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Latest guidance reviews the need for isolation for non-Hospital admissions
The Government has announced that admissions are of less risk if a person has been appropriately vaccinated and the person is being admitted from their own Home and not from another Care Home or Hospital setting. Residents may be admitted to a care home from the community without needing to complete a 14-day self-isolation period, if they satisfy the requirements. Please ask for details.
We will consistently apply infection control procedures and services that meet or exceed the requirements and expectations of our customers, actively pursuing continuous improvement through practices which enable each team member to do their job right the first time and every time.
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Helping people is the most rewarding part of our roles and extraordinary homes don't stay extraordinary on their own. We invest in our people, their learning and development, and we’re quick to recognise and nurture talent to give our colleagues the recognition and rewards they deserve. We support our teams to do their best every day so they can put our residents and their families at the centre of everything they do.
Person-centred care is our life’s work
We believe the best care comes from a genuine interest in people
Providing excellent care for the elderly or unwell, and helping them and their families enjoy their time together at one of the most challenging times of their lives, is a vitally important service and a privilege to deliver.
To give you peace of mind, we offer a free health and wellbeing assessment which covers medical and health needs, exercise and activity, nutrition, and emotional well-being. We get to know you including your interests, your life, your family and even the small things, like how many pillows you have or how you take your tea, so things stay just the way you like it.
This assessment forms a personal care plan and is constantly updated to help residents stay independent and healthy as their needs or wishes change. If you’re a little unsure of the type of care you need, we’re happy to help with the details.
Whether you need long term care or a respite stay, we're admitting safely
You'll be in good company this festive season
We understand how difficult it can be for families or friends to take a break from providing ongoing care to accomplish all those essential Christmas jobs. Whether you need time to finalise gift buying and wrapping or a complete break to focus on yourself and other family members, we can help.
Our all-inclusive festive breaks offer something for everyone, in a place where you will always feel at home and a range of festive activities to get involved in. Enjoy carols around the tree or mince pies and mulled wine, while making new friends.
Residents may be admitted to a care home from the community without needing to complete a 14-day self-isolation period, if they satisfy the requirements. Please ask for details.
Caring Homes announces its Caring Superstars for 2021
Caring Homes is delighted to announce the winners of the first Caring Superstars Awards. The awards aims to highlight exceptional people working for the company that others wanted to thank and recognise.
The Caring Homes Caring Superstars launched on National Thank You Day in July welcoming nominations across 12 categories from colleagues, residents, relatives and friends. There was a category winner from each of the three divisions within Caring Homes and then one overall Caring Homes Superstar from each category.
News from around our homes
See the stories from our residents, families, friends and colleagues as we take a look at life in our homes.