Meet our Activities Coordinator, Georgia White
I am really excited to be on board at Tandridge Heights. I am already having lots of fun with our lovely residents and planning lots more. I am a recent graduate in Musical Theatre so as you can imagine I have a tonne of energy to bring to our home.
Activities at Tandridge Heights
Our qualified and dedicated activities staff plan and implement all activities within the home. We try our best to arrange activities that reflect our residents interests and capabilities as best as possible, and encourage them to participate in any way they can. We also encourage relatives to join with activities and events as often as they can. We try to keep our residents active and happy.
Our activities include trips to garden centres, pubs, the cinema or the local theatre. We have many fun games like carpet bowls, Play Your Cards Right or armchair exercises. There are many musical events, singalongs, garden parties and tea parties for everyone to enjoy as well!
Life at Tandridge Heights Care Home
Toddlers, Toddlers Everywhere
Come and join us, games, snacks, songs and so much more. Our residents love their weekly dose of noise and Chaos when Thelma's Friends come over.
Visiting our Local Special Care Baby Unit
Some of our lovely residents have started a knitting group, both in the home and in the community hall. They have been busy knitting blankets and hats for the premature babies. We were lucky enough to be able to visit the unit and give them all the beautiful things they had made. Nurses and Parents were so happy that they had taken the time to do this, I am sure we will be back with lots more, as they really enjoy it.
Charity Race Night
What a great night we had, Residents and our guests had so much fun at our virtual race night. Everyone had a chance to place bets enjoy cheese & wine. Then watch as the race unfolded and winner took its final position. we also raised money for a local charity close to everyone in the community.
Community Scam Presentation
We invited A local community Banker from Natwest Bank in to the home to talk to everyone about how not to be scammed. we invited lots of people young & old from our local community too. We all learnt so much and it has really opened our eyes on lots of things that go on, making it especially hard for the elderly to stay one step ahead.
Staff and Residents have had lots to celebrate recently, a renovation, new residents and to top it off an inspection from the CQC that resulted in a GOOD rating for the home. Everyone received vouchers and a party to reward their hard work.
Surprise visit from Father Christmas
Residents and guests enjoyed a fabulous Christmas party. Drinks and food were flowing, they even had a surprise visit from the man himself, complete with gifts for everyone.
Continuing Life Enrichment
During this unprecedented time, we have a number of measures in place to ensure residents remain engaged, connected and socially active.
We know the importance of supporting our local community and hold monthly groups, specifically for those living with dementia or caring for a loved one.
Our PAT dog will be joining us every Thursday from 10:30 a.m. – everyone is welcome!
Don't Dine Alone
Enjoy some company and a nutritious lunch!