Nobody likes being bored. Research shows that keeping your body and mind active into old age can help to reduce the effects of some illnesses, as well as improving our mental health. We understand the importance of providing a range of engaging activities, that can be appreciated by different people in all of our homes.
Because we are all different, we make sure that we offer a range of activities for all tastes. Whether you wish to continue with a lifelong passion or try out a new hobby we will have something for you. Each of our homes is unique, so we don’t have a group timetable that the homes must adhere to. The majority of our homes have an activities coordinator who comes up with great fun every day! Some of our residents enjoy sharing their hobbies with other residents, and if it is something that they wish to do, we encourage them to share their passions.
We don’t just confine our activities to the home. Where possible we organise trips out for residents. Whether it be to a local attraction, for a spot of fish and chips for lunch, or to visit a beautiful park. Our staff are experienced at organized trips out and can create pleasurable days that cater to a range of differing abilities.
If you are considering a care home for either yourself or a loved one, why not come along for a visit? Join us for afternoon tea, a game of cards, or some music. Whatever we have on offer, you can join in. Don’t just wonder what a day in a care home is like, come and see for yourself.
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All our homes are designed for you. From our range of enjoyable and engaging activities to our delicious home-cooked meals, we want to make your life better.
“We pride ourselves on delivering first-rate care to all who live with us. From spending quality time with the residents to ensuring that all our care is compliant and transparent, we support and value our carers and the brilliant job that they do. If you are looking for 24-hour care delivered with kindness and compassion, come and join the St Philips family.” Paul Farmer, CEO, St Philips Care Group.