Carebase care homes offer a range of activities to residents

Industry: Retirement Community

Carebase offer a range of activities to residents to help keep them smiling throughout.

United Kingdom (PRUnderground) January 21st, 2014

Staying in a care home can sometimes seem like a lonely experience for residents, but at Carebase’s range of homes across South East England and East Anglia, that does not have to be the case. Carebase, who are leading providers of nursing, residential and dementia care, offer their residents a comfortable and attractive environment, as well as one-on-one attention to an exceptionally high standard.

The Carebase environment is, to a large extent, created by staff putting on a number of activities for residents to help them enjoy every second of their stay at their care homes. Each home has an activities coordinator who organises weekly activities, which allows residents to truly have fun.

The homes run by Carebase all offer gardening sessions in which residents can help to look after the grounds, as well as bakery and writing clubs. There are plenty of other Carebase activities available too, as residents can also enjoy indoor flower craft sessions, daily visits from local entertainers, fitness instructors, dancers and musicians, along with trips to museums and shows, poetry sessions and discussion groups, quiz nights, tea dances and themed events, such as the annual Valentine’s Day Dinner.

At Carebase, the resident always comes first and, everyone is actively encouraged to continue participating in their own hobbies and interests.

If you would like to find out more, call Carebase on 0208 8796567 or visit their website.

About Carebase

With homes across South East England and East Anglia, we provide exceptional residential, nursing, respite and dementia care for the elderly. Offering a range of services for both long and short stays, our homes combine state-of-the-art facilities, elegant homely décor and a highly-trained team of people genuinely passionate about caring for others.

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