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Akari Care Oct 5
Our Cake Decorating Competition is in full swing, the first entry comes from St Marks Court in Gateshead and the pumpkin cake that the residents have made looks amazing!
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Akari Care Sep 21
World Alzheimer's Day at Wordsworth House. Ponies bring big smiles to residents faces.
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Akari Care Sep 6
This month's Healthcare Business Magazine features Akari's CEO writing about our sectors' unsung heroes
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Akari Care Jul 13
Strong community links at Charlton Court & Battle Hill Primary School
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Akari Care Jul 13
activities galore at Ayresome Court!
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Equal Arts Jul 12
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Akari Care Jul 12
No job too big, no job too small for our wonderful staff at Alexandra House, Gateshead!
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Akari Care Jul 11
emotions running high at our Wallace House Open Day....
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Akari Care Jul 11
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Akari Care Jul 10
Introducing Akari Care's first Care Maker!
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Ali Thomas Jul 5
Celebrating 70 years of the NHS and joint working with Akari Care in the community
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Akari Care Jul 6
A £10,000 community project has seen older people and school pupils working together to create a play celebrating the lives of the Dodds Sisters.
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Akari Care Jul 5
Activities are a big part of our residents week at Ayresome Court in Yarm
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Akari Care Jul 5
Our residents at Silver Lodge enjoyed National Scarecrow Day earlier this week!
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Akari Care Jun 14
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Akari Care Jun 13
Local celebrity visits are the best!
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Akari Care Jun 13
Our residents had a wonderful time on a recent visit to Chester Zoo!
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Akari Care Jun 11
Replying to @SpringBoardHC
The soap in question was part of the resident's personal toiletries. Staff were not aware he had been given it by relatives. He had no ill effects and still resides safely in the home. Akari takes safety and care of residents v seriously. BBC story is substantially out of context
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Akari Care Jun 11
Replying to @WalesOnline
The soap in question was part of the resident's personal toiletries. Staff were not aware he had been given it by relatives. He had no ill effects and still resides safely in the home. Akari takes safety and care of residents v seriously. BBC story is substantially out of context
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