Birmingham care home Residents celebrate key days in MarchResidents at HC-One’s Perry Locks care home in Birmingham, which offers, residential, nursing and residential and nursing dementia care, enjoyed a fun filled March, from welcoming back visitors to celebrating Mother’s Day and St Patricks Day later on in the month.

March has been a busy month for Perry Lock’s wellbeing team as they have covered Mother’s Day, St David’s Day, St Patricks Day but most exciting was welcoming visitors back to the home.

Afternoon tea was served for Residents on Mother’s Day and many Residents were visited by their children to celebrate together.

The Residents got creative and decorated the lounges for St David’s Day and St Patricks Day, with lots of wonderful pieces of themed artwork being created to put in the home.

Perry Locks Home Manager said: “I appreciate everything all of our wonderful staff are doing during this difficult time to keep our amazing Residents safe.”
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