Keeping active at Thames View

Residents at Thames View Care Home are keeping fit and active with their regular exercise routine. With four to five exercise sessions per week, the residents are committed to staying healthy and maintaining their physical well-being.

One of the most popular exercise sessions is seated yoga, which the residents thoroughly enjoy. The gentle stretching and breathing exercises are great for improving flexibility and mobility, and they also help to relieve stress and promote relaxation.

In addition to seated yoga, the residents also work on their balance during some of their exercise sessions. This is particularly important for older adults, as it can help to prevent falls and other accidents.

The staff at Thames View Care Home are thrilled to see how committed the residents are to their exercise routine, and they believe it is making a significant difference in their overall health and well-being. “We’re so proud of our residents for staying active and engaged, They are a true inspiration to us all.” said Elizabeth Darley, Home Manager.

Exercise is an essential part of life in care homes, providing residents with the opportunity to socialise, stay fit, and maintain their independence. The staff at Thames View Care Home are committed to providing engaging and enjoyable activities for their residents, and the popularity of their exercise sessions is a testament to their success.

Overall, the residents at Thames View Care Home are setting a great example for others by staying active and engaged in their later years. With regular exercise, they are maintaining their physical health and improving their quality of life.

Thames View Care Home provides residential, nursing and dementia care on a permanent or short stay basis. For more information or to arrange a tour of the home, call the friendly team on 0808 223 5406.