There's always something happening at Sunrise of Edgbaston. Call us to see what we have planned!
Flower Arranging workshop - Every Thursday morning at 10.30am. Residents meet in our parlour for our beautiful flower arranging class. Whether you are interested in flowers for the everyday, flowers for the home, growing flowers to arrange, creating floral design, creative floral art, or simply watching flowers being arranged, this is a lovely social session
T’ai Chi - Every Other Tuesday. Gentle T'ai Chi for health, happiness, fun and wellbeing. Some of the benefits claimed for T’ai Chi include; fewer falls, enhanced flexibility and balance, more energy, lower blood pressure and improved heart health, better mood and lower levels of depression, stress and anxiety. Can be performed whilst sitting or standing. A hit with our residents.
Baking Club - Every Wednesday at 2pm. Baking with Sian Bradley. Learn new recipes and impress your friends and family. We bake, we eat and we talk about it over coffee.
Art Workshop - Friday’s at 10am. Our experienced activities coordinator runs an art club for expressive art therapy. Kelsey uses the creative process of art to improve a person's physical, mental and emotional well-being
Resident for a Day - Last Friday of every month from 11am You are warmly invited to spend a day with us as a resident here at Sunrise of Edgbaston. Come and join us and take part in activities and sample our wonderful menu in this all day event. Please call to let us know if you're coming and we look forward to meeting you.
All our events are closed to visitors at this time. For further information please contact the home.
We continue to monitor the situation on a daily basis, following public health advice. We've a detailed set of criteria to inform when an individual home can be reopened safely to limited visiting either by families of existing residents or by potential new residents who may want to view one of our homes. The majority of our homes are open for admissions.
As part of our approach to reopening for visitors, we'll be operating in a very different way. To minimise the risk of infection we've produced a safety guide.
We'll continue to follow public health advice to determine when visits will return to normal and will continue to do our best to support residents to keep in touch with loved ones.