Activities

Many staff are employed to undertake the home’s Therapeutic Activities. The home policy on “Therapeutic Activities” takes into account the Service User’s interests,
skills, experiences, personalities and medical condition. The home offers a wide range of activities designed to encourage the client to keep mobile, and most
importantly take an interest in life.

Please see a sample of one of our home's activities HERE (please note that there abbreviations such as ML - Main Lounge and EXT - Extension)

Staff encourage and in certain instances help Service User’s to pursue their hobbies and interests:

Service User’s can play the following games using the equipment that is designed for fading sight:

Activities with the staff (On a Daily Basis)

  • Cards.
  • Scrabble.
  • Bingo.
  • Draughts.
  • Ball games – feet or hand.
  • Chatting to Individual Service Users.
  • Going for walks.
  • Manicures
  • Playing games.
  • Armchair exercises.
  • Reading letters/magazines/newspapers.
  • Helping to choose Library books.
  • Music and singalongs.
  • Maintain life long hobbies, crossword puzzles etc

Outings

All outings are geared to Service User’s needs and capabilities and due to this a limited number of Service User’s can go on any one outing in the Home’s minibus.

Examples of outings are listed below:

  • A drive in the countryside.
  • Visit to a garden Centre.
  • Theatre visits.
  • Shopping.
Please see a sample of one of our home's activities HERE (please note that there abbreviations such as ML - Main Lounge and EXT - Extension)

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