Residents at Rose Court care home get into the Autumn spirit

Residents enjoyed themselves with a recent arts and crafts activity by making some autumn wreaths made from leaves. Arts and crafts sessions allow for residents to take part in simulating, creative activities and encourages conversations of their favourite memories about autumn.

                

                                    

It was another busy day getting the homes harvest display ready, which the residents loved participating in. With the help of the residents, staff put the display together in the main reception area, where it can proudly be seen by everyone. They then discussed the meaning of harvest, and reminisced about each fruit and vegetable used in the display. Residents spoke about recipes they had made at home using the same fruit and vegetables.

                 

Tuck shop has also taken off at Rose Court, with residents enjoying taking the tuck shop around the home, helping to sell the products and handle the money. Residents enjoyed talking about the different items available from the tuck shop and how much they would have cost when they were children.

               

Staff said “We have had some great activities which residents have loved getting involved in and allowed them to reminisce.” 

Rose Court is a 100 bed care home situated in Brocklamont, Ballymena. This spacious home provides expert care for older people, including those living with dementia or in need of general nursing.

To find out more about Rose Court, call 028 2564 8165 or email rose.court@runwoodhomes.co.uk.

For more information visit https://www.runwoodhomes.co.uk/homes/rose-court.

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