EAM House Coffee Morning

Sep 28, 2018
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Category: Boroughs

EAM House based in Partington, Trafford held a community event to join in ‘The World's Biggest Coffee Morning’ on Friday 28th September in aid of  Macmillan’s charity fundraising for people facing cancer. Lorraine Worsley Carter MBE DL was delighted to be invited to attend the event.

EAM House is part of EAM Care Group and  is an 8 bedded home for young people with complex health needs. The home has its own gardens, which incorporates a sensory room, greenhouse and shaded area for the young people to enjoy, it is registered under Care Quality Commission providing 24-hour nursing care, respite care services and social care to young people. Also on the site is  EAM Lodge, Trafford, otherwise known "Number 46" which is a 5-bed nursing home offer residential and respite care for young people with complex health needs from 18 years.

The Photo to the right includes Abigail Hutchinson, Charlotte Mann , Founder MD Liz Marland, Lorraine Worsley Carter MBE DL , Clare Mcfarlane, and  young person Elizabeth, who lives at EAM.

Founder MD, Elizabeth Marland said; “ We believe that providing care is more than simply ‘looking after’ people, it is about involving them and their families in the decisions about the care they receive. We create an environment that combines high quality care with fun and enjoyment. “

During her visit Lorraine heard many comments from the public  on how lovely it was of EAM House to hold an event which was not for their own fundraising efforts but for a charity close to many people’s hearts.

EAM Care Group also provide EAM Lodge - Manchester is a 6-bed nursing home in Wythenshawe  and EAM Homecare provides families with care and support at home offering an alternative to residential and nursing home care.

The Photo to the left includes: Wendy Sookasian , Reverend  Andrew Knight of St Mary’s Church Partington, Nick Whimpanny MD of EAM, Lorraine Worsley Carter  MBE DL and young person James Ratcliffe.