Games Room

At Deeside Care Home, we are delighted to provide a fantastic games room as one of our facilities. This vibrant space is equipped with a range of engaging activities to keep residents entertained and encourage social interaction. Inside the games room, you’ll find an air hockey table that promises competitive matches. For those who enjoy a friendly competition of precision, our darts board offers an opportunity to showcase their aim and skill. The football table invites residents to engage in lively tournaments for football lover. Additionally, our games room features a basketball hoop, inviting residents to test their shooting abilities. With a variety of games available, the games room at Deeside Care Home is the perfect destination for residents to unwind, have fun, and forge lasting connections with fellow residents.

Endless Fun

The games room at Deeside Care Home helps to enhance our residents’ overall well-being and quality of life. It provides an avenue for socialisation, allowing residents to come together and enjoy recreational activities in a pleasant and relaxed setting. We believe it’s important to keep our residents’ brains and bodies active in a variety of fun and engaging ways.

The games room promotes cognitive stimulation and mental agility. Whether it’s aiming for bullseyes on the darts board, displaying quick reflexes on the football table, or improving hand-eye coordination with the basketball hoop, these activities challenge and exercise residents’ minds. The games room is the perfect source of entertainment and enjoyment, providing a break from daily routines and an opportunity for residents to have fun and experience moments of excitement and laughter.

Air Hockey Table at Deeside
Seating Area in the Games Room

Friendly Competition

There is always plenty of friendly competition going on at Deeside. We have seen firsthand how a bit of friendly competition promotes social engagement and interaction. Participating in competitive activities encourages residents to interact with one another, which helps to foster connections and friendships within the care home community. Through shared experiences, residents have the opportunity to bond, share stories, and create lasting memories.

Taking part in competitive games stimulates cognitive function and mental sharpness. Engaging in challenging activities requires strategic thinking, problem-solving, and quick decision-making, which helps to exercise and maintain residents’ cognitive abilities. This mental stimulation can contribute to improved memory, concentration, and overall cognitive well-being in older individuals.

Partaking in friendly competition also provides a sense of accomplishment and self-esteem. When residents participate in games and competitions, they have the opportunity to showcase their skills, talents, and abilities. Success and achievements in these activities help to boost residents’ self-confidence and provide a sense of purpose and fulfillment.

Resident Playing a Game of Bowling
Resident Playing Connect4

What You’ll Find at Deeside

To ensure residents have the best stay possible, our care home has been carefully designed to provide many all-inclusive facilities and services to support residents in living a full life.

Selection of Games

Social Opportunities

Cognitive Function

Games Room FAQs

Examples of games that we regularly play in the games room include connect four, air hockey, darts, skittles and bean bag toss.

Having a games room in a care home can provide several benefits for residents including social interaction, mental stimulation, physical activity, emotional well-being, and a sense of accomplishment to name a few.

Of course, if you would like to play a game with a loved one they are more than welcome to participate in the fun. It’s all about creating new memories.

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Deeside Care Home
Cults Ave
Cults
Aberdeen
AB15 9RZ

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