Rowan Gardens, a Very Sheltered Development in Greenock celebrated Halloween in style this year with its own self-decorated ghoulish party.
Bield are looking for social activity volunteers to encourage tenants to socialise together in Milton Court, their retirement development in Portobello. Social activity volunteers encourage tenants to socialise together within the development by leading agreed social activities in the communal loung
Mary’s Kitchen at Whitehill Court Day Care Centre in Kirkintilloch is set for a £2,000 boost after Bield received a generous donation from The Eagle Lodge in Bishopbriggs. The Annual Sportsman’s dinner, which is held every year at The Eagle Lodge, raised an impressive £6500 in aid of three cho
Maureen Richardson Housing and care provider Bield is taking full advantage of advances in technology to create services that enable service-users to lead fuller, more flexible lives, while at the same time reducing the workload of care providers.
Bield’s day care centre at Thornhill Court in Falkirk hosted an open evening this week to highlight the importance of its Evening Support Service. The project has made a life changing impact on a number of tenants and their families as well as many other older people in the Falkirk area.
Housing and care provider Bield is looking for a volunteer befriender to support an older person who lives in Moorfoot Court, a retirement housing development in Bonnyrigg. Volunteer befrienders build positive relationships with service users, visiting them on a regular basis in their flats and spen
Susan Napier Housing and care provider Bield has appointed a new chair who has revealed her desire to keep the charity “caring, innovative and strong” into the future.
Manager Margaret McEwan with tenant Bill Hunt - photo by Bethany Allchin Red carpet glamour has made an appearance at Bield’s retirement housing development in Kirkintilloch as tenants and staff celebrated the people who have made an outstanding contribution to the development.
Bield is looking for a volunteer befriender to support an older person who lives in Donaldson Court, a Very Sheltered Housing Development in Leith. Volunteer befrienders help service users who feel isolated or who are unable to get out very easily on their own by giving their time on a one-to-one ba
Gerry O’Sullivan The retiring chair of housing, care and support services for older people provider Bield has underlined the importance of people who have devoted their lives to work the in sector.
Tenants at a retirement housing development in Stirling have been keeping fit with a novel exercise programme that is making everyone sit up and take notice. The seated exercise class, at Bield’s Allan Park House, meets once a week and has been keeping tenants active and social for a year.
Housing and care provider Bield is looking for a lunch club assistant to help organise opportunities for social interaction within its Stewart Court retirement housing development in West Calder and the wider community. Craig Meek, manager at Westport, said: “Lunch club assistants play a vital rol
Bield's Westport sheltered housing development in Linlithgow is looking for social activity assistants to help organise opportunities for social interaction within the development and the wider community. Emma Sowerby, manager at Westport, said, “Social Activity Assistants and Lunch Club Assistant
Bield's Westport sheltered housing development in Linlithgow is looking for social activity assistants to help organise opportunities for social interaction within the development and the wider community. Emma Sowerby, manager at Westport, said: “Social activity assistants and lunch club assistant
Ann and John Kinsman A husband and wife at a Bield retirement housing development in Fife have donned their life jackets to help ensure the safety of the local community, including wildlife, by volunteering with their local Coastwatch.