Leawood Manor in Nottingham have been keeping busy from an extra special collaborating with the University of Nottingham, to trips out to the cinema.

Leawood staff and residents collaborated on the study “Using computer technology to enable arts and crafts for people with dementia in care homes”. The study, conducted by Professor Justine Schneider and PhD candidate Aline Cavalcanti Barroso are researching the understanding of the use of computer technology in care homes, and thanked all those involved, saying: “Your homes participation on this research has been invaluable, and we hope that we can aid more care homes and residents with the results that will come from it.” 

More information on their study can be found at: https://dementiainduct.eu/product/esr6/.

 

                  

                  

Residents at Leawood Manor were also busy with their recent outing to the local cinema. The residents went along to a dementia friendly screening to watch ‘On The Town’, which they all thoroughly enjoyed. 

                  

                  

Leawood Manor is a beautiful, 71 bedroomed care home situated in West Bridgford, just south of Nottingham. This spacious, well-maintained home, which has undergone recent expansion and renovation, consistenently provides compassionate expert care for older people, including those living with dementia.

For more information, call Leawood Manor on 01159 234985 or email leawood.manor@runwoodhomes.co.uk. To find out more visit our website: https://www.runwoodhomes.co.uk/homes/leawood-manor.

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