Although independence is a vital part of an older person’s dignity, sometimes, as life goes on, it’s possible to feel a little isolated in your own home.
That’s why we offer local members of the community an opportunity to take advantage of day-care services, or become involved in a range of organised social activities.
New friendships are often the result, and it’s an ideal way to improve or maintain life skills without feeling the need to give up independence. Naturally, this is a benefit to anyone finding life a little difficult at home on their own, but it can also be a welcome break for carers who need to know their loved ones are cared for professionally – once a day, or once a week, depending on individual needs.
For more information contact the local relevant Nurse Manager at any of our homes.