A look back at 2018
Firstly, thank you all for your support during 2018, Mental Health is always a rewarding and challenging area as you know and we have enjoyed working with you, our team and our Services Users.Our Discharge 2 Assess pathway in partnership with Lancashire Care Foundation Trust has continued to be a resounding success with successful pathways on average at just over 10 weeks upon discharge.
Join us for a celebratory lunch – Thursday 5th April
To mark achieving Outstanding rating on The Hamptons we would like to invite you to join us in our celebrations The day will also be an opportunity for any nurses who may be looking for a new challenge to talk to our staff team about working with us at Active Pathways.
Active Pathways is celebrating today as The Hamptons Rehabilitation Hospital achieves outstanding CQC rating. This phenomenal achievement reflects the commitment and hard work of the staff who always ensure the best possible care for service users.
An article published by the BBC identifies:
- The Hamptons Bamber Bridge is now just one of six independent hospitals rated as “outstanding” in England that provides rehabilitation mental health services.
- The Outstanding rating follows a visit by three inspectors in November 2017 who witnessed staff “going the extra mile” for their patients, men aged 18-65.
- The CQC singled out the “caring” staff who were “well-led” by senior staff at the 14-bed hospital.
- Brian Cranna, Head of Mental Health Inspection in the North West, said: “We saw lots of outstanding care being delivered, and managers who were passionate about both patient care and staff welfare.”
RMN Janet Redding and Service user Robert Scott bravely shed their locks for Macmillan this week raising over £400! We just wanted to say a huge thank you for their courage and support to this worthy cause.
Janet Redding, RMN on Brookhaven shared, “Macmillan is a charity close to my heart, as an organisation we encourage our service users to get involved in charities and fundraising as a way of supporting our service users to increase their self-esteem, help with giving them a role in society which charity work can do.”
I was impressed with their response and how generous everyone has been. I particularly want to thank my shaving buddy Robert for helping to raise over £400.
Our Head Chef, Sam Dupuis organised a cake and coffee afternoon in aid of Macmillan cancer support. Both service users and staff got into the spirit of the fundraiser, even practising weeks in advance! The afternoon was a great success and we’re delighted to present Macmillan with over £150. There’s no doubt there will be future bake offs after the success of this recent afternoon
Certificate of appreciation received from St Catherine’s Hospice for contributions
to the Hospice throughout the year.
A big thank you to all the staff at Brookhaven and the Hamptons who have
contributed to this very worth while cause.
Well done to Janet, one of our nurses on Brookhaven who in her spare time volunteers with the Church Lads and Church Girls Brigade.
Janet, seen here with members of her company, joined the Remembrance Sunday Parade in London.
Brookhaven has received a ‘Good’ rating in all areas, following a recent unnanounced CQC Inspection. This means that all Active Pathways’ services have achieved a ‘Good’ Rating under the new Inspection system.
Thank you to all staff involved and we look forward to progressing our Pathway to achieving ‘Outstanding’!
Staff at Burrowbeck Community Care in Lancaster held Cup Cake Day to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s society. There were some lovely bakes including Chocolate Fudge Cake, Lemon Drizzle, Victoria Sponge and Honey Cake. Great work and thank you to everyone involved.
During a recent unannounced CQC Inspection Burrowbeck Community Care received a ‘Good’ CQC rating in all areas.