Spread the love

Love is in the air this Valentine’s day, as a care home in Worfield will be remembering their loved ones. On Friday 14 February, Bradeney House Care Home staff will be helping residents with various activities throughout the home. Senior Carer Sue Underwood said, “Valentine’s Day was a perfect time to think about those that had been lost and to remember them fondly.”

Nurse Lisa Lloyd, who will entertain residents on the karaoke machine, said, “Our residents love to have a sing-song and it certainly improves the morale of the home. Seeing residents singing along and remembering words to songs is a wonderful sight and helps those with dementia.”

Bradeney House likes to include as many activities as possible throughout the year and Valentine’s Day is a firm favourite, spreading the love by turning the home pink.

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