Recently, there has been promising news regarding a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease in the form of Vitamin B3 Niacin.
Anticipatory grief is a form of grief that occurs when we know that we will experience a significant loss in the future, such as the loss of a loved one.
We are delighted to have the opportunity to express our heartfelt thanks to North Star Community Grants Fund for their generous donation.
On Monday morning, we started our week-long celebration of pancake day (Shrove Tuesday) by serving everyone at the group hot pancakes with syrup or lemon and sugar.
On Tuesday morning, we had our monthly Magic Moments Coffee Morning at St Cuthbert’s Church Hall in Billingham. Our theme for February was Valentine’s Day
This week was very eventful here at the Young At Heart ULO activities.
Monday morning was very busy, with lots to discuss and lots to take in so our activity was kept simple, short and sweet; we spent some time writing short stories where you all take it in turns to add a sentence.
On Monday morning, the Stockton Activity Group took part in a chair-based exercise routine to help with mobility and fine motor skills. The group was well attended and it was great to see some people that we hadn’t seen since before Christmas.
This week we finally released our first newsletter of 2020 – it was hard to finalise any plans over the festive break but we are back on track with our planning and plotting for the year ahead.
This week has been significantly more relaxed than the last but very busy all the same. On Monday morning, the Stockton group completed the RSPB Spot it quiz of wildlife and wildflowers in their two respective teams. It was great fun listening to the teams discuss and compare and contrast Read more…
This week, the team was starting to feel a little more like their old selves following the festive break and a semi-normal service returned to the groups.