Woman named 'resident ambassador' for local Banbury care home
A woman at Glebefields Care Home in Drayton, Banbury, has been named its 'resident ambassador.'
Laura Baker, the customer relationship manager at Barchester Healthcare, who runs the Glebefields Care Home, said: "We have a resident, Carole Cuthbert, who came to Glebefields on 22nd March 2020 in need of a nursing home after spending time in a hospice. Her family were told she was nearing the end of her life and they were utterly devastated.
"Fast forward a year and not only is Carole doing better than ever. She is our resident ambassador and we have all celebrated her 1st year anniversary since moving in.
She enjoyed a lovely pamper session, a nice hair cut by one of the staff members and was cooked her favourite Indian meal.
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Carole cannot thank our nurses and carers enough here at Glebefields in Drayton.
Nisha Shaji, general manager of the care home, said: "Carole is a fantastic ambassador, and is a lovely resident to have in our home. We are expecting a brand new refurbishment this year and we cannot wait to introduce more residents into the home like Carole."