The gentle stretching of yoga poses can go a long way in helping develop greater flexibility, which can ensure that you maintain a good range of motion as you get older, other benefits also include the slowing of bone density loss.
The Windlesham Manor residents are greatly enjoying the benefits that yoga can offer, taking part in regular Yoga classes held every Wednesday with Suzie Tait
According to the Petpals Therapy website: “Animals have been used for therapy since the late 18th Century and research has shown that stress reduction can occur after as little as five minutes of interaction with an animal. When brought into an environment where people are limited physically and mentally, animal assisted activity delivers both therapy and entertainment.”
Residents at Windlesham Manor have been enjoying regular visits by Petpals Therapy and other animal therapy groups throughout the last few months. Animals to have visited have included owls, chickens, lambs, ducks and Shetland ponies.
For more information about how this kind of therapy can help the elderly and other groups visit www.petpalstherapy.co.uk
Mock inspections are held twice a year, these are based on the real CQC style inspections assessing all areas that official inspections could review including premises walk round and interviewing key staff to test their knowledge.
Boots also carries out inspections (usually twice a year) to ensure medicines are stored securely and correctly as well as auditing these supplies.
Windlesham Manor Manager Peter Granström will attend a Dementia Networking course in association with King’s College London on the 17th May, 2018.