Park House in Great Yarmouth have come up with a way to beat the boredom – by hosting garden sessions for our residents.
We have a number of staff currently in isolation who are unable to come to work and to ease some of the financial burden we’re offering paid training.
Our residents are unable to have their usual hair and nail beauty treatments – but Laurel Lodge are ensuring our residents don’t miss out.
Our wonderful resident Paula – who lives at Westfield House in Dereham – braved the shave to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
We will not allow our residents quality of life to be negatively impacted because of Covid19.
As the elderly isolate themselves for 12 weeks in our region, we’re opening our doors for them to stay with us.
Last week we hosted thirteen medical students from the University of East Anglia
Don has lived an eventful life, surviving two wars and fighting in the Second World War he has a head full of fantastic stories.
Thanks to the wonderful Norwich Theatre Royal and actors from The Red Shoes our brilliant residents became dancers for a day.
Black Swan always prioritises the care and safety of our residents and staff.
We believe that our residents should be supported to eat and drink what they enjoy, but we also need to be mindful of their health.
We have a fantastic resident named Norma who was able to see her old photographs for the first time in years; thanks to staff at The Beeches.
The Gables Care Home is gearing up to recreate a significant moment in world history for our residents.