Care Homes and Covid-19

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As the pandemic continues to affect all areas of society, we wanted to talk a little about how we’re managing the situation at Little Court and Warwick Park. And, importantly, to bring you some reassurance.

Care homes and new admissions

Despite Covid-19, there remains a need for care homes in Tunbridge Wells. Both Little Court and Warwick Park are able to welcome new residents although we do have a self-isolation procedure in place to safeguard both our new and our existing residents, as well as our staff.

Visiting Care Homes

We are allowed to accept one visitor per resident from March 8th 2021 with pre-arranged appointments.

Safety Standards in Care Homes

The government has issued in-depth and thorough guidelines regarding managing infection control and staff safety in care homes. These guidelines are designed to help us admit and care for our residents safely and keep all our care home staff safe.

They include isolation procedures for new and returning residents, as well as training on PPE and infection control for all of our staff, appropriate cleaning measures and how to provide personal care safely. All our procedures are kept up to date with current advice.

Winter support plan

No one wants to see a repeat of the losses suffered by care homes in the first period of Covid-19. The government has launched an adult social care winter plan aimed at supporting all care homes throughout winter, which include free PPE and a national fund of £546 million for infection control.

Our two care home sites in Tunbridge Wells, Little Court and Warwick Park, will keep their staff on the individual sites and there will be only essential movement of staff between the care homes to help prevent the spread of infection.

We have procedures in places should a coronavirus breakout occur in either of our homes. Our first priority is always our residents and staff and we will keep families informed of any necessary changes.

For any questions about our care homes and Covid-19, please don’t hesitate to call us. We want you to feel sure your loved ones remain safe in our care.

Care Homes and Covid-19
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Warwick Park Report
Little Court Report
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"Since my mother has been in Warwick Park I have been very impressed with the genuine caring nature of all the staff, nurses, carers etc. You can tell that they mean it with their caring nature. The activities coordinator is a breath of fresh air. She brightens up the residents' days with all the activities and visiting helpers with a theme almost every day. I am very happy that we chose Warwick Park as mum's new home."

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"Little Court is in a very quiet and pleasant location. All the staff are very kind and caring. The activities lady does a very good job at keeping the residents entertained. The food is excellent and residents have a good choice of meals. Visitors can stay for lunch and sample the food for themselves. All the bedrooms and public areas are kept very clean and tidy."

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