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Kingsley puts some Oomph! into its care homes with new wellbeing partnership!

By May 14, 2018May 16th, 2018No Comments

We have partnered with Kingsley Healthcare, an award winning, UK Care Group, to deliver awesome exercise classes and creative activities for their residents.

Following a pilot in two homes last November, the wellbeing training is now being rolled out across a further 11 homes in Norfolk, Suffolk, Greater Manchester and Cheshire and Dorset.

Taking a whole-home approach to activities, staff have been trained in our Wellbeing Leadership programme. This will ensure that they are equipped with everything they need to create and sustain a person-centred plan of varied exercise and activities that residents love. The training is tailored to each home, and focuses on meeting and exceeding regulator requirements.

The programme also includes a series of skills workshops, including Oomph! Sport, which has been designed in partnership with key National sports. These partnerships aim to make exercise as engaging as possible, to encourage inactive residents to take up physical activity and try something new – or rediscover lost passions. Further workshops will focus on relaxation, music and nature.

Residents will soon be able to play clock cricket, slipper soccer and armchair volleyball – sports especially adapted to fit the needs and abilities of residents, with the new content ensuring that exercise sessions are continually fresh and exciting.

Kingsley operations director Debbie McGovern said: “We understand how important it is to make daily life in our homes fun and stimulating for the residents.

“As a company we are always keen to invest in the latest technology and training.”

Ben Allen, Oomph’s CEO and Founder, said: “Oomph! are delighted to be working with the Kingsley team. It is a privilege to be an integral part of the organisation’s wellbeing provision. We will work in partnership to drive innovation and participation across all homes and are excited to be adding additional fun and engagement to resident activities!”