Letters Of Thanks

Yvonne, February 24, 2019

Thank you for the wonderful care Mum received at Acorn Court.  The moment we walked into Acorn Court and Monica showed us around we knew it would be the right place for Mum.

It was a difficult decision to move Mum into a care home and we were apprehensive, but we couldn’t have found a better place for her.  From the time she arrived the care and compassion given to her was exceptional.  Mum was frightened to get out of bed following a fall in her flat, the Carers were patient with her and nothing was too much trouble.

She enjoyed talking with all members of staff about her children, our Dad and her life.  Sometimes when I visited her, I could hear laughter coming from her room, she was enjoying a conversation with a Carer.

She knew she wasn’t in her flat, but never thought she was in a care home and often asked us to get her some shopping or some sausages out of the freezer.

I am going to miss my visits to Acorn Court, whenever I walked through the door, I was greeted with a smile and a chat by all members of staff.

Once again thank you to everyone at Acorn Court for taking care of Mum.


Nigel Young and Cathy Gant, February 20, 2019

A huge thank you goes out to Acorn Court and especially the people allocated to look after Maggie (Young) for all the kindness and professionalism shown to her and her two families during a year of such difficulty for her loved one, and particularly during her last few weeks of life.

We cannot express how wonderful you all were, kindly bringing her in for baths which made our situation at home so much easier, then taking her in as one for the Acorn family when we could longer cope.

With our grateful thanks, and keep up the good work – others will surely benefit from your continued help and dedication.

Nigel Young and Cathy Gant

Kath Johnson, February 20, 2019

Dear Amy

A huge thank you to you and all your colleagues for all you do organising events and Alison for transporting residents to appointments and outings.

Thank you for the Valentine’s excursion.


Kath Johnson