Meet our Activities Coordinators, Brenda, Rose & Mandeep
Brenda and Mandeep started at Park View in Early 2019 and have both settled in very well in their roles. Rose is the Activities Coordinator and has worked at Park View since 2015 and loves every minute of her job. They are a dedicated team who strive to to give residents the best time whilst living at Park View.
Activities at our home
Our home is always full of life, and we can thank our wonderful Activities Coordinators for this. Dedication to creating a unique and interesting activities programme is what sets us apart from other homes. We always take into consideration that some people would prefer to pursue their own interests, which is why our team strive to incorporative activities that cater to a wide range of tastes and hobbies. Our trips out are always fun and exciting as well, and residents are guaranteed to return with stories to tell their loved ones!
Life at our home
Open Day Entertainment
Johnny Laurence came along and performed to the residents who joined the singing, dancing, clapping hands and waving arms. Everyone there had a wonderful time. Johnny performed all the old favourites and gets the residents to join in.
On Thursday 31st October we held a Halloween party at Park View, which was decorated all spooky also along with handmade decorations by the Residents , with staff dressing up and Residents having the face painted or wearing hats.
We held the party on Oaks 2. We had scary food and punch for the residents as well as an entertainer Debbie who performed a variety of songs that had the residents singing, dancing and clapping along. Some residents families also attended and was an event enjoyed by all.
Residents have been busy creating their own decorations ready for Halloween. We will be putting these up in the community ready for our party.
Arts & Crafts
Residents made some welcoming signs for the community during our arts & crafts session.
Our residents took a day trip to Walton-on-Naze. They played in the arcades and had fish and chips by the sea.
Staff and residents visited a secret nuclear bunker from the Cold War recently. Everyone had the chance to explore the equipment inside the bunker such as communication systems, telephones, type writers and army maps.
Some residents enjoyed trying on protection costumes from the past. It was a fantastic day out.