You can get a real flavour of what life is like at Blenheim House when you take a tour with Relationship Manager, Christopher Guest.
Activities & Hobbies
Staying active through continuing hobbies and pastimes creates a sense of accomplishment, brings residents closer together and explores the creative streak in everyone. All of this contributes to the wellbeing of each of our residents.
Arts & Crafts
We are consistently amazed by the skills that our residents develop or rekindle and we encourage them to continue existing hobbies, to develop existing skills and try new activities.
Board games are popular no matter what age you are – whether it’s Scrabble, Snakes & Ladders or Trivial Pursuit – at Blenheim House we love an evening of healthy competition during our games nights.
We are very proud of our allotment at Blenheim House where the gardening club donate their produce back into the community. We’ve also enjoyed competitions to design ‘bee homes’ as well as encouraging residents to notice nature through our wildlife photography competitions.
Fresh, delicious food and drink
A healthy and nutritious diet is crucial for your wellbeing, and it’s safe to say our chefs know exactly how to deliver a well-balanced meal. As well as catering to all dietary requirements, our chefs also enjoy creating dishes specially requested by our residents.
Residents choose whether they would like to eat in the dining room, in their room, or in the garden on a nice sunny day. Everyone enjoy three freshly prepared meals every day, plus multiple opportunities for tea, cake and snacks!
On-site healthcare at Blenheim House
The health and wellbeing of our residents is our number one priority. Our team of expert, dedicated carers are on hand to support all residents at Blenheim House with bespoke care for each individual.
Our Registered Nurses are qualified in looking after residents with higher care needs and are always happy to help with any questions or advice from family members also.
Our Activities Team provide fitness and dexterity classes each week to encourage residents to maintain their mobility. Specific physio needs can be discussed with our Clinical Team.
We have regular visits from our partnered chiropodist, Joanna, who provides regular foot health checks and advice. Happy feet at Blenheim House!
It is widely understood that keeping active is not just good for your physical health, but your mental wellbeing too. For this reason physical fitness is just as important in the elderly. Not only that, but research suggests greater fitness levels in the elderly help with preventing falls and dementia.
At Blenheim House we encourage residents to partake in regular exercise classes, or even offer private classes if that is preferred. As well as the fantastic care provided by our in-house teams, we have regular visits from the local GP, physiotherapists, chiropodists, dentists and opticians. We ensure all residents have access to the specialist care they need, from the comfort of our home.
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The Blenheim House team are always on hand to answer your questions. Please get in touch today to find out more.