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Visiting by Appointment for Families

Our heartfelt wish is to return to normal open visiting at each of our homes but to protect our vulnerable residents this is not going to be possible for the foreseeable future. However, in line with the lifting of many of the lockdown provisions throughout the UK and updated professional guidance, family visits will recommence by appointment only from Monday 22 June. Appointments will be made through an online portal and guidance on the registration and booking process will be issued to family members. Guidance on visiting arrangements and criteria, together with risk assessment, are set out on the Visiting page. In essence, the following will apply: One visit per resident/couple every two weeks Maximum of two visitors at any time and both visitors must be from the same household Visitors in the clinically extremely vulnerable group who are shielding must not visit Visitors in the moderately vulnerable group who are shielding should not visit Those who have been told to isolate by the NHS Test and Trace service must not visit Visiting time will be a maximum of 30 minutes to enable a 30-minute turnaround of area Please do not arrive more than 10 minutes before your appointment time Visitors must wait in their cars until instructed by a member of staff If arriving later than the appointment time the length of appointment cannot be extended Any items for the residents must be left with a member of staff This prescriptive approach is not something that we wish for at any of our homes, but we hope you will understand that this is the only way we can facilitate safe visiting at this current time. Arrangements will be kept under constant review and like everyone, we look forward to a time when none of this will be necessary. In the meantime, we thank you for your support and understanding. Please refer to our Visiting tab for more information. To find out the latest on the pandemic, go to gov.uk/coronavirus or nhs.uk/coronavirus

18th June

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Briefings on our Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Please click the links below to view a video presentation from Jeremy Brown, Managing Director of Christadelphian Care Homes, setting out our current response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Further updates will be provided in due course. If you have any questions arising from the presentation, please feel free to use the Contact Us form on this website. Covid-19 Briefing [13 June 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [5 June 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [1 June 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [16 May 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [10 May 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [4 May 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [27 April 2020]

17th June

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Coronavirus (Covid-19): Update 11 May 2020

All Christadelphian Care Homes Remain Closed to Visitors.  The government has indicated we are now past the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the rate of transmission remaining consistently below the threshold of one and other positive indicators such as falling new rates of infection and hospital admittance.  As such, the current guidance to the general population has been amended from “stay at home” to “stay alert”.  However, the guidance for the care sector remains the same and pending the outcome of any review from public advisory bodies (such as Public Health England), our homes must remain closed to all but essential visitors. The residents of our homes are extremely vulnerable and we have to continue to mitigate the risk of them catching COVID-19. We are ever mindful of the potential impact on the mental and spiritual well-being of our residents and families as a result, but first and foremost we must continue to look after the physical well-being of every resident at this time. During the period of closure, we have been greatly uplifted by the messages of support for our residents through letters, cards and video calls, and we urge you to continue to support our residents in this way - they need you more than ever before! We do, however, respectfully ask you to continue to refrain from coming to our homes at this stage – even for garden and “though the window” visits. Our residents are encouraged to make as much use of the gardens and grounds as possible at this present time so any visits no matter how well intentioned might put them at risk. We are very appreciative of the tireless work of our staff in supporting our residents and creating lively, stimulating environments within our homes at this time, despite the lack of visitors coming through our doors. We will keep visitor restrictions under constant review and will ease them as soon as we are able to in line with changes in Government and professional guidance.  In the meantime, thank you for your support and understanding.

20th May

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Bethesda

A selection of photos of activities within the home over recent weeks...

20th May

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Eden House

A selection of photos of activities at the home over recent weeks...

20th May

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Fair Haven 

A selection of photos of activities around the home during recent weeks

20th May

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Visiting by Appointment for Families

Our heartfelt wish is to return to normal open visiting at each of our homes but to protect our vulnerable residents this is not going to be possible for the foreseeable future. However, in line with the lifting of many of the lockdown provisions throughout the UK and updated professional guidance, family visits will recommence by appointment only from Monday 22 June. Appointments will be made through an online portal and guidance on the registration and booking process will be issued to family members. Guidance on visiting arrangements and criteria, together with risk assessment, are set out on the Visiting page. In essence, the following will apply: One visit per resident/couple every two weeks Maximum of two visitors at any time and both visitors must be from the same household Visitors in the clinically extremely vulnerable group who are shielding must not visit Visitors in the moderately vulnerable group who are shielding should not visit Those who have been told to isolate by the NHS Test and Trace service must not visit Visiting time will be a maximum of 30 minutes to enable a 30-minute turnaround of area Please do not arrive more than 10 minutes before your appointment time Visitors must wait in their cars until instructed by a member of staff If arriving later than the appointment time the length of appointment cannot be extended Any items for the residents must be left with a member of staff This prescriptive approach is not something that we wish for at any of our homes, but we hope you will understand that this is the only way we can facilitate safe visiting at this current time. Arrangements will be kept under constant review and like everyone, we look forward to a time when none of this will be necessary. In the meantime, we thank you for your support and understanding. Please refer to our Visiting tab for more information. To find out the latest on the pandemic, go to gov.uk/coronavirus or nhs.uk/coronavirus

18th June

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Briefings on our Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Please click the links below to view a video presentation from Jeremy Brown, Managing Director of Christadelphian Care Homes, setting out our current response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Further updates will be provided in due course. If you have any questions arising from the presentation, please feel free to use the Contact Us form on this website. Covid-19 Briefing [13 June 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [5 June 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [1 June 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [16 May 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [10 May 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [4 May 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [27 April 2020]

