We have a five-point approach to ensure that care given to residents is of the highest standard.
We are aware of research showing that many people newly admitted to care homes may experience shyness and loneliness when they find themselves suddenly in a strange environment.
We understand it is of vital importance for care home staff to have activities in place to create and maintaining a nurturing and stimulating environment.
We employ Activity Co-ordinators who lead on social activities and entertainment and develop daily and monthly activity plans which are communicated to people for participation and involvement.
Our staff will take detailed life histories by speaking with people, family and friends and use this information to plan activities of individual interests.
We have a list of activities for care homes recommended by the National Providers Activity Association (NAPA) to ensure the activities we offer are both appropriate and meaningful. They include group activities, orientation, education, social and physical activities.