Joyful Visit from Alpacas Brings Smiles to Primrose House
Animal therapy took centre stage at Primrose House, bringing joy and smiles to residents as Millie and Bella, the lovable alpacas, paid a delightful visit. The presence of these gentle creatures not only created a heartwarming atmosphere but also contributed to the well-being of the residents.
Residents at Primrose House were actively involved in the animal therapy session, experiencing the therapeutic benefits that interactions with animals can offer. The opportunity to feed and walk the alpacas around the home provided a hands-on and engaging experience, fostering a sense of connection with these furry friends.
Animal therapy is known for its positive impact on mood and relaxation, and Millie and Bella certainly lived up to expectations. The residents who spent time in their rooms were not left out, as the alpacas made special visits to bring smiles and moments of joy to everyone.
The joy and excitement that filled Primrose House during the alpacas' visit exemplify the meaningful experiences that animal therapy can create. The gentle nature of Millie and Bella made them instant favourites among the residents, and the positive effects of the visit resonated throughout the home.
Eloise the Lifestyle Manager at Primrose House expressed the sentiments of the residents, stating, "We loved having Millie and Bella the alpacas visit us. They were so gentle and made us smile. It was a great way to start the morning." This sentiment underscores the importance of incorporating animal therapy into the care and activities provided at Primrose House.
As the residents continue to cherish these memorable moments, the visit from Millie and Bella stands as a testament to the uplifting power of animal companionship and the dedication of Primrose House to enhancing the overall well-being of its residents.
Danforth Care Homes are currently welcoming residents, If you or a loved one wish to find out more information or come along, explore the facilities, and meet the staff, you can do so by contacting the enquiry team.
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