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Garswood

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20th May

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Kingsleigh House

A selection of photos of activities at Kingsleigh House in recent weeks...

20th May

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Newton Court

A selection of photos of activities at Newton Court in recent weeks...

20th May

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Olivet

A selection of photos of activities at Olivet over recent weeks...

20th May

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Updates to our visiting policy

Please don’t come in. To help us care for our residents safely, we have now taken the precautionary but extreme decision to not allow any visitors into this home. The government have indicated we are now in the ‘fast growth’ curve of the COVID-19 pandemic. This means that there are more carriers of the virus than before and there will be an exponential increase in the number of cases. Most of those ‘carrying’ the virus will not know they are doing so. The residents of this home are extremely vulnerable and we have to mitigate the risk of them catching COVID-19. We hope that you understand our decision. If you have any queries or questions, please speak to the team. But please, please still make contact with those that live here. It is a heart wrenching decision to make as we know it compromises the mental and spiritual well-being of our residents. It is essential though that we look after their physical well-being. The residents still need to hear from you and ‘see’ you - more than ever before! There are many ways that you can do this with modern technology and we ask you to think of every way you can make contact with those who live in this home and make their isolation less lonely. Again, if you have any questions, ideas or feel that you can help in any way, please speak to the team.

19th March

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‘Delay stage’ statement

As we move from the ‘contain phase’ to the ‘delay phase’ for managing the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, all at Christadelphian Care Homes remain committed to ensuring that we keep our residents, families, staff and visitors as safe as is reasonably possible.To be able to do this effectively we need to implement a number of control and protection measures. We do not make these decisions lightly and we appreciate that this will cause a level of discomfort, but we believe that this is a necessary step to take.As a preventative measure, we are asking family members and friends to minimise the frequency of visits and the number of visitors at any one time to ALL our care homes. This will be until further notice to help us mitigate the risk to our residents.Please be prepared to be asked the purpose of your visit on entrance AND please accept the decision made by our teams about admission, acknowledging that this is a very challenging and quickly changing situation.There may be situations that require direct family members to make ‘non-routine’ visit, in these situations we ask that you discuss this with the Home Manager so we can ensure that all the appropriate precautionary measures are taken, and any potential risk is minimalised.In addition, we are limiting visits for the foreseeable future, including: -- All general visits from the community;- External activities & entertainment;- Non-essential maintenance.During this stage of the outbreak our staff will continue to do all they can to ensure that life in our homes remains a positive social experience. We have reasonable contingency plans in place to continue to deliver a wide range of activities and occupation and are thankful for the support of our ‘screened’ volunteers.We will also endeavour to ensure that essential health visits continue and will be liaising directly with our health & social care partners to promote positive health outcomes.Be assured that we are closely following the guidance provided by the Public Health authorities to ensure that our teams are supported to continue to deliver great care whilst keeping our residents safe.If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via the form in the Contact tab on this website.We do really appreciate your support with these measures, we understand the emotional difficulties they will create, and we thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation.

16th March

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Garswood

A selection of photos of activities around the home recently...

20th May

Image for News item 261

Kingsleigh House

A selection of photos of activities at Kingsleigh House in recent weeks...

20th May

Image for News item 262

Newton Court

A selection of photos of activities at Newton Court in recent weeks...

20th May

Image for News item 263

Olivet

A selection of photos of activities at Olivet over recent weeks...

20th May

Image for News item 254

Updates to our visiting policy

Please don’t come in. To help us care for our residents safely, we have now taken the precautionary but extreme decision to not allow any visitors into this home. The government have indicated we are now in the ‘fast growth’ curve of the COVID-19 pandemic. This means that there are more carriers of the virus than before and there will be an exponential increase in the number of cases. Most of those ‘carrying’ the virus will not know they are doing so. The residents of this home are extremely vulnerable and we have to mitigate the risk of them catching COVID-19. We hope that you understand our decision. If you have any queries or questions, please speak to the team. But please, please still make contact with those that live here. It is a heart wrenching decision to make as we know it compromises the mental and spiritual well-being of our residents. It is essential though that we look after their physical well-being. The residents still need to hear from you and ‘see’ you - more than ever before! There are many ways that you can do this with modern technology and we ask you to think of every way you can make contact with those who live in this home and make their isolation less lonely. Again, if you have any questions, ideas or feel that you can help in any way, please speak to the team.

