If you’re a resident that uses Hanover Telecare, you should have someone who is a ‘nominated key holder’. This explains more about what this means. It’s worth giving your key holders a copy of this leaflet.
Hanover’s care at home service for older people in the Borders has received glowing results following a recent independent inspection. The service scored Grade 5 (very good) across the board in an inspection report published by the Care Inspectorate. The unannounced inspections by the regulator took place in December last year at the three developments at which[Read More…]
Hanover’s West Park Court sheltered development in Elgin held a party to celebrate a major anniversary in the history of the site. Tenants and staff at the development got together to enjoy a special buffet lunch to mark 25 years since it opened. They were joined for the occasion by newly appointed Hanover (Scotland) Board member Jo[Read More…]
Residents at Lochhead Court in Stewarton held a party to mark a major anniversary in the history of the site. The residents got together to enjoy a special buffet lunch to celebrate 20 years since the development opened. Musical entertainment was provided by local singer Jim Stirrat and residents were also given the chance to get[Read More…]