Meet our Activities Coordinator, Julie Elguennouni
My name is Julie and I have been working here at Wimbledon Beaumont for more than 8 years. I was promoted from Housekeeper to Care Assistant then to Activities Coordinator.
I am passionate about my job and love my role as Activities Assistant. I also love gardening and singing; I am creative and create a lot of activities programmes around sensory activities, flower arranging and exercise sessions.
Activities at Wimbledon Beaumont
Our team of activities staff and volunteers are constantly striving to improve the lives of our residents. This includes the quality of our regular entertainers, the new PAT dog and cat visits, the new singing entertainment in residents bedrooms and the personalised visits by volunteers. We also encourage relatives and friends to join in with activities and trips out whenever they can.
As the festive season begins, the team at Wimbledon Beaumont would like to encourage you to join them to take part in our varied activities and regular trips out.
Life at Wimbledon Beaumont Care Community
Wimbledon Beaumont residents gathered in the beautiful garden to enjoy an afternoon of homemade cakes, biscuits and sandwiches, accompanied with a hot cup of tea and coffee.
Irene and John celebrated their birthdays outside in our garden surrounded by their loved ones and the staff at Wimbledon Beaumont.
The sun was out, music playing and drinks were flowing at our annual summer BBQ. Every year our chefs put on a mouth watering display of burgers, hot dogs and chicken wings for everyone to enjoy.
Letters from the Community
Wimbledon Beaumont received beautifully decorated letters from children in the local community. The kind gestures were a wonderful surprise and a great boost for the residents during such difficult times.
We have recently launched a weekly writing club session for our residents. This will give our fabulous residents a chance to be as creative as they can within a positive and uplifting environment.
Staff wins special hamper from Barchester
Barchester Healthcare wanted to say a big THANK YOU to all our fantastic staff for their incredible hard work in these challenging times. So they started raffling gifts through a weekly prize draw. It was then announced that one of our lucky carers had won a beautiful basket of Fortnum and Mason! It was very exciting and well received.
Continuing Life Enrichment
During this unprecedented time, we have a number of measures in place to ensure residents remain engaged, connected and socially active.
Don't Dine Alone
We know that meal times can be lonely for some older people, so join us for some company and a nutritious lunch.