It’s been another busy month across our care homes, as our dedicated staff made sure August was filled with interesting and varied activities. Here’s a look back at what they got up to last month:
An emotional reunion for resident Val and her beloved cat Issy
In bittersweet circumstances, a resident at Bradbury Court care home in Malvern has been reunited with her beloved cat Issy.
Our Malvern care home specialises in dementia care. Due to her severe condition, Val is non-communicative. But when she was reunited with Issy the cat, staff were shocked by her reaction.
It’s The Little Things that matter at Redcot care home
Staff at Redcot care home in Haslemere have been going above and beyond to support residents, their families and staff during the unprecedented lockdown period.
From socially distanced garden parties, sing-along-sessions and using technology to keep families in touch.
Orford House care home residents experience China
The Activities Coordinator at our Coulsdon care home organised a special Chinese themed day in August.
Residents decorated the home, listened to traditional music and enjoyed a mouth-wateringly delicious dinner.
Faith returns to Davenham care home
The ongoing pandemic has left many residents at our Malvern care home missing their weekly church service.
Wanting to help, staff at the home recently arranged a safe church service in the garden, followed by tea, coffee and a chat in the sunshine.
Singer delights residents in Woking
Residents at Bernard Sunley care home in Woking were treated to a very special performance by talented singer Daniel Brewerton.
Despite strict restrictions that have been put in place to protect residents, staff were able to arrange a safe and socially distanced garden concert, much to everyone’s delight.
Gardening for smiles in Bournemouth
At the Retired Nurses National Home (RNNH), residents have their very own Gardening Club, where they pot plants to display outside the front entrance of the home.
They usually plant vegetables, but instead they decided to display flowers to cheer people up during this difficult time.
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