My Home Life

Our vision is a world where all care homes for older people are great places to live, die, visit and work.

Resources library

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Below you’ll find a list of all the resources we’ve developed and distributed to the care home sector. Any requests for resources you’d like to see in future – drop us a line.

You can find further resources on the MHL Scotland and MHL Cymru (including resources in Welsh) websites.

Don’t forget to check out our Video library – videos on lots of topics, good for meetings, training sessions or just to get you inspired!

Bulletins for Care Home Staff

Posters

10 year anniversary of MHL briefings

My Home Life toolkit resources

Tools to support conversations

Tools to support feedback

Tools to support care homes connecting with the community

Resources developed by members of the MHL Movement

Activities in Care Homes

Quality of Life in Care Homes Literature Review

Research briefings on best practice themes

Good practice guides - MHL Cymru

Research on My Home Life

Collaborative Research

My Home Life London resources

The Big Care Home Conversation

Our Blog

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"I get to listen to interesting stories about the residents’ lives and my eyes have been opened up to a completely different lifestyle to my own"

Student Hubs is a national organisation which supports students to tackle social challenges, learn about issues and connect with each other. The Bristol Hub, which supports the students of the University of Bristol, has been collaborating with My Home Life as they work towards creating stronger relationships with care homes in the south west of England. Bristol Hub has created […]

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"A new pace of life for Llys Hafren"

Llys Hafren is a residential Care Home in Wales and My Home Life have been in touch with them to find out how their community engagement work has achieved so much success in the last year. Llys Hafren is making it their mission to change people’s understanding of what older people can do. As a […]

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