DVDs will promote residents’ activities


Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Two DVDs promoting the importance of activity in care homes and offering managers and staff inspiration and practical tips for integrating activity into daily life, are being produced by the National Association for Providers of Activities (NAPA).

NAPA says it received about 40 offers of filming locations for care homes within its membership and Glebefields in Banbury, Oxfordshire, was one of only two homes to be selected. Owned by Majesticare, Glebefields was chosen for a number of reasons but partly because of the great commitment and enthusiasm of its ac





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