The Hollies is delighted to be associated with Stinchcombe Golf Club as a key sponsor. We are passionate about contributing to the local community and this new collaboration is a true reflection of the pride we take in playing our part. At the Hollies we are involved in various local sports and arts activities, and [...]
Providing the very best for our elderly in Gloucestershire The Hollies new Holly Oak Dementia Care Home opened its doors on 11 January and, by all accounts, it seems it will exceed the expectations of the most discerning families, residents and health practitioners. Holly Oak offers state-of-the-art care in a tastefully designed home set in [...]
Holly Oak Dementia Care Home has teamed up with local designer Samboards to provide an innovative new sensory tool for dementia care. Samboards recently released a new product line of sensory pads which have a range of benefits for brain function, including reducing the effects of cognitive conditions such as dementia. The sensory pads work [...]
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Leading the way, Holly Oak affords important details that will enhance residents’ everyday enjoyment. Imagine a charming community with a tearoom, private bar, beauty salon, small dining rooms and beautiful furnishings that remind you of home!
The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic have been hard for us all. We have all been working harder to ensure our community remains safe and in the best health.
In order to receive the accreditation, care homes must undergo a rigorous training process, as well as embedding the Gold Standards Framework care standards in their respective care homes. The training programme itself is nine months long, and after both of these tasks have been completed, the accreditation process begins.
Here at The Hollies, we strive to provide top-level care for all our residents – including different forms of therapy sessions and activities for our residents to enjoy. Recently, we have begun working with World Jungle to bring interactive dance to our facility.
The sensory and intellectual simulation of music is known to increase or maintain a person’s level of physical, mental and social/emotional functioning. We hope that the sensory music sessions will be therapeutic and interactive fun for our residents…
There is a very exciting trip coming up at the Hollies! We will be having a lovely boat trip down the canal with The Willow Trust on the 18th of April 2018. The Willow Trust aims to provide therapeutic days out on the water primarily for disabled people of all ages and types of disability [...]