Moira Rogers, a resident at Hallgarth Care Home in Durham, accepted a kind donation of twiddle mitts from her friends at St Godricks Church knitting group.
“Moira spent a lot of time with the Church group prior to moving into Hallgarth,” explained Home Manager Angela Muir. “She looks forward to their visits and being able to keep her hand in with the church.”
Moria Rogers, said: “I was very proud to accept the donation of twiddle mitts on behalf of everyone at Hallgarth. The twiddle mitts are great and have had a great impact on the residents here at Hallgarth.”
Twiddle mitts help people who suffer with dementia relieve anxiety. They allow people to twiddle with all the different bits and bobs on the mitts which have a soothing effect.
Are you looking for a care home in Durham? Hallgarth Care Home offers support for all types of care including residential care, nursing care, respite care, intermediate care and end of life/palliative care.
Date published: 15 September 2017