Goodson Lodge residents Mavis, Judy, Maisie, Patricia and David playing Samba drums.
While lots of us look forward to retirement, for many, the idea of not working at all is unthinkable. And in a care home, having a ‘job’ can support quality of life and enhance the sense of purpose for residents.
Praise for kind, helpful, friendly, and caring staff; opportunities for making friends; feeling of safety, security, and a sense of belonging/community.
Residents Susie and Bruce, married for 55 years, are looking forward to their dinner date
Valentine’s Day is recognised around the world as a day of love and showing our partner just how much we care. When someone is living with dementia, however, they might not be able to express themselves in the same way they used to.
(left to right) Caroline Dunagan, Dan Hayes, Jacqui Roynon, Narinder Singh, Karen Southern at The Fremantle Trust head office.
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They do such wonderful work for our residents – here’s a chance to meet our Activity Coordinators.