Continuing to love later life in our care homes
During this difficult time we are trying to keep life as normal as possible in our care homes to help residents feel safe, secure, and positive about the future.
Across all our homes food has remained as important as ever and residents have continued to enjoy a choice of freshly-made meals every day.
To make sure everyone can continue enjoying their hobbies, interests and a range of entertainment we have created a temporary Welfare Assistant role as an extra pair of hands to keep life vibrant and engaging.
And while visitors have not been able to come into our homes, our teams have worked hard to make sure residents stay connected with loved ones through video technology and social media.
The sense of community this situation has brought about has been extremely heart-warming and strengthened the bonds our homes have in their local areas. Our #BeKindtoOneAnother initiative has seen schools and the wider community send pictures, poems and messages of support to our residents, and provided a real boost for residents and staff alike.
Staff across our homes are showing immense resilience and creativity as they work hard to support residents to love later life.
Useful information about our care homes during coronavirus
A friendly and safe welcome to our care homes
We understand that you will have many questions about finding your loved one a care home during this time. Find out about the measures our care homes have in place to keep residents and staff safe.
Our new care home enquiry process
Whilst we cannot currently invite you in to be shown around any of our care homes, there are other ways we can help you get a sense of what life in our homes is like. Find out more.
Coming to live with us
We know that at this time an already emotional move has been made even harder, however we can assure you that we are here for you and your loved one every step of the way. Find out more.
Visits to our care homes
Our number one priority is the health and wellbeing of our residents and staff, this includes making sure residents stay in touch with those closest to them. Find out more.