It has been a busy couple of weeks for residents of Kings Lodge Centre for Complex Needs with themed activities for Chinese New Year, Valentine’s Day, and a pottery workshop.
Activities Co-ordinator, Jane Neave, said: “We pride ourselves on offering a wide range of activities for our residents so there really is something for everyone. As well as being fun, the activities encourage social interaction and creativity, as well as supporting independence.”
Residents celebrated Chinese New Year by making decorations then enjoying a Chinese meal. For Valentine’s Day, the residents’ dining room was transformed ahead of a special lunch. The pottery workshop saw residents get creative making pots for spring daffodils growing in the centre’s garden.
Kings Lodge Centre for Complex Needs in South Nutfield cares for patients with specific long-term neurological needs that can’t be met in a hospital or general nursing home. Regardless of the origin of injury, the centre aims to maximise any recovery and maintain health and wellbeing.