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2016 Dementia Awareness Week

This year for Dementia Awareness Week 2016, Eyeway Signs were contacted by John Taylor Hospice to discuss their signage, as the hospice had recently undergone a huge refurbishment to freshen up the interior and to make the hospice more Dementia friendly. During discussions they had mentioned that a number of local companies were donating time to help with the refurbishment as part of Dementia Awareness Week 2016. So after talking it through we all agreed that we would donate a day out of our week to fit the signage that they had ordered.

John Walton, Owner of Baily House " The effort put in by the team from Eyeway Signs was really appreciated, a thoroughly enjoyable day for our residents and their families. Days like these make a huge difference to the lives of the residents and make our jobs so enjoyable, we are looking forward to next year!"

To find out more please click below to watch the team in action and the fantastic staff and residents at Baily Care Home.



2015 Dementia Awareness Week

Gary Dixon, National Account Manager and Shelley Stokes, Internal Account Manager, volunteered at Woodleigh Care's Baily House in Mansfield on the 21st of May, as part of Dementia Awareness Week. Residents on the dementia care floor were entertained throughout the day with bingo, jigsaw puzzles and even a bit of dancing.

The day started with a reminiscence themed singer, dancing shoes at the ready and the dance floor was full. Before lunch, it was time to break out the jigsaw puzzles and listen to stories from the wonderful residents and their families. Bingo was next on the agenda, all eyes down and with surprising bingo calling skills from Gary which may result in a change of career! After a non-stop day, it was then time for afternoon tea and cakes.

John Walton, Owner of Baily House " The effort put in by the team from Eyeway Signs was really appreciated, a thoroughly enjoyable day for our residents and their families. Days like these make a huge difference to the lives of the residents and make our jobs so enjoyable, we are looking forward to next year!"

To find out more please click below to watch the team in action and the fantastic staff and residents at Baily Care Home.



Eyeway Signs Charity Bean Bath Fundraising Event 2014

Eyeway Signs presented a cheque to Marc Shaw from the Alzheimer’s Society after a member of the Eyeway team completed a 7 hour baked bean bath during Dementia Awareness week in May 2014. With a visit from the Alzheimer’s Society and a generous donation of a bath and over 300 cans of beans from Bathroom City in Birmingham the event was a great success and £1155 was raised which is a fantastic achievement.