Residents and Staff are exceptionally busy during these difficult times but they always make time to find innovative ways to have some fun. They picked their animal and the app made the animal come to life in pictures and in 3D Lots of fun was had by the residents.
Highland dancers have stepped up to stage a virtual concert in a bid to stay on their toes for the return of a competition season decimated by the pandemic. Dancers used Zoom to stage the digital concert from four courier country schools.
Residents kept themselves busy on Mothers Day at Harestane Care Home, writing messages to their loved ones.
Harestane Carehome celebrated Mothers day a bit differently this year but kept spirits high with Cards and cake. Everyone is missing visits from families and friends but understand why no-one can and send messages to everyone.
May Christie is a Dundee great-great grandmother who remains forever young as she celebrated her 100th birthday. May marked the milestone with a party surrounded with family and friends at Harestane Care Home including a niece who has travelled from Australia. Her cake had only 25 candles on it because Mrs Christie, who has children Peter, 77, Angus, 74, Carole, 72, Rosilynn, 67, eight grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and three great-great grandchildren, was born on a leap day in 1920.
Local Highland Dancers entertained the residents at Harestane Care Home.
Mary Coyne was a 100 on the 21st December and we held a big celebration for her with singers highland dancers and a piper
Harestane Clients were delighted to welcome Highland Dancer Alix who entertained them on 6th January 2019 finishing off the seasons festive activities.
A brother and sister have stayed together all their lives until sister had to go into care, she is now settled in Harestane Care home where her brother can visit regularly.
Unsolicited Feedback from party organisers SSSC –
We had a fabulous time yesterday. We had such a ball. I can’t thank you all enough for letting us do that and all your help. Your staff are wonderful and I can tell how much you love your residents and that is such a lovely feeling and thing to see!