Easter Fun at Rendlesham

The Easter bunny will soon be on his or her way to Rendlesham Care Centre again!

So we at Rendlesham have started to make our Easter bonnets and table decorations fort eh coming festivities.

The residents had lots of fun sticking, gluing and cutting shapes out. Creative therapy can be a useful and fulfilling activity to help those who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. It can increase the quality of life for those suffering and become a way of expression. Creative activities, such as writing, painting, or knitting, encourage a sense of competence, purpose, and growth – all of which contribute to aging well in us all!

Once again we chatted about how commercialised Easter has become and laughed at how the shops have the Easter eggs on the shelves before we are even over Christmas! But putting that all aside we are all looking forward to the Easter Bunnies coming in to see us and the hot cross buns we will have on good Friday, the smell is so delicious with lashings of real butter on them. All of these senses bring back happy memories to our residents.

Rendlesham Care Centre

Home Manager

Ruth Halls


Suffolk Drive,
IP12 2TP

0808 223 5531
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