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News and stories from Abbeyfield. Discover the latest on age and ageing – from what's hitting the headlines, to stories from our homes and residents.

Mental Wellbeing: The Benefits of Connecting with Nature

Mental Wellbeing: The Benefits of Connecting with Nature

As part of MHAW, Learning & Development Business Partner, Aaron Ingham, talks us through the many benefits connecting with nature has on our mental and physical wellbeing.

11/05/2021
Connect with Nature this Mental Health Awareness Week

Connect with Nature this Mental Health Awareness Week

Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, Mental Health Awareness Week will take place from 10-16 May 2021. This year’s theme is 'Nature'. In this blog, we’ve collated five ways you can get involved this MHAW.

10/05/2021
Captain Sir Tom Moore inspires Abbeyfield residents to ‘Get to 100’

Captain Sir Tom Moore inspires Abbeyfield residents to ‘Get to 100’

Residents of Abbeyfield took on a range of challenges to ‘Get to 100’ as part of the Captain Tom 100 campaign last weekend (30th April – 3rd May 2021).

07/05/2021
Families reunite as doors to care homes reopen

Families reunite as doors to care homes reopen

Green-fingered care home resident Bettie, 96, says she is “overjoyed” after receiving family visits following many months of lockdown.

16/04/2021
Celebrating 30 years of care at Friars Mead

Celebrating 30 years of care at Friars Mead

Residents and staff of Friars Mead care home in Kings Langley were treated to a special afternoon tea in honour of Sharon Bell, who was celebrating 30 years of working at the home.

12/04/2021
How to: Mini Egg Rocky Roads & Rice Krispie Cakes

How to: Mini Egg Rocky Roads & Rice Krispie Cakes

Spring has sprung and Easter is approaching! Get into the spirit of things with our delightfully light Rice Krispie cake and scrumptious rocky road recipes.

30/03/2021
Ten easy ways you can support Abbeyfield

Ten easy ways you can support Abbeyfield

There are many ways you can support Abbeyfield to continue alleviating loneliness and enriching the lives of older people, both in our homes and out in the community — here are a few ways you can help.

27/03/2021
Tamar House recognised by Plymouth City Council

Tamar House recognised by Plymouth City Council

Tamar House Residential Home, managed by the Abbeyfield Tamar Society, has been identified by Plymouth City Council as a leader by example over the last year, promoting good practice across the home.

26/03/2021
 Abbeyfield Winnersh receives virtual visit from Chief Nurse

Abbeyfield Winnersh receives virtual visit from Chief Nurse

Professor Deborah Sturdy OBE, Chief Nurse for Adult Social Care, has been making good on her pledge to get to know those working on the frontline by paying a virtual visit to Abbeyfield Winnersh.

25/03/2021

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