Residents Engage With Local Youngsters Via Pen Pals
Residents at Magnolia Court care home, in Hampstead recently enjoyed receiving letters, post cards, pictures and artwork from the local community, who treated the residents to keep in touch with the community and the outside world.Residents at the home enjoyed reading and writing cards and it meant such a lot as visitors are currently not able to visit the home at this time.
Octavian Stanciu, General Manager at Magnolia court Care Home said: “In these unprecedented times, ensuring residents feel engaged and connected within our local community is more important than ever. Our residents really enjoyed pen pal project. We provide a wide range of physical, mental and spiritual activities at Magnolia court of home as part of the life enrichment programme for residents, and this one was very popular! We have also adapted ways to keep residents active, whilst ensuring that the group activities are smaller, adhering to social distancing advice”
Peggy, a resident at the home was able to enjoy pen pals from schools said “It’s so lovely that we can still write and send letters and pictures to our grandchildren. Hearing all about their days makes mine.”
We are playing our part in the wider care sector and supporting the NHS where
possible. We are currently still taking admissions into our care home for those that
need care in the next 4 weeks, so please do give us a call on 02087319881
if you are looking for care or need any further help.
Magnolia Court care home is run by Barchester Healthcare, one of the UK’s largest care providers, which is committed to delivering high-quality care across its care homes and hospitals. Magnolia Court provides residential care, nursing care, Respite Care.