At LittleInch we take pride in every aspect of the care we provide, from fluffing pillows to caring for terminally ill residents. We have received a great deal of feedback over the years and a select few messages of thanks are shown below. We have several folders of cards, letters and testimonials available for viewing at any time at Inchinnan Care Home and Erskine Care Centre.
Margaret and I would like to thank everyone for the helpfulness and kindness shown to Dad and ourselves during our connection with LittleInch. We appreciated the friendliness with which we were received on our visits there by staff in all positions.
Catherine Jeffrey, 1994
We wish to convey to you and all your staff our grateful thanks and appreciation for all the kindness, nursing and loving care shown to our mother while at LittleInch. You all contributed in making her latter years happy and comfortable and for this we are truly thankful.
Betty Dunnett, 1998
My wife and I would like to thank you and your staff most sincerely for the excellent care you provided for my father. I was extremely impressed with the level of care together with the genuine warmth and compassion shown to him by everyone. The last two years of my Dad’s life was a very difficult time, but safe in the knowledge that he was receiving the best of care from LittleInch made that burden a lot easier to bear.
Ian & Sheila Whitelaw, 2004
On behalf of my brothers and sisters, thank you to you and your team for your care and sensitivity toward my mother both during her stay with you and her time in hospital. My father was always made to feel so welcome when he called to visit mum as indeed were we, and this helped us find it a little easier to accept the difficulties of the situation.
Linda James, 2004
On the advice of the GP when my sister Betty started to go downhill rapidly she remained at Erskine Care Centre rather than transfer to the RAH. My wife and I would like to express our sincere appreciation of the care Betty received in the time she was resident especially the last two weeks when the team looked after her so well. Over the winter months we were happy in the knowledge that Betty was secure, warm and safe.
Alan and Irene Irving, 2012