At Stanecroft, we organise a variety of social distanced activities to ensure your loved one gets the most out of each day.
We work hard to ensure the activities we provide are what our residents would like to do. We hold art classes, our swimming and yoga classes have been a big success, and we have a pen pal scheme with a local school. We also have a vibrant regular music and movement class, which residents love. All residents are encouraged to socialise within small, socially distanced groups within the home and garden.
Time for your loved one
We do understand that group activities aren't for everyone, so we will also organise social distanced one-to-one activities with your loved one, including pamper sessions, reading together or simply having a chat. This is your loved one's home, so if they have an idea for an activity, we'll be happy to make it happen.
Creating meaningful experiences
A number of residents at Stanecroft are living with dementia, so we ensure that the home is arranged to provide a calming environment. Some residents enjoy helping around the home, while others like to explore under their own steam. There are rummage boxes for people to look through, and parts of the home have different themes for residents to explore.
Time to dine
Meal times are always popular at Stanecroft. Our chef knows everyone's likes and dislikes and caters for different dietary needs. Your loved one is welcome to eat in their room or in our attractive dining room. While we support residents to eat as independently as possible, we will always be there to help if they need it. Alternatively, we are also able to offer an enhanced in-room dining service with a wide range of tasty and nutritious meals and snacks for those who prefer, or need, additional distancing.