Activities at Catmoor House care homeResidents at HC-One’s Catmoor House, nursing and nursing memory care home, in Perth have taken part in activities throughout November.

Residents were delighted to receive a visit from the children at Robert Douglas Memorial School. The children came to the home to sing and dance outside for the Residents. The waved at all the Residents through their windows. They delivered cards and letters for the Resident.

The Residents loved watching the children dance and sing. They all looked so cheerful. The Residents and children have a great relationship and have started to write letters as pen pals. 

One Resident, said, “I wish I could sing and dance with them. I love to dance.”

Another Resident, added, “Oh how lovely. All the children were smiling, singing, dancing and smiling at us.”

Another activity at Catmoor House has been a music afternoon. Iris a Resident at the home played the keyboard. She played all types of music, specifically country and Scottish. 

The Residents had great fun playing the tambourines and dancing along.

One Resident, commented, “I have enjoyed this so much, thank you to all involved.”

Care Home Manager, Carol Riley, added, “So lovely to see all the Residents enjoying themselves.”