Anchor is committed to dignity drive


Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Anchor Homes has been recognised for its commitment to quality dementia training for its staff, boosting a government campaign to exceed its target number of ‘dignity champions’ across the UK.

At a working lunch at ‘dignity ambassador’ Sir Michael Parkinson’s restaurant, The Royal Oak, in Maidenhead, care services minister Phil Hope and Sir Michael learnt how Anchor Homes’ commitment has helped the Department of Health pass its goal of 3,000 Dignity Champions nation-wide.


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