Championing quality of life for older people.
We Listen. We Care.
At Mowlam, we encourage our residents to engage, enjoy, express, and live as full, independent, and active a life as possible with us.
At each nursing home, a dedicated activities co-ordinator develops an extensive weekly calendar, tailored to the unique needs, and expressed preferences, of our residents. Residents’ freedom of choice guides everything we do.
Empowering residents to live the richest and fullest lives possible
We provide support and stimulation through a blend of activities and therapies that enrich the body, mind, and spirit. On a typical week, you will find music singing and dancing, cognitive stimulation therapy, pet therapy, light exercise, games, gardening, baking, arts and crafts, excursions, flower arranging and social activities – residents also love to maintain the hobbies they enjoyed before moving to nursing home care. Everyone’s birthday is market with fresh homemade cake and seasonal holidays are a great time of celebration for residents, their family and friends. In essence our staff, in every Mowlam home, go above and beyond each and every day to enrich the lives of the residents in their care.
Our activities programming is designed to bring together residents, staff, and families – and to turn each day into an opportunity for everyone to Live With Purpose.
Arrange a Home Visit
Visiting one of our homes is easy, just make an appointment with the Director of Care, who would be delighted to show you around.
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Bringing comfort and joy to our residents
The majority of our homes have a Pet Therapy programme, with some homes having live-in dogs or laying hens, as part of a holistic approach to care of our elderly residents. Adored by everyone, the exceptionally well trained pets bringing extra comfort, affection and emotional support to our valued residents.
Pets have been shown to benefit our health and well-being, add to the homely atmosphere and Pet Therapy is being used worldwide to great effect in nursing homes and care settings.
Our therapy dogs provide companionship and friendship – it really should be called Smile Therapy.
All our homes also organise petting farms to visit so that residents from farming backgrounds can benefit from time with lambs, chicks and baby goats, and we also have a gorgeous therapy pony our home in Waterford.