Category Archives for "Advice and Information"
The wellbeing of our residents is our highest priority and we continue to comply fully with governmental advice in responding to coronavirus in order to safeguard everyone. We are so proud of our staff team and how diligently they have abided by the guidance providing safe and effective care throughout the crisis to date. We […]Continue reading
We place people at the heart of our strategy and are committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of all our staff, visitors and residents. In light of Government advice regarding elderly people self-isolating, which announcement is expected to be made formally on Friday of this week, and with the home having one person currently […]Continue reading
Isolation among older generations is alarmingly common. As many as 40% of older people still living in their own homes report feelings of loneliness and boredom. Upsetting as this is on an emotional level, isolation also has a physical impact significantly increasing the risk of poor health in older people. Numerous health problems are exacerbated […]Continue reading
Knowing when is the best time to seek residential care for a loved one is a question families usually dread. The realisation that someone you care for is no longer able to stay safely in their own home and now needs full time support is hard to come to terms with. Fear of change and […]Continue reading
Music has the amazing capacity to alter for the better the way we are feeling at any given time. Familiar tunes can bring cheer, evoke memories, and provide comfort – all of which can contribute to a positive sense of wellbeing. Recent research has found that music in its various forms can improve both a […]Continue reading