Well-being in difficult times

We hope that you, your family and friends are keeping safe and remaining in good spirits.

These are indeed unprecedented times and an extraordinary challenge for us all, in particular our front-line personnel including doctors, nurses, carers and those in the emergency services.

Our heart-felt gratitude goes out to them.

Please remember if you need confidential help, Mears has an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) that provides colleagues with useful advice and guidance for day-to-day enquiries.

The EAP service is a confidential 24/7, 365 days a year service.

Please remain safe, healthy and positive.

A picture paints a thousand words !!!!

We recently received an e-mail from Sarah Chaney, a support worker at Norton Court ECH in Beckenham, requesting assistance for the services-users to keep connected with their loved one during these difficult times.

The foundation granted Sarah's and our service-users wish by donating funds in order to purchase IPad to stay in touch.

It was a pleasure to assist with the purchasing of IPads to bring a smile to the service-user's faces.

Thank you for your thank you note Sarah.....

I just wanted to thank you all so very much for sending us the IPad.

These pictures do not show the complete joy that our service user, her Granddaughter and Great Grandson got from our maiden video call.

This gift will make such a difference to our service users in these strange and frightening times.

Once again ...THANK YOU! from all at Norton Court.

It was a pleasure to assist with the purchasing of the devices to bring a smile to the service-user's faces.


User-friendly technology at its best!




Gratitude in Good and Bad Times

It is during these difficult times that gratitude must become a deliberate, active practice. You must seek it out and when you find it you must celebrate that goodness, soak it up.

Gratitude can make our best days brighter, and it is the one thing that can help us make it through the tough times. It is not frivolous. Not a luxury. It is a coping strategy. And it works.

Stay healthy, Stay safe, Stay at home.