Jennie Falconer and the care team will be holding a ‘Coffee and Connect’ event. This will take place on Thursday 18 April. It will be for local businesses, community groups and individuals from Beverley and beyond.
From 11.00AM to 2.00PM the branch will be opening its doors. Staff will be providing coffee, cake and a comfortable space for the local community to get to know each other.
While at the event it is hoped they can and share ideas in an informal setting.
Branch Manager, Jennie Falconer, said;
“This is our first community event since we opened our doors in October last year. It is a great opportunity for like-minded businesses and individuals to learn more about what we do.”
“As well as this, we can really get to know others in the local area while finding out what services that may benefit our own customers.”
“It’s also a chance to attract potential carers to Helping Hands. We have a growing customer base and are always seeking good care staff to support our customers.”
“We’re certainly looking forward to meeting some new faces and hopefully building a great rapport with the local community.”
“You don’t need an invite – anyone is welcome to come along for a cup of tea and slice of cake.”
Helping Hands Hope To Host More Events Should This One Be Succesful
If successful, Jennie hopes to run these gatherings on a regular basis and involving as many locals as possible.
The team at the branch is made up of 10 members of staff, who provide visiting care to individuals living with a variety of conditions across Beverley, Hull and the surrounding areas.
These range from dementia, Parkinson’s and stroke to spinal injuries, muscular dystrophy and also cerebral palsy.
This year also marks the 30th birthday of the company, which began in the leafy suburbs of Warwickshire.
Now with over 90 branches nationwide, Helping Hands is one of the largest and most experienced providers of homecare in the UK.
For more information, you can also call Jennie and the team on 01482 453 725.