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Life at Oaklands

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Pamper Time at Oaklands - At the moment at Oaklands, every Thursday morning is Pampering time! Get your hair done in the hairdressing room, followed up by a manicure. These are some of the manicures done this morning.
Gardening Club at Oaklands - We got together this morning and potted some spectacular Sunflowers! There are now happy outside the Entrance in the Sun growing strong.
Oaklands celebrate a birthday! - We had the wonderful pleasure of celebrating with a special lady her 90th birthday. The Activity Co-ordinator with the help of her relatives planned a surprise party. She had absolutely no idea and thoroughly enjoyed the celebrations. We sipped champagne
Crafts at Oaklands - We like to get creative here at Oaklands, and this morning we worked on creating some pictures to jazz up our bedrooms. We’d painted the frames in a previous activity session and today we filled them with patterned paper and
Baking Club at Oaklands! - Baking Club takes place every week in Acorn Cafe. We all come together to make something sweet and reminiscence about previous baking we have done. Whether you’re an professional baker or a complete beginner, we always enjoy creating something new.
Activities at Oaklands! - Gardening Today we started preparing for our doorstep challenge by potting some plants. we potted busy lissies and marigolds. We spoke about the colours and how much we liked bright flowers. Scent Bags Today’s activity was sensory based, we spent

Home Details

Jane Williams - Care Manager

Gilsthwaite Lane
Kirk Hammerton
North Yorkshire
YO26 8DS

Tel: 01423 580883
Fax: 01423 331111

[email protected]

We were pleased with many of the positive observations the CQC noted in their report, including:

• There was a positive, caring culture at the service.
• People told us they felt safe at the service.
• Staff told us they enjoyed working at the service, that they were supported by management and kept informed about service developments.
• People, and their relatives if necessary, were involved in making decisions about their care and treatment.
• People were treated with dignity and respect whilst being supported with personal care.

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