Meg lambs visit Castle View

Castle View Nursing Home in Peel enjoyed an exciting visit from two fluffy friends.

Due to the ever-growing research into pet therapy, studies have shown that by interacting with an animal can help people release endorphins to produce a calming and happy effect. Therefore, we thought it would be a lovely experience for the residents for us to bring two beautiful Meg lambs into Castle View!

The two Megs had lost their mother at a young age, but they gained much more love as they brought so many happy faces to the residents and staff. The little ones, which the residents named Jet and Blanc, had two outfits for the special day…

Frilly frocks for the morning and a minion and Stitch outfit for the afternoon… Don’t they look so cute?!

Castle View nursing home in Peel is a purpose-built home providing nursing and dementia care for up to 66 elderly residents.

If you would like to find out about life at Castle View or come and visit, please do contact us on 0808 223 5323 or manager.castleview@caringhomes.org.

Castle View

Home Manager

John Adair

Address

Ballatessan Meadow,
Peel,
Isle of Man,
IM5 1DX

Contact
0808 223 5323
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
To Whom it may concern,

RE: A message from the CEO and Clinical Director

At Caring Homes we are following the latest Government advice and stopping visitors to all our homes, except for essential visits by healthcare professionals who will be required to adhere to strict protocols.

We understand that this may be very difficult for families but we are clear in our duty to ensure we protect the health, safety and wellbeing of our Residents and Colleagues as our top priority.

We want you to know that you can contact your loved ones through calls, emails, video and social media and we will support our Residents to view any messages you send over. We are confident that the teams in our homes are doing all they can to ensure that life remains as comfortable and sociable as possible. There will be a full programme of activities delivered by our in-house health and wellbeing teams.

We hope you will understand and support these actions and any further subsequent measures we might need to put in place.

Yours sincerely