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Throughout the month we like to provide various activities for the residents, aiming to provide a range of choice which satisfies the preferences of all individuals. Family and friends are welcome to visit during these activities as many of our residents enjoy it when they join in. Each week, an activities schedule is posted on the noticeboard in the home – showing the events every morning and afternoon for the week ahead.

Live Entertainment

For two Fridays of each month we have visits from various entertainers, these include:

 

BINGO

Every Tuesday and Thursday we hold Bingo in the conservatory. All residents are welcome to join in if they would like to, and we play 3 games with a tea break. We see the same faces every week, however sometimes they bring along a partner!

Holy Communion

Once a month, Reverend Coleman comes down to Morfa Newydd to perform a Holy Communion ceremony to any of the residents who wish to take part.

Hairdresser

On Wednesdays each week, we have an in-house hairdresser. She is able to offer a range of services which we encourage our residents to partake in as some weekly pampering. The hairdresser is able to visit the residents in their bedrooms, or they can come to the upstairs in house salon for the full hairdresser experience – think gossiping with some music on in the background!

Pet Therapy

Every Friday, our Activities Coordinator, Roseann, brings in her dogs to allow for some pet therapy. George, Nelly and Nora parade the halls of the home, bringing smiles to everyone’s faces. Our residents very much enjoy a cuddle from the little fury friends.

Games and Quizzes

We try to promote a recovery approach in terms of promoting memory and general well being through active participation in activities. We have a series of specific games and quizzes which are held weekly for residents to take part in, they are tailored to the abilities of each individual resident, with the main aim to get everyone involved!

Gentle Exercise with Penny

Every Wednesday afternoon, qualified Physiotherapist Penny Webb visits the home and runs a gentle exercise session with the residents. The exercises are tailored to the abilities of every resident, with the aim for everyone to become involved. Penny is a strong believer in reablement and is able to give advice on the best aids and exercises to keep our residents as independent as possible. She is able to complete 1-2-1 physiotherapy on request.

We can't thank you enough for the wonderful care Dad received from you all during the last few years. There was never any doubt that he enjoyed every minute and we know he kept you busy! much appreciation for the dignity show to dad as he passed away and the respect to the family in the hours after. Thank you again for everything - Chris, Becky and Family.
The caring profession does not receive the kudos or acknowledgement that it deserves from the wider community. That being said, your staff at Morfa Newydd are dedicated and clearly give 100% of their time and devotion to the residents. This was self-evident to me during my daily visits. I found all of the staff approachable and caring in their approach to the care of both Vincent and Vernon. As twins, they were very different in character but had their unique ways, Vernon with his choice of phrase and Vincent with his cheeky smile.
Bern, Kath, Elaine, Rob, Dennis and all of Gloria's familyBern, Kath, Elaine, Rob, Dennis and all of Gloria's family
Dear Andrea and your amazing team at Morfa Newydd,Thank you so much for all the care and attention to detail given in the care of our precious mum, Gloria. Mum was so happy with her all. We didn'd see her cry and she always looked like the 'lovely lady' she was. (Except in the mornings!!) All your staff have been amazing. Thank you again and fondest love and thanks,Bern, Kath, Elaine, Rob, Dennis and all of Gloria's familyx
Ernie, Clair, Sharron and PaulErnie, Clair, Sharron and Paul
Dear Andrea and all the staff at Morfa Newydd,We Would like to thank you all so much for looking after Pauline, our much loved wife and mum, with such love and kindness. She made many good friends and enjoyed being part of your caring community. When we visited we always felt welcome and confident that our wife/mum was being looked after well. Your energy, cheerfulness and patience have helped us all through a difficult time. We know the calm, purposeful atmosphere in the home contributes to the well being of the residents and makes Morfa Newydd a special place to live.With love and thanks,Ernie, Clair, Sharron and Paul x
To Andrea, Joan and all the staff at Morfa Newydd.A big thank you for the wonderful care you give to mum, nothing is ever too much trouble for you. Mum is always neatly dressed and clean. Her room is spotless and her clothes nicely washed and ironed. Mum often remarks how well she is cared for and how good the food is. So once again thank you to everyone from maintenance, domestics, admin, kitchen and laundry, management, the care team and nurses. You are all very much appreciated.We wish you all a happy Christmas and all our best wishes for 2017.From Cynthia and David, Cyril and Wendy.
Thanking each and every one of you from the bottom of my heart for the nursing and care you gave to Mum. She settled in really well at Morfa Newydd, and that down to you all. Thank you for making our visits very welcoming. Helen Finnan, daughter of Flo 22/07/2015
Thanks to you all for caring for Peg during the seven years of her stay with you. I really can't begin to imagine how I would have coped without the help of you and your staff. I will always remain incredibly grateful. Michael Winter, Son of Margret 07/07/2015
Just a few lines to thank all the staff at Morfa Newydd for making Mum's last few years as comfortable as possible. We all know Mum could be awkward sometimes and very interesting at other times, but you all made allowances whenever needed, as this I am told was the Dementia.We particularly would like to thank Donna and Tracy who were with Mum the day she died, we know that they did everything possible. Thank you Andrea for being so kind to Mum.Love from All of Winnie's Family
Dad was 98 years old when after a fall in hospital he developed considerable nursing needs. My brother and I looked round many nursing homes and called in as we happened to see the Morfa Newydd sign from the road.We were shown round and were very impressed with the caring way that staff were treating residents and we just knew that this was where we felt that Dad’s needs would best be met.Andrea met Dad in hospital and did a very thorough assessment of his needs with us all which helped Dad a lot when it was time for him to give Morfa Newydd a try.We soon left our worries behind as Dad was made to feel very welcome and comfortable and soon settled in to his new “home”. We visited a lot during the week and weekends and staff always took time to chat with us and Dad which we very much appreciated. He was treated with the utmost dignity and respect, and received excellent nursing care.I would thoroughly recommend Morfa Newydd, Andrea and her Team.Peter & Lynn
My Wife, Mary Davida was in Nursing Care at Morfa Newydd for a total time of fifteen months. During that period I can't speak highly enough of the level of care and attention she recieved from the staff there.Regards,Elfed Lloyd Jones
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