Updated on: 5th May 2021

Visiting out of Homes

We are pleased to report that following a change in Government guidance, residents are now able to spend some time outdoors without needing to self-isolate for 14 days afterwards. Whether this is to catch up with a friend or loved one in their garden, go for a stroll in the park or public gardens or even take a trip to the beach.

This is huge boost for our residents and their families and friends, but these outings must of course still follow social distancing and any national and local restrictions that are in place. Residents must be accompanied by either someone from the Home, one of both of their nominated visitors or their essential care giver.

If you would like to find out more about these arrangements please speak to the Home Manager, who will explain how this works and ensure that we all continue to remain safe.

Churchlake Care Group – Outdoor, pod and screen visits

Outdoor, pod and screen visits continue in line with the published guidance which has been in place during lockdown, meaning there will be chances for residents to see more than just the two people they nominate.

These measures, based on the science and represent a balance between the risk of infections and the importance of visiting for the physical and mental wellbeing of residents and their families. We are pleased to be able to facilitate these visits.

Please contact your loved one’s Care Home to discuss this further and please also be aware that these visits are still subject to our Homes remaining Covid free. Visits are carried out at the discretion of the Manager of each individual Home.

For contact details for each of our Homes please refer to our website: www.churchlakecare.com/contact/


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