Gail Bullock, Care Home Manager, said: “Everyone who attended the tea party had a great time. We welcomed some local people from the community, who came in and spoke to our residents and their families about what it’s like living with dementia. The team looked like hostesses with the mostest as they served afternoon tea. It was a great way to raise awareness of dementia.”
Not content with just having a lovely afternoon tea, some of the residents visited a local ice cream truck to get another helping of sweet treats.
Gail Bullock added: “The residents all enjoyed their 99’s. It was a lovely simple way to end the day.”
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Date published: 15 September 2017