You should never stop being who you are
In a home where many residents live, it’s important to us to celebrate your individuality, make you feel valued, and respect your contributions.
Whether you want to read, paint, enjoy the outdoors, or almost any other thing imaginable, our care focusses on creating an environment where you have both the time and support to do what makes you happy.
We encourage all residents to bring their personal belongs with them to personalize their rooms, and to make it really feel like home. Your favourite ornaments, wall hangings, and photo albums are welcome in your new home, and we can always make arrangements to move your possessions into your room before your admission date.
Moving into one of our homes means that you no longer need to worry about daily chores. We take care of laundry, cooking, cleaning, and general housekeeping, so you have more time and less stress. While the initial decision to move into a home may feel like you are losing independence, in fact many residents are relieved to find that removing the stress and anxiety of daily chores greatly improves their ability to enjoy their free time and engage in leisure activity.
One way we support your individuality is by incorporating your needs and interests into daily activities programs, which you can read more about below.
Our activities program is designed to give you a way to be part of the social life in the home, and also to do what you enjoy.
Activities programs are daily events staff facilitate with residents based on their preferences. Upon admission, our Activities Coordinator will work with care staff to understand your needs, and incorporate your preferences into the overall activity program.
The unique activities program at each home is run on a daily basis, and planned a week in advance. This means our residents and families can see what activities we are planning, and even make special requests.
Our activities teams regularly organize mobility vans or other transport to take residents out for special events. Some residents have complex levels of care, making it difficult for them to participate in activities. In these cases, we make every effort to move beds and wheelchairs into communal or outdoor areas, and to do what we can.
Please ask your local Manager about how we can accommodate you preferences in our activities programs.
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