It's Halloween Party time - will you be ghosting us or coming along?! Cura-Care are throwing an amazing Halloween Party at Armthorpe Community Centre on 31st October 2021. Will you be coming along for some spooky fun?There will be some fun games & stalls with Halloween prizes, Apple Bobbing, Pass the Parcel and some amazing music with DJ Jay!Of course no Halloween party is complete without a fancy dress contest so grab your blood stained bandages, your vampire teeth and your Ghoulish friends and join in.Tickets are available on Eventbrite and numbers are limited so be sure to grab yours while we still have some availability!Follow us on Facebook to see the pics!
The School holidays are coming! Are you ready? The Cura-Care team are getting ready to spend the summer holidays with your child. Do you know your session times and dates? Are you away on holidays and need to cancel? Call our office between 9.30am and 10.30am each weekday and speak with Mary, Kath or Jackie about the rota and session times! Being prepared means that we can avoid confusion and missed sessions! There are lots of events and activities happening in the local area, so if you have any specific activities in mind for your child, let your support worker know and get booking!
Did you know that exercise is has benefits for both your physical and mental health? With your help, we'd like to raise funds for local charities and clock up 100 miles throughout October! Download the Strava app and show us miles from your walks to add to the clock This will be visible on our page and updated daily - Together we can reach our goal! #exercise #yeswecan #bettertogether #CuraCare #TheMEProject
Dementia What is Dementia? “Dementia is a syndrome associated with an ongoing decline of brain functioning. There are different causes of dementia and many different types”. Symptoms may include: Thinking speed Memory Loss Mental Sharpness and quickness Language - struggling to use words Understanding Judgement Mood Movement Difficulties doing daily activities How does Cura-Care support someone with Dementia? Depending on the level and form of dementia, we would support the individual to stay within their home. We would work close with the family to create a person centred care plan for the individual ensuring the care we will provide the highest quality care. Watch Jackie and Teresa explain more