One of the attractions of Wardside House is that we lay on everything for you.
August 13 · Editor: Resident Margery Neill and Resident Andrew Hodge
Flowers at front of House: During the hot dry spell of weather, Cath Fox very kindly undertook the task of keeping the flowers well watered which was very much appreciated. They are certainly looking very healthy and full of colour.
July 13 · Editor: Resident Margery Neill and Resident Andrew Hodge
At the beginning of the month, imitation hearts were made, stuffed and then decorated for ornamentation but in the latter part of the month the concentration was on the annual Scarecrow Competition which, for this year, the theme is ‘Countries of the World’.
June 13 · Editor: Resident Margery Neill and Resident Andrew Hodge
A kindergarten teacher was observing her classroom children will they were drawing and occasionally took a walk round to see each child’s work . As she got to one little girl who was working diligently, she asked what the drawing was. The girl replied “I am drawing God.” The teacher paused and then said “But no one knows what God looks like.” Without missing a beat, or looking up from her drawing , the little girl replied “ They will in a minute.”
May 13 · Editor: Resident Margery Neill and Resident Andrew Hodge
A few weeks ago we were asked by Muthill Primary School to enter
an Easter Bonnet Competition and we accepted the challenge. A top hat was made,
suitably decorated with Easter flowers, eggs and chickens and duly sent to the
school. Much to our surprise, the hat was returned along with a certificate which
read “Congratulations. You have won “THE MOST ORIGINAL” in the Easter
Bonnet Competition. The certificate is awarded to Wardside”.
April 13 · Editor: Resident Margery Neill and Resident Andrew Hodge
Mairi Scott has taken on the roll of ‘Champion in Anticipatory Care Planning’
and will be discussing with all residents any concerns they may have for the future and what their wishes may be. Cecilia Stevenson is our ‘Falls awareness and prevention Champion’ and has provided all staff with training on this - which we hope should prevent falls or at least