Nov 21, 2016
People in Billingham joined the team and residents at Hadrian Park care home when guest of honor, Andrew Ball, from the Alzheimer’s Society, performed a ceremonial ribbon cutting to officially re-open the dementia suite.
Visitors had the opportunity to take a first look at the refurbished suite, which will provide specialist residential dementia care for people in Billingham and the surrounding area. Additions to the refurbished suite include dementia-friendly seating, as well as reminiscence areas to support the residents living with dementia to bring back happy memories.
Guest of honour, Andrew also gave an informative talk about the Alzheimer’s Society, and discussed what it is like to live with dementia.
Martin Taylor, home manager at Hadrian Park, said: “The unveiling of the refurbished suite is an important milestone for all of us, as it means we can now meet the demand in Billingham and beyond for advanced dementia care.
“We have built a warm, welcoming community here at Hadrian Park, with everything in place so we can provide the highest standards of personalised care. We were delighted so many people joined us as we marked this important milestone, and we would like to thank Andrew for officially reopening the suite.”
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