A Bard’s View on Dementia

April is Poetry Month, at least in the USA. Over here we tend to join in but maintain our British feeling of literary superiority because our lists of poems and... Read more

Art Class Brings Joy

Frome Nursing Home ran art sessions for their family members who enjoy putting brush to paper.  The home always refers to their sixty residents as family members, which is part... Read more

Why Doesn’t the UK Have a Women’s Equality Day?

60 Years Ago, The RAF Told Wendy Mills, No Female Pilots Now living in Frome Nursing Home, I asked her if things had changed The 26th of August was Women’s... Read more

BBC Somerset Music and Dementia with Karen Tidy

A Dementia expert from Frome is promoting the use of music to assist those living with the condition. Karen Tidy is a Senior Nurse at Frome Care Village, the 60... Read more

Music at Frome Nursing Home

Ever get chills listening to a particularly moving piece of music? You can thank the salience network of your brain for that wave of emotion. Surprisingly, the part of our... Read more

International Woman’s Day

Around the world, people have been celebrating International Women’s Day by calling for a more inclusive and gender-equal world. Frome Nursing Home has been celebrating in its own way by... Read more

Amateur novelists put pen to paper at Frome Nursing Home

November was National Novel Writing Month, and aspiring authors at the award winning Frome Nursing Home, which is managed by the innovative Evolve Care Group, have worked together to produce... Read more