Meet our Activities Coordinator, Kei Leus
Hi, my name is Kei and I’m the Activities Coordinator here at The Wingfield. My role is to provide stimulating and motivational activities for residents. Getting to know those we support and creating tailored activities programmes for them is extremely rewarding. We focus on maximising everyone’s well being, independence and social engagement, as well as providing varied activities to suit all.
Activities at Wingfield Care Home
Here at The Wingfield our activities team provide a varied and interesting range of activities for all residents. We are registered with the National Activity Providers Association (NAPA) and we take pride in delivering activities that will enhance residents lives and bring happiness and a sense of purpose. Our cooking activities are very popular, as well as the regular book clubs, coffee mornings, skittle matches and bus trips. We provide one to one support for those who are unable to attend activities and we have tea dances, musicians, quizzes, music and movement, as well as our giant scrabble board! But most importantly we have fun! Relatives are always welcome and there is always much laughter and smiling faces during our activities. We take pride in what we do and we continually strive to enhance residents lives through meaningful activity.
Life at The Wingfield Care Home
Wingfield Bake Off
Residents enjoy nothing more than spending time baking on a rainy afternoon. They made an assortment of muffins. Even enough to share with everyone after supper with a nice cup of tea.
Life is a Fiesta
The Wingfield is now ready for summer. It was a great start for residents and staff to have a Mexican theme party. Our residents at the Wingfield had an amazing time and they all enjoyed different selection of food from nachos to burritos. They all loved the taste of mocktails and cocktails.
Our residents have the privilege of being connect with their loved ones face-to-face during the coronavirus lockdown through video chat. It puts smile on their faces and makes a huge positive impact on their well-being.
Our residents were thrilled with the visit of pet snakes. It was a noticeable change for our residents after holding them, and it made them feel better and relaxed. It was a very enjoyable experience!
Our residents really are making the most of the good weather and are enjoying our lovely garden. They enjoyed reading and discussing our daily sparkle and they loved answering all the quizzes. It is such a privilege after our British winter.
Ice Cream Afternoon
Summer means ice cream. Ice cream is good for stimulating our brains. Our residents enjoyed a fun-filled afternoon in the garden with some rock and roll music and ice cream as tasty treats!
Continuing Life Enrichment
During this unprecedented time, we have a number of measures in place to ensure residents remain engaged, connected and socially active.
Come along and enjoy some friendly company over a nice hot drink.
Join us for our flower arranging sessions!
Everyone is welcome at our Gentlemen's Club!