My Home Life

Our vision is a world where all care homes for older people are great places to live, die, visit and work.

Sponsorship

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My Home Life is a social movement which depends on investment. Ways in which you can help us deliver quality of life in care homes include:

Sponsoring our projects

We are currently seeking sponsorship for a range of different projects. We are also happy to discuss any project or research ideas you may have.

Sponsoring our events

We hold national, regional and local-level events for a range of stakeholders from older people, relatives and staff in care homes; to representatives from health, social care and housing, including policy-makers.

Sponsoring our resources

We produce a number of resources that are distributed to care home managers across the UK. Based on the MHL evidence of best practice, these resources are used widely by care home professionals in their day to day work. If you have evidence-based messages for the care home sector, we are happy to discuss how we might co-create materials with you.

To discuss opportunities for sponsorship contact Tom Owen at mhl@city.ac.uk or 020 7040 5776.

Our Blog

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"Award winning service shares their learning on how to improve end of life support in care homes"

Blakesley House Nursing home have been working on improving their End of Life (EoL) services for residents. Throughout their strive to be better, they’ve achieved recognition for the second time from the Gold Standard Framework (GSF) Hallmark and have received the GSF Platinum award 2017-2020. Blakesley are among 20 care homes from across England to […]

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"The Baring Foundation’s David Cutler explains the magic happening in Wales"

  Wales has been creating magic with older people living in care homes by using the arts as a platform for engagement and meaningful activity. The cARTrefu project has been supported by My Home Life Cymru to provide training for the artists involved.  David Cutler, Director of the Baring Foundation has created a Blog explaining the work that […]

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