TLC’s Blue Light Tuesdays launched during an imperative week to the Social Care industry – Care Home Open Week. Blue Light Tuesday is a day long event, aimed at all healthcare professionals and front line workers who are welcome visit any of our eight TLC homes for a treat and beverage.

Aimed to cater to as many members of the community as possible, the day is split with two opportunities to visit the home; the first being in the morning for a breakfast bap with tea or coffee, and the second being in the evening for a sweet treat to end the day with a hot drink.

Carl Roberts, Sales and Marketing Director, commented: “Here at TLC Care, sharing our values of truth, love and compassion into the community is of the upmost importance to us. I’m incredibly proud of our Care Homes and Community Development Managers for creating a delicious breakfast and evening sweet treat for those working on the front line. This group-wide initiative is our way of celebrating the hard work of each individual, with a little taste of TLC.

Cuffley Manor Care Home and Cooperscroft Care Home hosting team members from Home Instead for a hot, frothy latte

Front line workers were placed under immense pressures during the pandemic, to continue providing a level of service to members of the public. As we emerge from the constraints of lockdown measures, TLC Care have launched an initiative mirroring their values of truth, love and compassion. Blue Light Tuesdays takes place on the first Tuesday of each month between 7-9:30am and 5-7pm. BLT kick-off during Care Home Open Week was a great success, bringing in a number of care professionals, emergency teams and front line workers joining us at our homes.

“A big thank you to Cooperscroft for hosting such a lovely event showing appreciation for the wonderful work that Healthcare staff are doing. It’s always a pleasure to see the friendly and caring team at Cooperscroft and we love working in partnership with them to host events for the community”Anita, Home Instead

Care Home Open Week is led by Championing Social Care, from June 28th-July 4th, encourages communities to celebrate and thank care workers who remained on the front line throughout the pandemic and showcase the resilience of the many unique care home residents. Additionally, many events held during the week will connect communities to their local care homes, through volunteering events or informational discussions about the care sector and sharing gestures of appreciation.

Continuing this week, the second Blue Light Tuesday lands on #GladtoCare week. This fantastic week supports all of those working within care, impacted by care and championing care. Is there a better way to time our delicious new incentive?

Brenda Sweetman, Home Manager commented: “It’s been such a joy watching the Community Development Managers being able to get back into our communities and share our values. I’m incredibly grateful for the TLC team for working together to create a thoughtful gesture for those working as healthcare professionals and frontline teams; from kitchen teams, operational teams and the care teams. All of us at Cooperscroft Care Home look forward to seeing this initiative continue each month for the foreseeable future”



For additional information in relation to TLC Care Marketing, please contact: Sym Jaj, Digital Marketing and Communications Manager TLC Care on 0208 863 4637 \ [email protected]

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TLC Care takes pride in enriching our communities by delivering outstanding care and supporting the residents in our care to live enjoyable and fulfilled lives by offering an enhanced wellbeing programme in sociable, homely environments. Through our one-team approach, the TLC family lead each day with our values of truth, love and compassion as we demonstrate meaningful interactions with our residents and provide unparalleled expert care. Delivering services from respite care to end of life support; each of our residents are the heart of our family. To view our care home portfolio, please visit