Hill Care works with National Citizenship Service to enhance residents’ lives


Posted on September 26th, by geoff in CT Extra. Comments Off on Hill Care works with National Citizenship Service to enhance residents’ lives

Caring Times, October 2016

Care home operator Hill Care continues to work closely with local National Citizenship Service (NCS) groups whereby young volunteers aged 15-17 are having a huge impact on the lives of elderly residents and the partnerships are working exceptionally well.

Recently, Middlesbrough Football Club NCS spent a week at Mandale House in Stockton, as part of their social action project. “We have a great relationship with the Middlesbrough FC NCS group, as they visit several of our Teesside homes throughout the year,” said Hill Care customers relations officer Liz Jones.

Hill Care operates 18 care homes across the North of England.





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