The excellent work at Glebefields Care Home in getting residents involved in activites is being used as an example to others in the country by launching a 20 minute film, to be used as a training tool in other homes.
Banbury MP Tony Baldry and Town councillor Tina Wren joined residents and staff at the home for a special screening of the newly released DVD.
Glebefields was chosen to produce the DVD by NAPA (National Association of Providers of Activities for Old People). It is a registered charity offering training, advice and information in promoting high quality activity provision for the elderly.
Joyce Furey, Social Care Manager of Glebefields Care Home said “everyone really enjoyed themselves and had a great time during the DVD, with alot of residents undertaking activities that they have never done before.
Julie Emmott, Business Development Manager of Majesticare, said “The residents loved every minute of it; they were really excited about the launch. We want to thank NAPA for choosing us and everyone that helped with the film.”