Joan Tubby from Friends of Mayfair Lodge kindly let Mayfair Lodge purchase a 7-seater van for a small amount of money. This car will enable residents to be able to go on more trips, which will really help residents to have opportunities to go out more often.
This lovely gesture was in loving memory of her late husband Phil Tubby who over many years supported Mayfair Lodge with various fundraising events.
Happy Halloween! Our homes have been busy decorating and enjoying the Halloween themed coffee mornings, parties and even dressing up! Here are images from our homes getting into the Halloween spirit!
Heath House’s Day Centre had a special donation from Debbie who runs a company called TIME OUT who donated her resources and time to the centre free. Debbie hosted a sing along session with the residents and then Debbie gave one to one’s aromatherapy hand scrubs for the residents to feel relaxed.
We organised this for “Mental health awareness day “ to remind the residents the importance of looking after themselves. Thank you Debbie for such a lovely day.
Residents from Garden City Court enjoyed a visit from Daisy the Dancing dog; Daisy always brings a smile to resident’s faces.
Our residents at Dukeminster Court are busy poppy making for the poppy wreath competition at Quantum Care. Good Luck to all homes taking part.
In Hertford, staff on ‘Being me’, Quantum Care’s is new Diversity Awareness programme, explored issues of identity and diversity. They shared good practice ideas about how to ensure everyone using ours services feels safe to be themselves. Feedback included “It encouraged me to think outside the box”, “Showed me a new perspective” and “Very interesting, a lot to think about”.
Thank you to everyone for their very active participation. This programme is now being rolled out across Quantum as part of our Rhythm of Life initiative.
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