Monthly Archives: July 2015

All about Annie…Melmount Manor Care Home

July 22nd, 2015 (No Comments)

My name is Annie Frobisher and I am the Registered Manager of Melmount Manor in Strabane, I have had this privilege since December 2010.

Wedded Bliss is celebrated at Melmount Manor Care Home

July 22nd, 2015 (No Comments)

The wedding of Miss Bernadette Blee and Mr Thomas O’Neill, affectionately known as Bernie and Tam, took place at 1.00pm on June 6th 2015 at St Patrick’s Church, Dunamanagh.

A Day with Daisy

July 22nd, 2015 (No Comments)

              Pet Therapy is aimed at improving residents social, emotional, and cognitive functioning.  It is also hoped that the use of animals as a therapy method can be motivational and stimulating for those involved.  Residents were thrilled when Greenhaw Lodge’s new Activity Co-ordinator, Colleen Doherty brought in her pet […]

Culmore Manor Care Assistant Karolanne goes the distance

July 7th, 2015 (No Comments)

Karolanne Dillon has been a Care Assistant at Culmore Manor Care Home for over 15 years. On Sunday 31st May 2015, Karolanne took part in The Walled City Marathon in Londonderry. The motivation for her heroic test of stamina was Rhys.  

Glebe Trotters Boccia Team

July 7th, 2015 (No Comments)

In May, Margaret Graham, Josie Parkhill and Mabel Finnamore were selected to represent Glebe Care Centre in a Boccia tournament in the Spectrum Centre, Tennent Street, Belfast.

A Gem of a Birthday for Pearl at Apple Blossom Lodge

July 7th, 2015 (No Comments)

Pearl, a long standing member of our house keeping team at Apple Blossom Lodge,celebrated her 70th birthday on 29th April.  What she didn’t know was that her colleagues would be celebrating with her!  

Larchwood Care (NI) Limited
First Floor

Unit 16 Crescent Industrial Estate
Ballinderry Road
Lisburn

BT28 2GN

Tel: 028 92 669 360

Further to the recent announcement by the Health Minister, facilitating contact with your loved ones will need to be formally risk assessed to ensure that visiting can happen in the safest way possible. Guidelines have just been received which will need to be considered carefully. Communication around how the organisation will commence visiting will be issued at the start of next week.

Visiting will remained closed until then, however we would encourage virtual visiting and telephone contact with the Homes to continue, as we know that this has worked really well so far. Our main focus will always be the safety of all residents and staff within our care. Our staff teams have been superb and continue to demonstrate their dedication and commitment in keeping your loved ones protected at this time.

Many thanks for your continued support, understanding and patience.

Nuala Green
Managing Director