Care Home Stoke on Trent – World Mental Health Day
October 10th is World Mental Health Day and here at our care homes, our resident’s mental health is just as important as physical health. World Mental Health Day is a global day for the education and awareness of mental health and trying to break the social stigma.
At Lovett Care, we recognise the importance of mental health and October 10th provides our staff and residents with an opportunity to talk about their issues and what can be done to make their stay more comfortable. Mental health problems can be brought on by numerous factors such as anxiety, stress, depression and more.
Care Homes Are Most Importantly A Home!
Moving to a new care home can put a strain on new residents mental health. But here at Lovett Care, our aim is to make their transition as stress-free as possible and as a result, the moment you walk through our doors you’ll feel at home.
The Lovett Care staff go above and beyond to get you settled in right away and eliminate any anxiety or stress. However, if there is anything we can assist with, then please let us know. This extends to the entire family, as moving home can be stressful for everyone. Our teamwork with the resident and the family to make it as smooth and seamless a move as possible.
At Lovett Care, our goal is to make our resident feel like they’re part of a community and give them a sense of belonging. It is vitally important that residents feel at ease in their new home.
Get in Touch for More Advice
We like to offer a range of activities for our occupants with the goal of engaging and encouraging connections between us all. Our activities include singing, social interaction, creative workshops as well as communal meals. Engaging activities bring out a positive atmosphere throughout our care homes.
If you would like to know more about our care homes, please get in touch with a member of our helpful staff today.