Activities at Caldy Manor
Our Activities Coordinators work together to provide daily activities suited to the tastes of residents. We encourage those we support to continue with any hobbies whilst they stay at home. We also hold group activities, such as exercise to music, sing-alongs, craft sessions and visits to local places of interest. There are also evening events, including cheese & wine evenings and race nights. We keep families up-to-date through our newsletter and notices that can be found across the home. Family and friends are always welcome to join in!
Steph is a popular member of the Activities Team. As an Activities Coordinator her focus is around encouraging residents to take part in outdoor trips on the mini bus, delivering varied exercise classes and assisting residents with their chosen activities.
Activities and Events Partnerships
As part of our bespoke life-enrichment programmes, we host a number of live virtual events in the home on a regular basis through a number of partnerships with places of interest and world class performance companies
Life at Caldy Manor Care Home
Art Historian virtual talk
Residents across our services had a delightful time during a special virtual sensory storytelling event, led by Art Historian Jon Sleigh from the Historic Royal Palaces.
Jon took us on a journey to discover some of the more unusual and unexpected inhabitants of the palaces and the Tower of London, sharing fascinating stories about the pets at the palaces.
Whilst enjoying the virtual experience, our residents were treated to hot beverages, delicious biscuits, berries and cakes. It was a truly lovely time for all.
Walk up Snowdon
For mental Health awareness week staff from Caldy Manor care home walked up Snowdon for a local charity Wirral Minds. Some residents sponsored the staff and enjoyed listening to their stories when they achieved there goal. One Residents said “I can’t believe you all did it, we are so proud you did such a challenging thing for charity”.
All residents and staff had a wonderful day soaking up the sun in Caldy Manors beautiful gardens, whilst enjoying a garden party to celebrate the Kings Coronation. Tables were laid out as if it was a street party and had a fabulous buffet.
Baby Group visit
A local baby group was invited to hold there afternoon of fun at Caldy Manor Care Home. Mums and babies aged from birth to 12 months came and spent the afternoon with residents talking all things babies. They sang songs, sensory play and everyone enjoyed the bubbles. All the mums, babies and residents had a wonderful time and are planning their next visit.
Across our services Residents had a wonderful time participating in an interactive virtual talk with Pippa Catterall, Professor of History and Policy at the University of Westminster, where we delved into the rich history of coronations.
During the talk, we explored fascinating topics such as the coronation chair, the crown, and other significant aspects related to King Charles' upcoming coronation. Our residents were thrilled to have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the memoirs of past coronations from 1937 and 1953, as well as learning about the coronation oath and what to expect from the ceremony, including the music, guests, and pageantry.
Keeping the mind active
Our weekly crosswords are really popular at the moment. Doing word puzzles can help relieve stress and anxiety and is a great way to work together in solving the puzzles.
Hello June! Let's welcome the summer .....
Join us at our popular coffee morning - come along, enjoy a slice of cake and make new friends. All welcome!
Blue Light Breakfast
As a thank you we'd like our paramedics, police and fire service to take a break on us!