Residents’ physical, emotional and mental wellbeing is really important to us. We want you to feel healthy and well, both inside and out, and to feel a part of a friendly and welcoming community.
Residents are supported to take part in any hobbies, sports or other interests, as well as participating in social and cultural activities and events, both within the service and in the local community.
We understand that people have different preferences when it comes to socialising. That’s why our friendly staff run a range of regular activities, including gardening, arts and crafts, exercises classes and games, giving residents the opportunity to participate as often or as little as they wish.
If you choose to join in, you’ll find lots of like-minded people, get to know your neighbours and make new friends. If you enjoy socialising in smaller groups or prefer the simplicity of your own company, our friendly teams will support you and will drop in occasionally just to check your wellbeing.
As part of our approach to supporting residents’ wellbeing and social inclusion, we’ve also introduced ‘Please Disturb’ door signs to help residents let others know when they’d like some company.
Our services organise regular outings, as well as special events to mark important dates on the calendar - including summer fetes, Macmillan Coffee Morning, Mental Health Awareness Week, and many other key cultural celebrations.
Many of these events also include special featured menus in our onsite Taste restaurants, such as Easter, Pancake Day, Eid, Mother’s Day, Bonfire Night and Christmas – to name just a few!