Activities & Day Club

A Birtley Care Resident smiling and having a cup of tea on an outing to a local tea room.Birtley House has a dedicated team of Activities Coordinators who play a vital role in the care of our Residents. Members of the team are available seven days a week and each morning serve coffee to Residents individually, thus providing the opportunity to discuss any personal problems or requirements.

Monthly Activities Programme

The varied activities programme is changed each month with the aim to attract as many Residents as possible to join in with the structured activities and outings. Activities range from talks by guest speakers, musical afternoons, arts and crafts, cookery, word-games and quizzes, T'ai Chi and the celebration of anniversaries and dates of special interest and significance. Occasionally, Residents have given talks or demonstrations themselves, if they have had a particular interest or hobby which they wished to share with others. 

October Activities Programme

Additional regular monthly activities 

In addition to the daily programme, there are regular monthly activities including film shows, book club, visits from the Pets as Therapy (PAT) dog Ambrose, and cat Queenie. Residents will from time to time form their own clubs which have in the past included Bridge, Knitting, Rummicub and Scrabble. 

Activities tailored to the individual

Additional ad-hoc activities are organised by the Care Assistants at any time throughout the 24hr day, to suit the requirements of the Resident. By their very nature, such activities do not follow a regular timetable and range widely in content e.g.

  • Watch a match on the TV with a fellow rugby enthusiast
  • Eat Fish & Chips at the local chippy
  • Go on an outing to watch a local airshow
  • Sit and chat in the grounds
  • A trip to the seaside  

Birtley House Day Club 

A man arriving for ‘day club’ at Birtley House, meeting a member of staff.
Arriving for Day Club

People come to our day club for a variety of different reasons:

 * A change of scenery and companionship

 * A chance for a regular carer to have a day off

 * To enjoy a home-cooked lunch with new friends

 * To sample life at Birtley

Whatever the reason, this popular facility also offers a chance for some physiotherapy, a massage or perhaps a visit to the hairdresser. 'Regulars' often time their visits to fit in with Activities they wish to participate in - we can send out our Monthly Activities programme on request. 

The day starts with Morning Coffee, Lunch is enjoyed in the Orangery, while afternoon activities are followed by tea. The cost per day is just £40 (from 1st February 2019). Before attending the club, a simple pre-visit assessment is carried out to ensure that we can meet the needs of the individual while they are here.   

 

 

 
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