We recently launched our first-ever team in Buckinghamshire. Our journey to this point has been nothing short of incredible, and it’s all about our commitment to providing local care for local people. At the core of our mission is our dedication to helping people live the life they want, right in the comfort of their own homes. And our latest expansion into High Wycombe and its surrounding areas is another step to help even more people!
At Bellevie, we’re not just in the business of providing care; we’re in the business of building connections, creating bonds, and making our communities stronger one smiling face at a time. Our secret? We’re not just any care provider; we’re your neighbours, friends, and fellow community members.
BelleVie Care, the multi-award-winning care-at-home provider, is proud to celebrate the pivotal role that Abingdon, Oxfordshire, has played in their journey towards becoming one of the UK’s leading providers of compassionate and premium home care services.
Recruiting people into social care is hard. We’re working against a history of an undervalued and underpaid profession. Despite these challenges, at BelleVie we’re disrupting traditional recruitment practices to create a society that values fulfilling careers in care. We’re doing this by reimagining the recruitment process and encouraging new people into the sector. Because we know there are extraordinary people out there waiting for the right opportunity to use their compassion and empathy.
Growing older is something that should be celebrated. But as our ageing population increases, it’s vital that everyone in our communities is supported to live life to the fullest. We should be striving to support older people to thrive at home, not just survive.
All of us working in social care know that something needs to change. There are around 13,000 people stuck in hospital beds in England who could be discharged if only the right support was in place. But with more than 165,000 job vacancies in adult social care alone, the system is under immense strain.
At Marden Court in Whitley Bay, Mondays have a different rhythm. Every other Monday, something exciting unfolds in this community. Residents gather for an engaging and exciting activity: chair dance! As music flows through the communal room, residents find joy, laughter, and a good dose of exercise while seated comfortably.