Residents at HC-One’s Roseberry Court care home in Redcar recently enjoyed a ‘Party Dancing’ show with Colleagues.
Colleagues were clapping and singing away to classic music from the 50’s and 60’s, with some Residents even getting up and dancing with Roseberry Court staff. Residents were giggling away at the efforts from staff trying to perform the party dancing, whilst trying to sing along to the music.
Mostly Residents from the Harmony care unit took part in the dancing exercises, which was a nice little change in their morning exercise routine.
Roseberry Court Resident Elenor joked: “Well I have never seen a show quite like that before!”
Dancing improves strength and muscle function in older adults, as well as increasing balance and flexibility, leading to better stability and fewer injuries as well as improving cardiovascular health.
Roseberry Court Home Manager said: “Today’s events have been very interactive, Residents really enjoyed seeing our staff trying to preform party dancing.