Residents of The Grange Care Home in Darlington thrive during National Gardening Week, engaging in potting and flower arranging to enhance well-being and independence.

The Grange Care Home in Darlington is celebrating National Gardening Week by engaging its residents in a series of gardening and flower-arranging activities, demonstrating the home’s commitment to enriching the lives of its residents through meaningful and sensory experiences.

Throughout the week, residents have enjoyed the therapeutic benefits of potting plants and tending to their growth. The highlight was the immensely popular session of flower arranging held yesterday, which not only enhanced the aesthetic appeal of the home but also filled the air with the refreshing scent of freshly cut flowers.

“Activities like these are essential as they engage the senses, stimulate cognitive and sensory functions, improve motor skills, and foster a sense of independence among our residents,” said Carmen, Home Manager at The Grange Care Home. “The positive feedback from both residents and their families underscores the importance of these activities in our care approach.”

The Grange Care Home is renowned in Darlington for its dynamic approach to social care, focusing on activities that promote mental, physical, and emotional well-being. The success of events like these during National Gardening Week is a testament to the home’s popularity and its commitment to providing a nurturing environment for its residents.

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