Meet our Activities Coordinator, Alison Khurana
I have been here since 2015 and have enjoyed helping to keep residents happy and entertained. I have dealt with people all my career and feel comfortable dealing with those from all walks of life. In addition to my academic degree in Political Science and Tourism, I have NAPA Level 1 and NVQ level 3.
Here at Brook house, we endeavour to provide a variety of activities and entertainment for those we support.
In an era of technology, we look to using ways of reaching the outside world through Zoom, Skype and voicemail. We hope our residents never feel alone and are always approachable.
Activities at our home
Activities are an integral part of life at our care home. We want to ensure that the people we support have as much fun as possible during their time with us, so it’s important that our activities programme is created with the interests of residents in mind. Our skilled Activities Coordinators bring a certain uniqueness to the home that can’t be found anywhere else, and which is reflected in the activities they organise.
Life at Brook House Care Home
Our kitchen team's culinary skills were on full display and our residents enjoyed it all.
International Beer Day
Residents basked in the sunshine and quenched their thirst with delicious beers.
Carers Day is a tribute to the carers who gave all the effort they could muster during the pandemic and beyond. 'Thank you' could never be enough. The dedication, determination and empathy is much-appreciated by us all.
May the Force be with You
Residents got dressed in Star War costumes. We played some seventies and eighties music, to which a residents danced and swayed to the rhythm. There was lots to eat and drink, supplied by our marvellous chefs.
International Nurses' Day
International Nurses' Day was celebrated with much jubilation, as our nurses gave their utmost to get through the year. They do deserve all the praise and appreciation we can bestow on them. The gratitude is immeasurable and the love for our nurses is infinitely there for them.
Easter was a great party time playing games and having an Easter egg hunt. A beautiful cake was provided by our chef, as well as a spread, which was finger licking good. We played some feet tapping music, which got all the residents in a good mood and set us off for spring.