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Friday, 25 September 2020


Brunelcare recognise the value of social care by creating emotive video

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BRUNELCARE has captured some heartwarming images and videos from across its Care Homes, Extra Care Housing sites, Community Living Schemes and Home Care, to create a touching video highlighting the tremendous efforts of the charity’s social care workers.

Over the past few weeks, Brunelcare has been collating footage in an effort to recognise how vital each role at the charity is, how every role can make a huge difference and how passion for care is at the forefront of what the organisation does.

The two and a half -minute-long video includes a collection of carers talking about their day-to-day role during Coronavirus. It includes residents and tenants holding up signs and speaking messages of love to family and friends, and it even shows carers, residents and tenants dancing outside in a bid to boost morale during isolation.

Oona Goldsworthy, Brunelcare’s CEO said:

“The video is so emotional and really does capture what we do at Brunelcare, not just during these uncertain times, but each and every day. It’s vital that care workers are given the recognition they deserve as the roles they play are vital to how we operate as a charity. I feel so privileged to be a part of the organisation and the video will explain why. It really is amazing!”

To find out more about a role at Brunelcare or to volunteer with us visit: brunelcare.org.uk

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