Residents at Beechgrove enjoyed an outing to Clyde Valley Family Park where they were able to go around and see all the different animals and they all enjoyed getting up close and personal with the animals. The activity took place after discussions with our residents and feedback about places they would like to visit so the activities team was sure to make this happen.
Residents at Beechgrove Care Home had a delightful day out at Clyde Valley Family Park, immersing themselves in the joy of nature and animal companionship. The outing provided a wonderful opportunity for residents to connect with various animals, relishing the chance to feed and pet them.
The highlight of the visit was a charming train ride, adding an extra layer of enjoyment to the day. Following their adventures, residents gathered at the park's café for a pleasant lunch and tea, where lively discussions flowed. The conversations revolved around reminiscing about their day and sharing stories about the pets they had cherished before becoming part of the Beechgrove community.
This engaging activity was carefully planned after thoughtful discussions and feedback from the residents, ensuring that their preferences and desires were taken into consideration. The outing not only brought excitement but also provided a valuable opportunity for residents to come together, fostering a sense of community.
The day sparked numerous discussions about the pets residents had encountered throughout their lives, creating a shared bond over the love and companionship animals bring. Beechgrove Care Home continues to prioritise resident engagement and enjoyment, making outings like these a cherished part of the care home experience.