Covid-19 News #11

Covid-19 News #11

We remain at Implementation Level Two for both Homes with no Symptomatic Residents or Staff.

Our Covid-Positive HomeCare Client is still awaiting her retest, but remains Asymptomatic, as do her Carers. All other HomeCare Clients and Staff are well. Read More >

Covid-19 News #10

Covid-19 News #10

#10 – Tuesday, 26th May 2020

We remain at Implementation Level Two for both Homes with no Symptomatic Residents or Staff. We still just have one Client who tested Covid-19 Positive but who remains Asymptomatic , and is being retestested this Thursday. The two Carers looking after her continue to just look after this one Client, and both remain Asymptomatic themselves. Interestingly, since the last Newsletter, we have learnt that recovering Covid-19 Patients who continue to Test Positive are thought to be Non-Infectious, suggesting the source of our Client’s infection was not our Symptomatic Carer , who herself remains well. Read More >

Covid-19 News #8

Covid-19 News #8

#8 – Monday, 11th May 2020

We remain at Implementation Level Two, with no Residents, Clients or Staff being Symptomatic. However, one HomeCare Staff Member has tested Positive (see Testing section for more details).

Morale has continued to be good, although some Residents felt a bit blue when the sun decided to desert us. However, our Staff are encouraging them to be in greater contact with their families, and we are thinking up new ways to keep them entertained. Read More >

Covid-19 News #7

Covid-19 News #7

#7 – Monday, 4th May 2020

We remain at Implementation Level Two, with no Residents, Clients or Staff who are Symptomatic. Read More >

Covid-19 News #6

Covid-19 News #6

#6 – Monday, 27th April 2020

We remain at Implementation Level Two, with no Residents, Clients or Staff who are Symptomatic.

Out of interet, this Newsletter (the same version goes to everyone) is emailed to approximately 100 Family Members, 100 Managers and Staff, and 134 people who expressed an interest in Volunteering. Paige then forwards it to any HomeCare Clients who wish to see it, with the same happening in the Homes. However, if you would prefer not to receive it, or know someone else who would, please let us know. Read More >

Covid-19 News #5

Covid-19 News #5

#5 – Monday, 20th April 2020

We remain at Implementation Level Two, no Residents or Clients are Symptomatic, and the one Carer who was suffering from Covid-19 is making a good recovery. Read More >

Covid-19 News #4

Covid-19 News #4

#4 – Monday, 13th April 2020

We remain at Implementation Level Two of our Pandemic Procedure , and thankfully continue to have no known cases of Covid-19 amongst either our Residents or Clients. However, one of our HomeCarers has tested positive. Thankfully, she has been Self-Isolating for more than seven days and, as none of the Clients she cared for prior to this are symptomatic, NHS-111 have advised that we should carry on as normal. We obviously wish our Carer a speedy recovery. Read More >

Covid-19 News #3

Covid-19 News #3

#3 – Monday, 6th April 2020

We remain at Implementation Level Two of our Pandemic Procedure , and thankfully continue to have no known cases of Covid-19 amongst either our Residents or Clients. Morale in all three Services remains high with a determination that, whatever happens, we will deal with it. Read More >

Covid-19 News #2

Covid-19 News #2

#2 – Monday, 30th March 2020

Covid-19 is definitely starting to make its impact felt. Whilst we are feeling this everywhere, HomeCare is very much in the front line. We remain at Implementation Level Two of our Pandemic Procedure, and currently have no known cases of Covid-19 amongst our Residents or Clients. Read More >

Covid-19 News

Covid-19 News

#1 – Monday, 23rd March 2020

As an organisation, we take great pride in being both transparent and open, and this has never been more important than now with the uncertainty that Covid-19 has brought. So, for the duration of the pandemic, we plan to keep staff, residents, clients, families and anyone else who may be interested informed with a regular newsletter. Read More >