06/06/2018 by Central Home 0 Comments
Various events are held on a daily basis and this gives rise to social contact and support.
Opportunities for residents are created for ways to structure and occupy their time, physically and mentally and for developing and using their skills. Activities such as minding of plants, crafts, cooking and painting/drawing all give a sense of purpose and
responsibility to our residents. Physical exercise, games and bingo continue to sharpen gross, fine and basic motor and cognitive skills. This is especially important for seniors especially those with dementia when it comes to working on memory. One of our many intentions is
to overcome challenges caused by diminished ranges in motion and mobility in order to recover and keep up strength and agility. Due to this residents may sustain meaningful and necessary daily chores. Maintaining independence promotes a sense of achievement that for many seniors generates a sense of self-worth and well-being.