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Creating a supportive and homely environment

We’re very proud of our extensive programme of weekly activities at Muscliff, which is organised and led by three Activities & Wellbeing Coordinators.

From jelly moulding, cocktail making, flower arranging and musical events, there is plenty available to entertain our residents. We also actively encourage residents to continue any lifelong hobbies and interests to keep them active and leading a more stimulating life.

Our sensory room contains a Tovertafel Magic table which we encourage residents to use with staff or with visiting family, and we have 4 portable sensory units which can be taken to less mobile residents and enjoyed in their rooms.

We consider ourselves to be one big family at Muscliff Care Home and we encourage visits from family, friends, children and pets at any time. We also enjoy visits from the local primary school where groups of children regularly interact with our residents in a variety of fun and stimulating ways.

From day trips to local places of interest to arts and crafts afternoons, from singers who visit our Home to themed days, there’s something for everyone. But it’s not just about entertaining our residents. We know that taking part in a broad range of activities and being able to continue with lifelong hobbies and interests, keeps our residents active and can help them live a more stimulating life.

We consider ourselves to be one big family at Muscliff Care Home. But we also warmly welcome the families of our residents to visit at any time – and this includes children and pets.

A full calendar of activities

Our timetables are updated weekly to make sure we offer a variety of events that support the resident’s mental and physical wellbeing. Our team of co-ordinators work closely with families to ensure that residents’ interests and hobbies are accounted for wherever possible, and we are always open to new ideas and suggestions.

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“Durban house nursing home ticks all of the boxes from the moment you drive in. A fine, light, sunny house that looks nothing like a nursing home. Upon entry, this continues onto the resident’s lounges and rooms. Their happiness and welfare are very much the focus of the staff and they do a first class job.”

How can we help?

We’d be happy to talk you through the kind of activities we currently offer– why not find out more today?

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