Winter has arrived, catches us out sometimes, so warm and cosy inside but outside a typical Glen Innes winters day.
Ray our resident physiotherapist has started a walking group through the and around the gardens of Roseneath on fine mornings, still a bit cool, but for those of us that come from Glen Innes find it quite invigorating, for those that have come from warmer places would find it a pleasant change.
Emma Notley and Judith
Emma is one of our allied care professionals, visits us here once a month. Our staff keep a look out for anything that needs professional attention, we also have trained staff members that can tend to fingernails.
Liezel our resident beautician pampering our residents at the Roseneath nail barn, please let staff know if you would like to attend one of these sessions.
Lisa one of our newest residents treading the boards at one of our sing-a-long sessions. Even though covid has impacted on all our lives we still know how to have fun.
Craft days are back, we need ideas on what craft projects you would like us to help you with or provide materials for.
Crafts are a good way to keep our minds active and fingers nimble.
A happy birthday to Gloria and Debby, no matter the age Birthdays are always nice to celebrate.
Debby is one of our younger residents but even she is celebrating.
Your feedback is important to us
Your input is important to us, so please, if there is anything concerning you about the care your loved one is reciving we would like to hear from you so we can resolve any issues, we are very proud of the care we give, sometimes things get missed. Equaly we like to hear any positive comments, we share these with our staff, they help us stay motivated.
You will find in your loved ones room a red folder with continuous improvement log, also a comment and complaints form which you can also fill out if you would prefer, either way all issues will be dealt with