Light at the end of the tunnel with national roll out of vaccines for Churchlake Care Group

Here at Churchlake Care, Group of nursing and residential homes, we anticipated a full national lockdown was on the cards. So, when announced, it was of no surprise. This time around, we have the Lateral Flow Test (Rapid Testing) and the PCR Tests in our armoury. We can test colleagues and health care professionals before entering our homes. This has helped significantly but it has still, at times, been a bumpy road. Colleagues at Churchlake Care Group have worked tirelessly to ensure the safety and well-being of our residents. They are true heroes in our eyes for all the self-sacrifice and dedication they have given. We are so proud of them and cannot thank them enough for their efforts for almost a year since the start of the pandemic.

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The roll out begins at Churchlake Care Group of Nursing and Residential Homes

Churchlake Care Group are delighted to have the vaccines on the horizon. How vaccines have been rolled out has varied slightly due individual homes local authorities.  The introduction of the vaccine means much hope remains with our staff and residents already receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. It will not be long before our care homes will be among the safest places to be.

The Ferns Nursing Home in Yeovil are being visited today by NHS staff to vaccinate residents and colleagues. As you can imagine, this news brings great comfort to Churchlake Care Group, our colleagues, residents and loved ones alike. It really is, great news!

Elizabeth House and Moorfields Care and Nursing homes in Bury are being vaccinated on Friday. Again, such relief and wonderful news to all concerned.

Residents at Hames Hall Residential Home near Cockermouth home have been visited and vaccinated we are pleased to report. Some colleagues are yet to be vaccinated but will be very soon.

We bring you updates on our other homes as soon as possible. The good news often comes in only the day before that the vaccines are on their way!

Visiting in our Care Homes

Before Christmas we brought news of many visiting pods that have been set up in our homes to allow safe visiting. This in most instances has been halted for the moment due to the lockdown restrictions. Rest assured window visits and communication via technology are available. The restrictions are tough on everyone, please know we understand the pain that separation causes for everyone.  We would like to take this opportunity to thank the relatives and friends of residents for being so understanding and patient during the last year. We cannot wait to welcome you back to our homes. This will be carried out, in line with national and local restrictions. Please do get in touch to arrange contact with your loved one.

We are raising awareness of The Alzheimer’s Society!

Here at Churchlake Care Group we are fully aware of the devastating and challenging effect that Alzheimer’s and dementia can have on a person and their loved ones.
So, Churchlake Care Group want to help, by raising awareness and supporting The Alzheimer’s Society! This is particularly relevant with the recent death of our national treasure, Barbara Windsor. Barbara was a great ambassador for The Alzheimer’s Society.
Here’s how it’s going to work! Churchlake Care Group will donate £1 to The Alzheimer’s Society (up to the max of £1500!!) for every new like and share of the Churchlake Care Group Facebook page!
Go to Churchlake Care Group page, like the page, then share the page with your friends, or even better, invite them to like the page!  Let’s do this! www.facebook.com/churchlakecare
This incentive is in no way associated with or endorsed by Facebook. This incentive is not endorsed by The Alzheimer’s Society, but has taken place with their permission.