Cup of tea and a chat
Ah, the great British ritual of tea and sympathy: the backbone of every friendship, and the nation’s finest tradition. Many care homes welcome visitors popping in to see the people they work with for a cuppa, whether tea’s to your taste, or you like your caffeine in a coffee. Bringing some lively new conversation, it’s the easiest way to contribute to your local community without worrying about planning a new activity.
Come ready to share some of your own stories on life, and learn from your other peoples, you might uncover extraordinary life stories or local history or share an intimate love of trees. Whether it sparks a conversation about the weather, the war, the cost of the paper or the verdict on strictly come dancing... Dance in the conversation. You can download our tips for conversation here. Want to go the extra mile? How about bringing in some cakes to go with your cuppa, or take something from outside inside to spark your conversation.
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Down Hall is part of a family owned business, and the owners consider everyone living and working there to be part of a wonderful extended family. Our residents will receive the attention they could expect from their own caring relatives if they had the time and ability, with the addition of dedicated professional expertise.
Down Hall can look after older people from the age of 65 years. At Down... Read more