A Brain Injury Unit in Ledbury hosted a Caribbean day with both staff and residents getting involved.
With restrictions on holidays still in place, Market Lodge thought they would bring a taste of the Caribbean to proceedings, with a jam-packed day of fun, games and fancy dress.
Residents made their own costumes and helped with the props. As well as pinatas, a Zumba session and food and drinks, there was bingo lingo, crafts and a photo booth to capture the wonderful memories.
Juls Simpson, service manager at Market Lodge – which is run by Shaw healthcare – said: “Lockdown has been particularly tough for our residents here as they go out often and following a residents meeting and discussing holidays, they decided this is what they wanted to do. Games were specifically designed to set residents up to succeed in line with their cognitive needs and they all won prizes which when down really well.”
Market Lodge is a specialist acquired brain injury care centre providing cost effective quality accommodation for adults aged 18 – 65 seeking short or long stay services. The facility provides care and therapeutic support for people who have received an acquired brain injury through direct or organic trauma. Designed to meet the needs of individuals requiring enhanced supported living, nursing and reablement services in a post-acute setting.