Residents have also been learning and developing their daily living skills, particularly cooking and testing new recipes. Craft activities such asknitting and diamond dots have been popular amongst residents who have enjoyed keeping busy with artistic endeavors.
Due to the limited opportunities to interact with people outside of their home, residents have learned how to participate in video calling, stayingin touch with family and friends. Keeping in contact with doctors and allied health professionals via video conferencing has also ensured that the health care needs of residents have been maintained.
Supported Living residents are looking forward to participating and engaging with the community more with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. As more places open and group activities slowly pick up, residents will begin to head back to their regular activities in the community and enjoy the opportunities available.
For more information about Mai-Wel’s living options supports, visit our Supported and Community Living page, or contact us on 4057 2900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.