementia Nurse Award' in…...
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Introducing Our New Television Advert: ‘Home is where the heart is’

At The Good Care Group, we have always believed that home is more than just a place - it is where families begin and where many fond memories are made. That is why we are excited to announce our latest television advertisement ‘Home is where the heart is’, that has been designed to outline the…...
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Disabled Access Day: Making public spaces safer for older people

How does Disabled Access Day support older people? Disabled Access Day encourages people with mobility issues to visit a new place or try a new experience they may have been unsure of previously. Developed to celebrate and encourage good disabled access in public spaces, this initiative enables people with mobility challenges (including older people) to…...
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