A world where no-one is unfairly disadvantaged or excluded because of age or infirmity and where every person can enjoy life as they age.
The late Dr. Chris Moran launched Prama in 1982
At Prama, we are always looking for ways to provide additional services to our customers.
We have recently joined forces with an organisation called Age Concern Poole in order to further develop the Prama experience and our collaborative efforts with them have proven so popular that we have named this partnership “Prama Plus”.
Whilst Prama’s core services centre primarily on providing care and assistance for people at home, we now do so much more. With the help of Age Concern, Prama customers can now take part in a number of different events designed to allow older residents to socialise with one another and have fun.
For instance, Age Concern organise a number of regular, weekly meetings called pop-ins for residents to attend as and when they wish.
These events include parties, outings, lunches and bingo sessions as well as many more. There are also seasonal events such as Christmas lunches on offer and, with no membership fees to pay, the pop-ins provide a flexible, no obligation experience.
Furthermore, Prama arranges a club in the Hanham Centre, Wimborne every Saturday where residents relax in a friendly environment complete with food and drink to enjoy. This club also provides support for friends and family members who care for their relations as residents receive respite care for the day.
Memory Lane clubs are another great example of the experiences available through Prama Plus. These sessions are led by a specially trained Prama memory expert to provide activities which aid in the development of mental dexterity and improved memory.
If you would like to learn more about our new Prama Plus partnership and the amazing services it includes, click here.