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Larkland House helps keep the community safe with free advice event

October 12th 2018

 

Larkland House is inviting the local community to a free event for those wanting to find out more about keeping themselves or a loved one safe while living at home. 

On Monday 22nd October, from 2pm - 4pm, the team at Larkland House will open the doors to the care home for its ‘Staying safe and preventing scams’ event.

Community warden for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, Lorraine Rellis, will be on hand to deliver an informative session on how to stay safe at home. She will also offer expert information on fraud awareness and reporting a scam. 

After the event there will be a Q&A session, refreshments and an opportunity to meet the team at Larkland House, as well as take a closer look at the care home.

Home manager, Shawndell Barker, said: “Here at Larkland House,we understand that providing advice and guidance onthe importance of staying safe on the internet and at home can be incredibly helpful for everyone, but especially for older people, as they are often targeted by scams and cold calling.

“We are delighted to have Lorraine joining us, who can provide professional guidance in this area, and we hope local people will take the opportunity to benefit from her expertise.”  

 

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Set in glorious Ascot, Larkland House offers compassionate around the clock care for your loved one. Providing expert care, our team at Larkland House offers compassion, understanding and professional care for your loved one. There are comfortable lounges, sumptuous dining rooms, and bright, welcoming en-suite rooms.

Our team always takes the time to listen and learn about every residents’ life story, their likes and dislikes, hobbies and family. These details are then incorporated into their tailored care, helping them feel at home and valued.

With a wide range of life enriching daily activities, including baking, gentle exercise and crafts, residents can choose which, if any, they wish to take part in. This encourages independence and the continuation of cognitive agility. There are quizzes, exercise activities such as skittles, and even pamper sessions in the hair salon to enjoy. We have also embraced new technology and residents have access to electronic tablets, allowing them to stream concerts, or connect with loved ones.

Light and spacious en-suite rooms allow your loved one to decorate with treasured possessions, while comfortable lounges and spacious dining rooms provide plenty of space to relax or socialise. Larkland House offers a home from home for your loved one.

Larkland House
London Road
Ascot
Berkshire
SL5 7EG

0333 321 8841

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