Edwardstow Court reunited one of their residents with her racehorses
Clementine visited a local horseracing yard and meet their beautiful horses, two of which Clementine owns as part of a syndicate.
Clementine has always been a horse lover and she has kept horses for many years, as a child she would always write ‘a horse’ on the bottom of her Mother’s shopping list. Clementine’s late husband was a racehorse trainer and Clementine has attended many racing meets.
Table decorations at Rodley House
The wonderful residents at Rodley House have been making pretty decorations for the dining tables and for their rooms as part of their Mother's Day celebrations . The daffodils were kindly donated by Tesco in Lydney along with our own flowers.💐
Holding hands with mum
“Thank you for the visit on Friday. It was lovely to see mum again.” Linda holds hands with her mum, Alex, a resident at Willowcroft in Salisbury, for the first time in over 12 months.
The Lakes Care Centre support isolated individuals at home
The Lakes Care Centre in South Cerney joined up with their local church and other local organisations to deliver treats to those living along during lockdown.
The concept was funded by both Gloucestershire Older Persons Association and Age UK. It was to give a gift of an afternoon tea box to isolated individuals living at home.
The Lakes care Centre made some gorgeous yarn birds and provided butter and jams for the scones. Anna, one of the homes lovely volunteers collected the yarn birds on behalf of the church so they could be added to the boxes.
The afternoon tea boxes and the lovely birds were very well received by everyone who was lucky enough to receive one of the 10 boxes.
Mothers' Day bouquets
For Mothering Sunday, each female resident at Larkrise received some lovely flowers, and they also enjoyed an afternoon tea and each received a card from the home.
Communication & the impact of memory loss, a virtual event
Following on from our Living Well with Dementia and Wellbeing Support for Carers sessions, join our Admiral Nurses, specialists in dementia care, for a talk and Q and A session on how to communicate with a loved one who is living with dementia.
The session will focus on how communication changes due to dementia and memory loss and the impact this may have on behaviour and relationships and also explore ways to effectively communicate with your loved one.
Join us on Thursday 25th March 2:30- 3:45pm, click here to register