17th June

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Coronavirus (Covid-19): Update 11 May 2020

All Christadelphian Care Homes Remain Closed to Visitors.  The government has indicated we are now past the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the rate of transmission remaining consistently below the threshold of one and other positive indicators such as falling new rates of infection and hospital admittance.  As such, the current guidance to the general population has been amended from “stay at home” to “stay alert”.  However, the guidance for the care sector remains the same and pending the outcome of any review from public advisory bodies (such as Public Health England), our homes must remain closed to all but essential visitors. The residents of our homes are extremely vulnerable and we have to continue to mitigate the risk of them catching COVID-19. We are ever mindful of the potential impact on the mental and spiritual well-being of our residents and families as a result, but first and foremost we must continue to look after the physical well-being of every resident at this time. During the period of closure, we have been greatly uplifted by the messages of support for our residents through letters, cards and video calls, and we urge you to continue to support our residents in this way - they need you more than ever before! We do, however, respectfully ask you to continue to refrain from coming to our homes at this stage – even for garden and “though the window” visits. Our residents are encouraged to make as much use of the gardens and grounds as possible at this present time so any visits no matter how well intentioned might put them at risk. We are very appreciative of the tireless work of our staff in supporting our residents and creating lively, stimulating environments within our homes at this time, despite the lack of visitors coming through our doors. We will keep visitor restrictions under constant review and will ease them as soon as we are able to in line with changes in Government and professional guidance.  In the meantime, thank you for your support and understanding.

20th May

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Bethesda

A selection of photos of activities within the home over recent weeks...

20th May

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Eden House

A selection of photos of activities at the home over recent weeks...

20th May

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Fair Haven 

A selection of photos of activities around the home during recent weeks

20th May

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Visiting by Appointment for Families

Our heartfelt wish is to return to normal open visiting at each of our homes but to protect our vulnerable residents this is not going to be possible for the foreseeable future. However, in line with the lifting of many of the lockdown provisions throughout the UK and updated professional guidance, family visits will recommence by appointment only from Monday 22 June. Appointments will be made through an online portal and guidance on the registration and booking process will be issued to family members. Guidance on visiting arrangements and criteria, together with risk assessment, are set out on the Visiting page. In essence, the following will apply: One visit per resident/couple every two weeks Maximum of two visitors at any time and both visitors must be from the same household Visitors in the clinically extremely vulnerable group who are shielding must not visit Visitors in the moderately vulnerable group who are shielding should not visit Those who have been told to isolate by the NHS Test and Trace service must not visit Visiting time will be a maximum of 30 minutes to enable a 30-minute turnaround of area Please do not arrive more than 10 minutes before your appointment time Visitors must wait in their cars until instructed by a member of staff If arriving later than the appointment time the length of appointment cannot be extended Any items for the residents must be left with a member of staff This prescriptive approach is not something that we wish for at any of our homes, but we hope you will understand that this is the only way we can facilitate safe visiting at this current time. Arrangements will be kept under constant review and like everyone, we look forward to a time when none of this will be necessary. In the meantime, we thank you for your support and understanding. Please refer to our Visiting tab for more information. To find out the latest on the pandemic, go to gov.uk/coronavirus or nhs.uk/coronavirus

18th June

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Briefings on our Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Please click the links below to view a video presentation from Jeremy Brown, Managing Director of Christadelphian Care Homes, setting out our current response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Further updates will be provided in due course. If you have any questions arising from the presentation, please feel free to use the Contact Us form on this website. Covid-19 Briefing [13 June 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [5 June 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [1 June 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [16 May 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [10 May 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [4 May 2020] Covid-19 Briefing [27 April 2020]

17th June

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Coronavirus (Covid-19): Update 11 May 2020

All Christadelphian Care Homes Remain Closed to Visitors.  The government has indicated we are now past the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the rate of transmission remaining consistently below the threshold of one and other positive indicators such as falling new rates of infection and hospital admittance.  As such, the current guidance to the general population has been amended from “stay at home” to “stay alert”.  However, the guidance for the care sector remains the same and pending the outcome of any review from public advisory bodies (such as Public Health England), our homes must remain closed to all but essential visitors. The residents of our homes are extremely vulnerable and we have to continue to mitigate the risk of them catching COVID-19. We are ever mindful of the potential impact on the mental and spiritual well-being of our residents and families as a result, but first and foremost we must continue to look after the physical well-being of every resident at this time. During the period of closure, we have been greatly uplifted by the messages of support for our residents through letters, cards and video calls, and we urge you to continue to support our residents in this way - they need you more than ever before! We do, however, respectfully ask you to continue to refrain from coming to our homes at this stage – even for garden and “though the window” visits. Our residents are encouraged to make as much use of the gardens and grounds as possible at this present time so any visits no matter how well intentioned might put them at risk. We are very appreciative of the tireless work of our staff in supporting our residents and creating lively, stimulating environments within our homes at this time, despite the lack of visitors coming through our doors. We will keep visitor restrictions under constant review and will ease them as soon as we are able to in line with changes in Government and professional guidance.  In the meantime, thank you for your support and understanding.

20th May

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Bethesda

A selection of photos of activities within the home over recent weeks...

20th May

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Eden House

A selection of photos of activities at the home over recent weeks...

20th May

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Fair Haven 

A selection of photos of activities around the home during recent weeks

20th May

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