Pharma company lends a helping hand at Buckinghamshire care home


Staff from global pharmaceutical company Allergan have been lending a helping hand at Marlow-based care home Sir Aubrey Ward House.

The home, which is run by local care provider and charity, The Fremantle Trust, provides person-centred care for older people and those living with dementia.

Ceri Clarke, activity coordinator at Sir Aubrey Ward House, said: “We thoroughly enjoyed meeting the team from Allergan and were really grateful to them for working their magic in the garden and taking time to get to know residents. The team from Allergan not only made a difference to the garden but also brought passion and energy, which was great to see.”

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Gerry Muhle, vice president of International Strategic Marketing, Ophthalmology, at Allergan added: “The team is delighted and proud to support the incredible work carried out by Sir Aubrey Ward House. Working in the healthcare environment, we are well aware that dementia knows no social, economic, ethnic or geographical boundaries. Furthermore, we understand the impact this can have on the lives of people living with dementia, as well as their family and friends. We hope our efforts help to make a positive difference to both residents and employees at Sir Aubrey Ward House.”

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