In memory of Joyce

Riversway Nursing Home now has a lovely new bench taking pride of place in the garden.


The bench was donated by Mr Williams in loving memory of his wife, Joyce, a resident at Riversway for 2-3 months earlier in the year.


Mr Williams is also planning to visit with a small plaque for the bench when he visits to attend our Forget Me Not Café.


The café has been very helpful to him, and he reports that the time spent chatting about Joyce has been a ‘relief’ and ‘very effective’ leading him to continue to be involved in, and support, Riversway.


This is wonderful to hear and we’ll all remember Joyce fondly as we use the new bench.



Congratulations to Joel

We’d all like to say congratulations to Joel Awe, a registered nurse here at Riversway Nursing Home, after he graduated from a course taken through the University of Liverpool.


Joel joined Riversway in October 2016, starting as one of our ‘bank’ of staff, and now he works full time as the senior nurse for the night team.


He successfully completed Master of Public Health qualification and graduated earlier this year in a special ceremony.


Well done Joel from all of us here at Riversway.



Walking for the memories

A team from Riversway Nursing Home took part in the local Memory Walk for the Alzheimer’s Society in September.


The group of staff, family and friends including Ian, our 84 year old volunteer who is young at heart, took part in the 5km walk around Bristol Docks, joining thousands of people dedicated to raising awareness of dementia.


The group joined in the fun by wearing blue glitter, and thoroughly enjoyed the event which included music, dance and swapping stories and experiences.


Also thank you to Also Mary's family for coming along to cheer us on.





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Bringing the beach to Riversway

With the hot summer days now behind us, we decided to bring the beach to Riversway.


A group of residents spent time painting beach huts and creating a little beach scene near a window.


It was a lovely activity and lots of memories were brought back of beaches and experiences from their younger days.





Decorating our forget me not cafe

Riversway’s Forget Me Not Café will next open its doors on September 29, and we’ve already begun getting ready for the big day.


Residents had the inspiration of decorating paper teapots and cupcakes to give our café a theme, as a cosy place to meet up and enjoy a brew.


During one of our occupational activities we also spent time folding napkins to give them attractive shapes – residents Leena, Betty and Dorothy folded many, many napkins to help us.


The café will run from 10.30am to 12noon. For more information ask a member of Riversway’s staff.


*Information leaflet attached below 


To view more photographs of our paper teapots and previous cafe afternoons, click HERE to view them on our Facebook page



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