Meet our Activities Coordinator, Sarah Warr

Hi, my name is Sarah. I am happy and excited to be the Activities Coordinator at Edgbaston Beaumont. I pride myself on delivering meaningful and life enhancing activities. I achieve this by spending quality one to one time with our current and future residents to capture a life history and ascertain what form of activity would best suit their individual interests and abilities. The advantage of person centred activity planning is to ensure that life within Edgbaston Beaumont is made of fun and enrichment both in social groups and 1 to 1 time.

Activities at Edgbaston Beaumont

Our team pride ourselves in providing a wide range of activities and events to suit all of our residents needs. Comprising of art and craft classes, pet therapy, outside entertainers, visits from local schools where students attend and work alongside ourselves and the residents. We also have presentations on wildlife and other demonstrations, musicality and singalongs, quizzes, a poetry corner, knit and natter sessions, and one to one interaction, as well as trips out in the mini bus. For our residents who are less mobile we bring the shopping experience to the home for their convenience. We respect everyone's religious beliefs by providing visits from all denominations, such as Anglican, Catholic, working in conjunction with the local mosque and the Jewish community and providing religious interaction. We encourage our residents families to participate in all our activities, working alongside them to ensure we provide the best service possible here at Edgbaston Beaumont.

Life at Edgbaston Beaumont Care Community

Cheese & Wine Tasting Afternoon

Residents enjoyed an event of cheese & wine tasting in the gardens, what could be a better way to spend an afternoon!  

Postcards of Kindness

Sending our first postcard of kindness to another care home in the UK, we are now signed up to the campaign to receive cards too.

An Afternoon of Art

Enjoying a relaxing afternoon of art is therapeutic and good for our well being.

Two 50th Wedding Anniversaries!

Anniversary for 50 years of marriage is a time to be together, we had two celebrations in the same week.  Families are now allowed to visit our residents outdoors, delicious cake and bubbly was enjoyed by all.

Family Visits Bring Joy

Jim enjoyed seeing his family after months of being apart.  The visit was full of banter and laughs with his son & Grand-daughter. Luckily the rain stayed away long enough.

A Royal Birthday Cake

The chef created a wonderful Royal themed Birthday Cake in honour of the Queen's Birthday.  Nibbles and refreshments were enjoyed by all.

Upcoming events

Continuing Life Enrichment

During this unprecedented time, we have a number of measures in place to ensure residents remain engaged, connected and socially active.