Members of the Mills Meadow Club decide how they spend their day, which makes every day different.
Our care team at the Mills Meadow Club understands that people who are living with dementia have good days and bad days – that minds and moods can change quickly. That’s why they support members to choose what they would like to do each day. This might range from reminiscence sessions to news quizzes, board games to arts and crafts.
Enjoying outings or time in the garden
Sometimes we head off on small outings - to the local shops or a garden centre, or even to a place of interest in the local area. Members also love our club garden, where they can grow beautiful flowers, delicious veg, or stock up the bird feeders or keep an eye on the new residents in the bird boxes.
Active in the community
Once a week we get together with the children from a local school for craft activities, singing and games. We also have regular ‘music and memory’ music therapy sessions. Members even enjoy rides around the town on a trishaw, courtesy of the local Rotary Club’s Hour Community. It creates a huge buzz around the day club when it’s trishaw day!
Find out more about how our day club works.