The Edith Ellen Foundation

The Edith Ellen Foundation

Charity information

The Edith Ellen Foundation

The Edith Ellen Foundation believes that the provision of outstanding care should be the objective of every provider; the receipt of outstanding care should be the right of every individual who needs it. We believe in dignity and respect for the elderly and compassion in care. We provide valuable, inspirational dignity in care resources that address needs of isolation, emotional pain, grief and loss. We provide training and awareness in a number of areas and support failing services to improve

Founded 2009

  • Mission statement

    The greater the opportunity to ensure that human warmth, compassion and kindness is sustainable in all social care services

    The Edith Ellen aims to create a necessary guarantee for people’s safety and involvement in leading their own care. To encourage people receiving care to retained links to their independence, individuality, well-being and self-worth, by having continuous ties to their former life styles, families and friends and to forge new companionships, connections and partnerships in the local community, if they so choose.

    The whole ethos of the Edith Ellen has the one focus, to seek and develop a UK Standard of Excellence and Consistency in attitudes and approaches to outstanding Kindness in Care, which is right for us, our loved ones and for the needs of future generations, and which will be successful in leading the rest of the world. The Edith Ellen understands that to achieve this, we all must work together, in an environment where everyone involved in those relationships are free to give of their best.

  • Aims

    The Edith Ellen Foundation aims to:

    • For the public benefit, the relief and assistance of people in need within communities who are social isolated
    • Ensuring the provision of outstanding care is the objective of every provider; and that the receipt of outstanding care be the right of every individual who needs it.
    • to promote best practices and provide training to exceed the criteria expected by governing bodies
  • Overview

    Established: February 2009

    Registered Charity Number: 1153733

    Board members: 5

    Volunteers: 20

    Phone number: 07809905009

    Address: The Conservatory PE148DF

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