December was a fantastically festive and merry month at Kingsland House Care Home in Shoreham.
There was a whole host of celebrating and partying, starting off with a lovely Advent church service.
The Christmas period also included a variety of entertaining guests visiting throughout the month.
The home, run by Barchester Healthcare, offers specialist dementia care and staff take a person-centred care approach.
Residents at the home, in Kingsland Close, enjoyed Christmas Jumper Day and had a cake stall, along with a roaringly successful Christmas party knees up, starring none other than Santa and three helpful elves.
Some of the staff put on a performance entitled Carry on Panto, especially written by activities co-ordinator Eileen Garbutt for the home’s Memory Lane Community, which is designed to encourage people living with dementia to stay as independent and active as possible.
The residents are now looking forward to a bright and breezy new year and wish the same to everybody.
Eileen said: “Happy new year and we look forward to welcoming the Shoreham and surrounding communities.”
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