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Care Home Activities

Our Activities Co-ordinator ensures that each Service User enjoys an activities programme. The varied programme includes one-to-one and group activities, quizzes, reminiscence therapy and outings in the summer when the weather is better for our Service Users. The Activities Co-ordinator will sit with every new Service User and discuss their social interest. This is also taken from a social history, which we ask families to complete upon admission.

Care Home Activities

Meals & Menus

We provide all meals. We aim to take Service User’s preferences and needs into account and we will keep a record of these future reference. A menu is published every day with 2 main choices. If residents would prefer an alterative, we will try to accommodate these requests.

  • Breakfast
  • 08:00
  • Lunch
  • 12:00
  • Dinner
  • 16:30
  • Supper Trolley
  • 19:15

Morning drinks trolley at 10:30. Afternoon drinks trolley at 14:30. Other drinks are available on request.

mealtime at Victorian Care Home


Warrington Victoria House care home visitors

Visitors can come and visit our Residents at any time. The only thing we ask is that they respect the fact that this is a shared home and they treat the other Residents politely and with respect, especially when using the lounge and other shared areas.

All children visiting the Care Home will need to be supervised by an adult at all time. To help us maintain the security of the building and Residents, we ask visitors to help us by filling in the visitors’ book when they arrive and again when they leave.

Going Out

Warrington Victoria House care home going out

Service Users are encouraged to come and go from Victoria House as they whish, providing that it is safe to do you. All we ask is that:

  • They give staff as much notice as possible
  • They tell us when they are leaving and when they are expected back.

Religious Belief & Practice

Our Service Users may attend religious services either within or outside the Home as they wish. If services are outside the home, they should, if necessary and where possible, arrange for transport and accompaniment of friends or relatives. In the event of this not being possible, we can try to make arrangements for someone to accompany the Service User.

Service Users have the right to meet clergy of their chosen denomination at any time. If required, a private room will be made available for such meetings. Ministers come into the home once a month for a service or more often if requested.


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