Leigh care home spreads expertise for dignity day

Resident Arthur Marsden with care manager Emma Idle

Resident Arthur Marsden with care manager Emma Idle

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A CARE home campaign hopes to teach people about the importance of dignity.

Brideoake Care Home in Leigh is on a mission to raise awareness of the need for dignity by holding an afternoon tea party and a training session.

The event is being help on January 31 from 2pm until 4pm to tie in with National Dignity Day on February 2.

Care manager Emma Idle said: “We want to show people that we do treat our residents with dignity and help them understand how important it is.

“Our staff will run a role play session that will imagine several situations that happen here on a daily basis so that they can see how we deal with them.”

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