Day Therapy Virtual Sessions

As a result of COVID-19 we are now offering a number of our services virtually, including conversation cafes for existing Day Therapy patients.

Join the LOROS hospice team for a chat and a coffee as part of our online service provision during the Covid-19 pandemic.

All sessions last for an hour and when you register we will ask you for some basic information. We need your contact details to get in touch with you if we need to speak to you about the event and we need to be able to send you the link to the session.

Your date of birth is used to verify your identity.

Once the session has concluded we will delete and not use these details again.

Dates and booking links can be found below


Virtual sessions

24th March

Mindfulness is the practice of purposely bringing one's attention in the present moment without judgment, a skill one develops through meditation or other training.

Join Complementary Therapist Angela for a mindfulness session which will leave you feeling relaxed and calm.

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25th March

Mindfulness is the practice of purposely bringing one's attention in the present moment without judgment, a skill one develops through meditation or other training.

Join Complementary Therapist Angela for a mindfulness session which will leave you feeling relaxed and calm.

Book here

29th March

Basic seated exercise 15-20 minutes

Being physically active is good for us, but not everyone can take part in activities like walking or cycling. Even a small amount of activity can be a tremendous boost to our wellbeing and help you to strengthen. Don't worry if you haven’t been as active for a while these basic seated exercises will be gentle and easy to follow. So why not give chair-based exercise a go, you might be surprised at just how good it makes you feel!

Please keep in mind that everyone has different levels of comfort when it comes to exercise, so start slowly. For safety, it’s important to consult a doctor before participating if you have recently undergone surgery, have any recent injuries that could be aggravated by exercise or you are unable to perform the correct posture during exercise (the slightest difference to the correct form of each exercise could result in pain or further injury).

You will need:

A solid, stable chair without wheels and be able to rest your feet flat on the floor. Wheelchair users must ensure that lap belts and brakes are applied

Loose, comfortable clothing and some water.

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31st March

Favourite memories about your parents/guardians

Have you kept any memorabilia of being a child or anything your parents passed down to you to cherish.

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1st April

Favourite memories about your parents/guardians

Have you kept any memorabilia of being a child or anything your parents passed down to you to cherish.

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7th April

Now we able to go and spend time in other peoples gardens lets reflect on what you love best about your home. Or having spent the best part of a year at home what do dislike most about your home?

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8th April

Now we able to go and spend time in other peoples gardens lets reflect on what you love best about your home. Or having spent the best part of a year at home what do dislike most about your home?

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Monday 12th April

Basic seated exercise 15-20 minutes

Being physically active is good for us, but not everyone can take part in activities like walking or cycling. Even a small amount of activity can be a tremendous boost to our wellbeing and help you to strengthen. Don't worry if you haven’t been as active for a while these basic seated exercises will be gentle and easy to follow. So why not give chair-based exercise a go, you might be surprised at just how good it makes you feel!

Please keep in mind that everyone has different levels of comfort when it comes to exercise, so start slowly. For safety, it’s important to consult a doctor before participating if you have recently undergone surgery, have any recent injuries that could be aggravated by exercise or you are unable to perform the correct posture during exercise (the slightest difference to the correct form of each exercise could result in pain or further injury).

You will need:

A solid, stable chair without wheels and be able to rest your feet flat on the floor. Wheelchair users must ensure that lap belts and brakes are applied

Loose, comfortable clothing and some water.

Book here

Wednesday 14th April

Tai Chi

Enhance physical and mental health, as well as to improve posture, balance, flexibility, and strength. In addition, tai chi is said to boost mood, alleviate pain, strengthen the immune system, and improve heart health.

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Monday 19th April

Basic seated exercise 15-20 minutes

Being physically active is good for us, but not everyone can take part in activities like walking or cycling. Even a small amount of activity can be a tremendous boost to our wellbeing and help you to strengthen. Don't worry if you haven’t been as active for a while these basic seated exercises will be gentle and easy to follow. So why not give chair-based exercise a go, you might be surprised at just how good it makes you feel!

Please keep in mind that everyone has different levels of comfort when it comes to exercise, so start slowly. For safety, it’s important to consult a doctor before participating if you have recently undergone surgery, have any recent injuries that could be aggravated by exercise or you are unable to perform the correct posture during exercise (the slightest difference to the correct form of each exercise could result in pain or further injury).

You will need:

A solid, stable chair without wheels and be able to rest your feet flat on the floor. Wheelchair users must ensure that lap belts and brakes are applied

Loose, comfortable clothing and some water.

Book here

Wednesday 21st April

Quiz

It’s quiz time again!! Today’s quiz comprises of 40 general knowledge questions, some easy and some a little more brain teasing.

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Monday 26th April

Basic seated exercise 15-20 minutes

Being physically active is good for us, but not everyone can take part in activities like walking or cycling. Even a small amount of activity can be a tremendous boost to our wellbeing and help you to strengthen. Don't worry if you haven’t been as active for a while these basic seated exercises will be gentle and easy to follow. So why not give chair-based exercise a go, you might be surprised at just how good it makes you feel!

Please keep in mind that everyone has different levels of comfort when it comes to exercise, so start slowly. For safety, it’s important to consult a doctor before participating if you have recently undergone surgery, have any recent injuries that could be aggravated by exercise or you are unable to perform the correct posture during exercise (the slightest difference to the correct form of each exercise could result in pain or further injury).

You will need:

A solid, stable chair without wheels and be able to rest your feet flat on the floor. Wheelchair users must ensure that lap belts and brakes are applied

Loose, comfortable clothing and some water.

Book here

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