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Staff Incentive

Congratulations go to Jacqueline Everest who won £100.00 in our newest staff incentive for September!

A huge well done to all staff who were entered into this months’ incentive following excellent attendance.

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Employee of the Month

Congratulations to Lynette Bridgeman who is Employee of the Month for October in Domiciliary Care.

Congratulations also to Paula Jones who is the Employee of the Month for October at Bellwave House.

They were both rewarded with a £50.00 voucher.

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An update on Investors In People. We have been awarded the Silver Accreditation. Congratulations again to everyone!!!

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Congratulations to Laura Cooper who has won £100.00 in our newest staff incentive!

A huge well done to all staff who were entered into this months’ incentive following excellent attendance – Rebecca A, Lyndsey A, Lynette B, Lisa D, Nakita E, Jacqueline E, Susan F, Rebecca H, Alyson H, Dionne K, Lauren P, Justine R, Sara T and last but not least Natalie U.

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Serendipity celebrates 3 year anniversary for Domiciliary Care

Celebrating our three year anniversary this month, Serendipity Care and Support’s domiciliary care are happy to announce that their new office on New Road Porthcawl, has now been open a year on the 12.12.17 and has grown from strength to strength.

Managing Director, Steve Cosslett says: “Our domiciliary care has grown extensively in the last three years. Our main priority is that the care we provide is of the highest standard.”

From humble beginnings, Serendipity opened 6 years ago, from an idea generated by Managing Director, Steve Cosslett and Clinical Director/ Registered Mental Health Nurse Sian Penpraze.

After working as a mental health nurse for over 30 years, Sian Penpraze decided she wanted to contribute to an area, she believed, needed the extra support, this lead to the couple opening a care home in 2011, for young adults with schizophrenia.

“The idea was to provide a safe, secure and homely environment for the individuals, which I felt would enhance their mental wellbeing.” Sian says.

“Our domiciliary branch came about a few years later when social services approached us and asked if we would consider branching into domiciliary care.  This allowed us to extend our services into the community for people who need the support.”

Serendipity’s domiciliary care provide a wide range of personal and domestic care services, which are designed to help people who struggle with day-to-day living, and covers many areas including,Maesteg,  Bridgend, Porthcawl, North Cornelly, Pen Coed, Brackla and Pyle.

“Our carer’s are trained to the highest standard under the guidance of our manger Tracey Wyllis, guaranteeing that you are getting someone you can trust with your care.” Steve says.

“Our website is currently being updated, but all of our information including all of our services, carer’s training and testimonials will be available to be viewed online in the next couple of weeks.”

For more information on the services provided by Serendipity Care and Support, contact 01656 760840 or email or visit the office at 42a New Road, Porthcawl.

James WatkinsSerendipity celebrates 3 year anniversary for Domiciliary Care
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