I went as usual to visit Jan today and several things struck me as noteworthy. Those who have read my previous posts about Jan's home will appreciate that I believe it is a very good one. So, while these following things are noteworthy, they were only sometimes mildly surprising... I visited just before lunch. The cook came in with some of the standard lunch processed for the two ladies who are on pureed food. One of the care assistants picked up the plate ready to feed one of the ladies, and with the spoon, began to mix the food together [it had been presented separately in a dish]. The cook said "no, no, no ,no you mustn't do that. Give them the different parts separately, not mixed up. When the food is kept separate, they get the appreciation of the different tastes." The cook then apologised, saying "I forgot to chalk up the lunch menu on the blackboard outside the kitchen today". Such attention to detail. The lunch, by the way, was roast beef, Yorkshire Pudding and a load of different fresh vegetables. As I went to leave I spotted the TP flyer on the table next to the visitor's book: Then my eye happened upon a notice on the board: All this is indicative of a home that is doing a fine job.