AS part of a new dementia therapy programme, Jack Parkinson Court care home in Mablethorpe has received a brillant British makeover.
A traditional pub, classic tearoom and cinema are just some of the quintessential features that residents of the care home can now enjoy.
Run by the Orders of St John Care Trust, the new ‘Jubilee Street’ was officially opened last week.
The home provides residential and specialist dementia care for its 37 residents, and underwent the makeover to promote reminiscence as therapy and reduce the use of antipsychotic drugs.
Jack Parkinson Court home manager Rosemary Robinson said: “The new areas have been well received by everyone at the home and also inspired new therapy ideas.”