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Hunts Post Award Finalist

Nice to be recognised for our community outreach, as a new service, at a new site, we wanted to make a positive impression, so; When we could, we employed local and purchased local We offered out rooms not scheduled to be open at first phase to our Third sector and NHS partners for their own team meetings and training sessions. We provided free dementia awareness training to a all our local companies (including the builders on our own site) So a real bonus to be a finalist for just doing...

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Dementia Bedroom

The term ‘challenging behaviour’ should be banned

Sue Hahn, the Marbrook Centre’s General Manager, explains why she thinks the term ‘challenging behaviour’ should be banned in her article for YoungDementia UK. Click here to read the article.

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Wanted: Senior OT and Head Housekeeper

We are growing our team again. We are recruiting for a Senior Occupational Therapist and a Head Housekeeper. Although these are two very different roles, needing specific qualifications and experiences, both positions require the same drive to make a real difference in the lives of the people we support. Our residents are all living after a life changing incident, whether that is post Stroke, Acquired Brain Injury or living with dementia, our first goal is to support them to have real choice and control over their lives again. So if...

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Excellence in neurological care and rehabilitation

Carers Cafe, opening in September

Join us at the Carers Cafe Neuro launch on 27th September 2016 from 10.30am – 12.30pm. The Carers Cafe Neuro is a welcoming place for carers of adults with acquired or long-term neurological conditions and the people they care for to meet. Come and meet the staff and volunteers of Carers Trust Cambridgeshire, MS Society, Headway Cambridgeshire and Parkinson’s UK at the newly opened Marbrook Centre, Phoenix Park, Eaton Socon, St Neots, PE19 8EP. Unfortunately we cannot provide support with care. Bookings are essential so please contact Carers Trust Cambridgeshire...

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Jonathan Djanogly

MPs, teas and cakes

Did you come to our open day? As part of the National Care Home Open Day, the Marbrook Centre welcomed lots of people to come in to meet some of the therapy team and get a better understanding of what a neurological centre does. One of the first to arrive to support us was our local MP, Jonathan Djanogly, who spent over an hour chatting to residents and staff while taking a tour of the building. So what did he think about us? “I was pleased to visit the Marbrook...

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