Covid 19 Statement
The health, safety and well-being of our residents, visitors and staff is paramount, and we can assure you that your priorities regarding safety, care, cleanliness, and enjoyment are ours too.
We take this responsibility very seriously and as such, we have implemented robust infection control measures in line with Government and PHW (Public Health Wales) advice to ensure the safety of everyone who visits, lives and works within our home.
These measures include but are not limited to:
Symptomatic multiplex testing for residents and staff
Vaccinating and offering booster vaccines to residents and team
Our visiting arrangements are detailed below, however if you have any questions regarding this, or our response to Covid 19 - please contact us
From 7th September 2022 the requirement for visitors to wear face masks has been removed.
Visits will continue to be via pre booked appointment only, except in the event of an emergency or end of life care, under these circumstances, please contact us to discuss. Visits will continue in our Garden Lounge, Outdoors, Sunshine room or residents own room. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your visit. We kindly request for 24 hours notice of your visit wherever possible.
From 8th September 2022, testing for care home visitors has been paused.
Visitor forms are also no longer required from this date, however we ask all visitors to please sign in using our visitors book, which is located on a plinth directly in front of you as you enter the door.
Masks are no longer required for your visit. However the event of an outbreak or an increase in community transmission, masks may be reintroduced following a risk assessment.
We request that upon arrival at the home you wash your hands in our salon area prior to attending the residents room/visiting area
There are several hand gel points located around the home and we encourage you to use these regularly during your visit
Visits during an Outbreak
Each resident can nominate 2 essential visitors.
Residents can change their essential visitors but not on a regular basis.
Essential visitors can continue to visit a home under an outbreak situation as long as the visitor or resident is not positive.
Essential visitors can visit whilst the resident is in self-isolation following a hospital stay.
Please be assured we are following all guidance and advice provided by our Local Authority/Health Board, Public Health Wales and the Welsh Government. All our infection control policies, procedures and all other measures are regular review to ensure the high level of care and support that we provide continues into the future.
We are also able to facilitate skype/zoom calls to all residents’ friends and family, please contact us at email@example.com if you wish to utilise the video call services.
If you have any questions or concerns please do contact us either via email or by telephoning 01745 353621.
Thank you for your continued support and cooperation with the above measures
The Management Team at St David’s