An update on our progress and the current picture, taking account of the latest Government announcements on the easing of some of the lockdown restrictions.
We are so proud of our staff teams and the amazing work they do, each and every day to support people to maintain their independence, enjoy life and fulfil their potential. At this time they are working tirelessly to ensure our customers’ health and wellbeing is paramount, whilst dealing with the concerns and challenges that every member of our society is facing right now.
At Optalis it is always our top priority to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all our customers and colleagues. The government has stated that the UK is prepared for all eventualities regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). With new cases emerging in the UK, we want to keep you updated with the safety information and steps that Optalis is taking. Optalis follows the advice provided by Public Health England and the Department of Health and Social Care. This means as a social care provider we have a plan.
A book celebrating the value, experience and contribution of older people with a collection of their memories, photos and poems.
Judging day at the National British Care Awards brings Mandy Loveday one step nearer to the grand final.
Optalis SES receives recognition for their constant hard work and demonstrates the excellence that the service provides
Optalis is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a contract to provide care and support services for an Extra Care scheme in Abingdon – our first substantial contract in Oxfordshire.
This week is national Carers Week, aiming to raise awareness of caring and the challenges Carers face. Optalis is hosting a Cafe for Carers on Friday 19 June to offer support and a few hours respite.
Optalis is encouraging members of the public to find out more about dementia by attending a free Dementia Friends information session on Saturday 16 May. Sign up here!
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