RU OK Day Celebration All staff and residents of Wellington Point Nursing Care celebrated RU OK Day by checking in and seeing how each other were. With mental health increasing due to Covid 19, this is a great time to check in with loved ones
Getting to Know You Morning Tea Wellington Park Nursing Home residents were given a formal invitation to attend a special morning tea. The new residents to the facility were seated at the front and others get to find out about their life stories growing up.
Residents Took Christmas Photographs Residents came along to the Wellington Park activity room to have their personal Christmas photo taken to be given to their family members as a gift. Some residents wanted to don on some tinsel and a Christmas hat and others just
"Music Beats" Exercise Music, Music, Music!!! We incorporated drumming into our afternoon exercise class. For the first time, the residents played plastic buckets to the rhythm of some well-known songs playing in the background. They enjoyed copying and when I said “drum” they all hit
Pamper My Feet Residents of Wellington Point Nursing Home gathered to enjoy and had their feet pampered. The ladies looked forward to having a splash of nail polish applied to their toenails while the male residents enjoyed having their feet massaged with lotion. Flower Arranging
Coffee Date The Stanford Activity Room in Wellington Point Private Care has a special little area set up for coffee and chats with residents. An invitation is handed out and that particular resident can come and enjoy tea or coffee with the Lifestyle Staff. We
Anniversay celebration Residents gathered for an afternoon tea to celebrate Colleen and Brian’s 53rd wedding Anniversary. We all enjoyed listening to how they met and their special wedding day. Ladies High Tea A group of ladies came to enjoy the themed Valentine’s Day High tea.
A Morning Full of Board Games Some young helpers came to Wellington Park and brought a variety of old and new board games. Rummy O was a great activity for Residents who enjoyed a challenge, and one table even played a card game of 21