The purpose of providing meaningful social and recreational activities for our Residents is to provide stimulation, involvement, participation and fun.
It is very important here at Haven Bay that we meet the individual needs of each of our residents as this allows us to strive towards a more person centered approach in all aspects of care.
We start by asking each resident and their family to complete a ‘Life story’ allowing us to learn more about the person’s life and interests before they came to Haven Bay.
This allows us better plan for the activities they may enjoy. There are a number of activities on offer each day, residents as always have a choice in whether they wish to attend any or some of these recreational pursuits.
Mass is celebrated in Haven Bay twice weekly with Fr Kelly and a Eucharistic service is celebrated on Sundays.
Our resident Pet Therapist is Sophie. A Japanese Spitz, Sophie was born the same year Haven Bay opened its doors, in 2007.
This bundle of fluff and affection is a valued member of staff and is welcomed wherever she visits.
Ursa, a trained a guide dog, is also a frequent visitor to Haven Bay. Ursa loves a cuddle and as a social creature, responds very well to people.
“The staff were so respectful and gave 110% to both Mum and ourselves”
“always helpful and courteous”
“I was ever so grateful to the doctors, staff and particularly Yvonne for their patience..."
“She was cared for in Haven Bay as one would treat a relative”
This is our latest update regarding the current COVID19 situation.