As we continue to welcome new residents into Acacia Care Centre as usual, our highest priority is to ensure their safety and wellbeing. We have been working with the UK coronavirus vaccination programme and have implemented several robust health and safety protocols to provide peace of mind for residents and their loved ones.
We have been working with the Government’s UK vaccination programme to ensure the safety of residents and staff.
Our staff have received full support to ensure they are vaccinated, and our Care Home Managers are taking proactive steps to be prepared for vaccinations and avoid any potential delays.
Our nurses have the skills to vaccinate residents as we have rolled out vaccinations across all of our homes.
We have adopted a whole-home testing approach to reduce resident self-isolation on admission.
We have also implemented the following robust infection control measures to prevent the risk of transmission:
Temperature checking of staff before coming on duty and all essential visitors to the home
Regular Testing of Staff and Residents
All staff and residents at Stowford House Care Home have access to personal protective equipment. Our in-house procurement team also has access to further PPE supplies if required.
Installation of Aura Air air purification units – clinically proven to destroy coronavirus and providing safer air for care homes.
We’re doing everything we can to ensure residents at Stowford House Care Home, stay connected to their loved ones in the safest manner possible during this difficult time. This includes:
Our safe visit approach includes:
Please also monitor your Local Government Guidelines and check our social media updates for up-to-date information on coronavirus related policy and procedure.
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