Governor and Isola visit Care Agency premises
The Governor, Vice Admiral Sir David Steel, and the Minister for Health and Care, Albert Isola, were visited several Care Agency premises recently, where they received a warm welcome from staff and service users.
Their first stop was Waterport Terraces Day Centre for the Elderly where they were greeted by clients and even participated in the Valentine’s Week games and activities.
They then visited St Bernadette’s Resource Centre where they met service users and staff carrying out a variety of sessions, such as living skills, well-being and computer skills.
Handmade gifts were also created and presented to Sir David and Mr Isola as a token of appreciation.
At the Care Agency’s Social Services Main Office, the Governor and Minister Isola met the Children’s and Adults Social Work Team as well as Therapeutic Counsellors and representatives from the Drugs and Alcohol Rehabilitation Service.
“It was an absolute pleasure to witness the professionalism of our team across the many services we provide, and the joy they bring to our clients,” Mr Isola said.
“His Excellency and I were hugely impressed by the extent of the services and quality of care we are able to provide our community with.”