19th March

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‘Delay stage’ statement

As we move from the ‘contain phase’ to the ‘delay phase’ for managing the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, all at Christadelphian Care Homes remain committed to ensuring that we keep our residents, families, staff and visitors as safe as is reasonably possible.To be able to do this effectively we need to implement a number of control and protection measures. We do not make these decisions lightly and we appreciate that this will cause a level of discomfort, but we believe that this is a necessary step to take.As a preventative measure, we are asking family members and friends to minimise the frequency of visits and the number of visitors at any one time to ALL our care homes. This will be until further notice to help us mitigate the risk to our residents.Please be prepared to be asked the purpose of your visit on entrance AND please accept the decision made by our teams about admission, acknowledging that this is a very challenging and quickly changing situation.There may be situations that require direct family members to make ‘non-routine’ visit, in these situations we ask that you discuss this with the Home Manager so we can ensure that all the appropriate precautionary measures are taken, and any potential risk is minimalised.In addition, we are limiting visits for the foreseeable future, including: -- All general visits from the community;- External activities & entertainment;- Non-essential maintenance.During this stage of the outbreak our staff will continue to do all they can to ensure that life in our homes remains a positive social experience. We have reasonable contingency plans in place to continue to deliver a wide range of activities and occupation and are thankful for the support of our ‘screened’ volunteers.We will also endeavour to ensure that essential health visits continue and will be liaising directly with our health & social care partners to promote positive health outcomes.Be assured that we are closely following the guidance provided by the Public Health authorities to ensure that our teams are supported to continue to deliver great care whilst keeping our residents safe.If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via the form in the Contact tab on this website.We do really appreciate your support with these measures, we understand the emotional difficulties they will create, and we thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation.

16th March

Image for News item 260

Garswood

A selection of photos of activities around the home recently...

20th May

Image for News item 261

Kingsleigh House

A selection of photos of activities at Kingsleigh House in recent weeks...

20th May

Image for News item 262

Newton Court

A selection of photos of activities at Newton Court in recent weeks...

20th May

Image for News item 263

Olivet

A selection of photos of activities at Olivet over recent weeks...

20th May

Image for News item 254

Updates to our visiting policy

Please don’t come in. To help us care for our residents safely, we have now taken the precautionary but extreme decision to not allow any visitors into this home. The government have indicated we are now in the ‘fast growth’ curve of the COVID-19 pandemic. This means that there are more carriers of the virus than before and there will be an exponential increase in the number of cases. Most of those ‘carrying’ the virus will not know they are doing so. The residents of this home are extremely vulnerable and we have to mitigate the risk of them catching COVID-19. We hope that you understand our decision. If you have any queries or questions, please speak to the team. But please, please still make contact with those that live here. It is a heart wrenching decision to make as we know it compromises the mental and spiritual well-being of our residents. It is essential though that we look after their physical well-being. The residents still need to hear from you and ‘see’ you - more than ever before! There are many ways that you can do this with modern technology and we ask you to think of every way you can make contact with those who live in this home and make their isolation less lonely. Again, if you have any questions, ideas or feel that you can help in any way, please speak to the team.

19th March

Image for News item 253

‘Delay stage’ statement

As we move from the ‘contain phase’ to the ‘delay phase’ for managing the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, all at Christadelphian Care Homes remain committed to ensuring that we keep our residents, families, staff and visitors as safe as is reasonably possible.To be able to do this effectively we need to implement a number of control and protection measures. We do not make these decisions lightly and we appreciate that this will cause a level of discomfort, but we believe that this is a necessary step to take.As a preventative measure, we are asking family members and friends to minimise the frequency of visits and the number of visitors at any one time to ALL our care homes. This will be until further notice to help us mitigate the risk to our residents.Please be prepared to be asked the purpose of your visit on entrance AND please accept the decision made by our teams about admission, acknowledging that this is a very challenging and quickly changing situation.There may be situations that require direct family members to make ‘non-routine’ visit, in these situations we ask that you discuss this with the Home Manager so we can ensure that all the appropriate precautionary measures are taken, and any potential risk is minimalised.In addition, we are limiting visits for the foreseeable future, including: -- All general visits from the community;- External activities & entertainment;- Non-essential maintenance.During this stage of the outbreak our staff will continue to do all they can to ensure that life in our homes remains a positive social experience. We have reasonable contingency plans in place to continue to deliver a wide range of activities and occupation and are thankful for the support of our ‘screened’ volunteers.We will also endeavour to ensure that essential health visits continue and will be liaising directly with our health & social care partners to promote positive health outcomes.Be assured that we are closely following the guidance provided by the Public Health authorities to ensure that our teams are supported to continue to deliver great care whilst keeping our residents safe.If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via the form in the Contact tab on this website.We do really appreciate your support with these measures, we understand the emotional difficulties they will create, and we thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation.

16th March

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