Life at Amy Johnson House

Life at Amy Johnson House

Our supported living services are full of activities with a busy calendar of group cooking classes, exercise, health and nutrition workshops, 1-2-1 time and occupational therapy to suit everyone’s needs and help our residents to reach their recovery goals.

Highlights from life at Amy Johnson House:

Street Food & Beach Trips

Some of our residents from Amy Johnson House attended Yum Festival, a street food #Festival held around Hull marina, and enjoyed tasting lots of delicious foods!

One resident also enjoyed a beach trip with CatZero and support from Team Leader Cameron.

A Seaside Classic

Residents from Amy Johnson House enjoyed a trip to Bridlington for a seaside classic – fish and chips!

resident at Bridlington seafront resident at Bridlington seafront two boxes of fish and chips

Get Your Skates On!

Our residents at Amy Johnson House have been busy with lots of activities over the past week including ice skating, piano lessons and walks in the nature park area known as “Little Switzerland”!

Photography and DIY

One of our residents at Amy Johnson House has been out to the local park to do some photography. Meanwhile, back at the service, another of our residents enjoyed getting stuck in, helping the team to spray paint some furniture!

resident taking photo in woods resident taking photo in woods resident spray painting chest of drawers

“Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside…”

One of our residents from Amy Johnson House enjoyed a trip to Bridlington in the sunshine. This was our residents first time at the beach since 2016 and first time on a ride since 2009! 🏖️🎢

Absolutely Goosed

Our residents enjoyed an afternoon swimming at the local pool, followed by stopping by the park to feed the geese!

Pride Decorations

Our Amy Johnson House residents created some decorations for Pride month – even the flags were made from scratch! We love the lollipop stick flags – what a unique, creative idea! 🏳️‍🌈

Pen and Paint to Paper

Our incredibly talented residents at Amy Johnson House have drawn these brilliant pictures for our Art themed Instagram competition this month! The detail and colour on these drawings is amazing 🎨

Mental Health Awareness Week 2022

Amy Johnson House marked Mental Health Awareness Week with a coffee morning – residents baked cornflake crispy cakes especially for the event!

Residents also created a positivity wall with words of encouragement for each other.

Royal Armouries Visit

One of our residents at Amy Johnson House was supported on a visit to the Royal Armouries in Leeds – he had been excited to visit for a while and the experience did not disappoint!

Ice Hockey

One of our support staff at Amy Johnson House plays for the Kingston Diamonds ice hockey team, and some of our residents went along to the latest game to cheer her on! Our residents had a great time, and the Kingston Diamonds had an incredible 9-0 win against Slough Sirens!

3 males outside ice rink

A Fun-Filled Easter Weekend 2022

Our Amy Johnson House residents had a busy Easter weekend filled with display making, egg painting and cornflake cake making!

Beep Beep 🚗

Well done to one of our Amy Johnson House residents who is currently taking driving lessons and has just passed his theory test!

male holding certificate

Thai Feast New Year 2021

Happy New Year! 🌟 Residents at Amy Johnson House became top sous chefs on New Year’s Eve and enjoyed cooking up this delicious Thai feast!

Sharing the Christmas Spirit 2021

Staff from Amy Johnson House collected items to donate to Emmaus charity instead of sending Christmas cards to each other. They collected toiletries, gloves, hats and scarves.

Emmaus supports people to work their way out of homelessness, providing meaningful work, training, support and a stable home for as long as someone needs it.

items donated to charity

Crafty Christmas

A resident at Amy Johnson House drew this amazing picture for their Christmas display – that’s some incredible talent!

resident drawing of snowman looking at a christmas tree

Christmas Light Switch On

Staff and residents at Amy Johnson House took a trip to see the Hull Christmas Light Switch On. The residents had a fun time dancing and singing along to the music, getting ready for Christmas! Everyone then went back to Amy Johnson house and made hot chocolates with whipped cream and marshmallows to warm up.

Happy Halloween!

Amy Johnson House had an amazing Halloween weekend, full of fun activities including pumpkin carving. 🎃
Check out their spooky decorations too!

Transforming the Service

Residents and team members at Amy Johnson House have been busy creating wall art to brighten up their service and keep track of their Olympic Games. They also added to their arts and crafts corner, created a Nerf Gun target practice wall and updated their activity board ahead of Red Nose Day!

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