Minister for Care Caroline Dinenage has visited WCS Care’s Castle Brook home and Innovation Hub in Kenilworth in the West Midlands.
Market leading care home provider WCS Care shared the benefits of its digital technologies during a panel session at The Care Show 2018 yesterday.
Known for his desire to improve care by questioning norms and pushing boundaries, Ed Russell, has continued to implement changes at WCS Care’s homes which are generating interest from peers across the sector.
When Christine gave the go-ahead for WCS Care’s Director of Innovation and Development, Ed Russell, to create an innovation hub at Castle Brook care home in Kenilworth she knew they were creating something different, and taking inspiration from Kevin Costner’s Field of Dreams – ‘if you build it, they will come’ – thought there would be some interest in WCS Care’s innovation, creativity and care model from other providers in the sector.
In what is believed to be a Warwickshire first, WCS Care has launched a rooftop bowling green at its Castle Brook care home in Kenilworth.
Leading ‘outstanding’ care provider WCS Care has begun construction of a £7.5m specialist dementia home.
WCS Care Group CEO Christine Asbury is among the keynote speakers at this year’s R&RA AMG and Conference on April 19 in the City of London.