In the season all about giving, Eastwood Court care home has issued an appeal, asking kind-hearted members of the public to send its residents Christmas cards.
Eastwood Court on Eastwoodmains Road has launched the Christmas card campaign to strengthen the home’s sense of community and relationship with the local area, as well as being able to display the festive cards around the home.
As part of the initiative, Eastwood Court care home has asked for the public to include a short message about their plans this Christmas inside the card for the residents to read and discuss.
Mary Burke 88, resident at Eastwood Court care home, said: “I’m really looking forward to receiving the cards and I’m particularly eager to hear about everyone’s plans. Everyone has their own traditions at Christmas and it will be great to hear about what everyone is getting up to.”
Brenda Szumlakowski, manager at Eastwood Court care home, said: “Christmas is always a fun time here at Eastwood. The home is always full of residents’ friends and families as well as having lots of lovely decoration.
“We are all looking forward to receiving cards from our local community and can’t wait to display them around the home.”
You can send Christmas cards to Eastwood Court at 1 Eastwoodmains Road, Giffnock, Glasgow G46 6QB.
Eastwood Court forms part of Larchwood Care and is managed by Healthcare Management Solutions. Eastwood is regulated by the Care Inspectorate.
Across the Larchwood portfolio, the regulator ratings reflect the exceptionally high standards of care given and the drive of every team member to continually improve the care they give.
"Christmas is always a fun time here at Eastwood. The home is always full of residents friends and families as well as having lots of lovely decoration."
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