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While we are keenly mindful of the need for privacy and quiet moments, offering plenty of peaceful places for our residents to reflect or enjoy time alone, we also know that social interactions are an important element of supporting long-term mental wellbeing. 

There are lots of communal spaces and shared activities designed to help residents enjoy daily interactions and form meaningful friendships, and we enable those more severely challenged to join in with these activities using accessibility-approved equipment.

For those who are bed-bound, whether long-term or for short periods of time, there are lots of opportunities for daily chats and enjoyable exchanges, and we have excellent internet connectivity so that residents can keep in touch with friends or family who may not live close by.

Social areas
Social areas
Social areas