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Update from 23/09/2020
As of today 23/09/2020 window visits can now go ahead. Please see statement from Knowsley Council below:
"Following the Care Home teleconference call on Friday 18th, further discussion on window visits has been had in light of recent developments that suggests restrictions are likely to go on for an extended period. It is therefore important that residents and families are supported to have contact in a variety of ways and window visits may provide an option in the absence of outdoor or indoor visits.
Therefore we can confirm that window visits CAN be allowed provided that the care home can risk assess and manage these safely whilst following existing visiting guidance, policy and risk assessments. This will need to consider how visitors maintain social distance and adhere to safety measures whilst visiting their relatives.
Garden and indoor visits continue to be ceased (with the exception of health professional visits and those on compassionate ground for those nearing end of life) and will be reviewed in due course."
If you wish to take advantage of our video calling programme or if you have any queries then please email email@example.com.
We will continue to provide updates as and when they arrive via our website and email visitors registered on the contact list.
Stay safe & well
From 23/03/2020 St Bartholomew's Court Nursing Home went into lockdown to protect all residents and patients from Covid-19. All staff are working really hard to ensure our high standard of care continues to be delivered and we would like to thank them for their dedication, commitment and bravery in coming to work every day during these challenging times.
We will continue to post updates if any information changes.
New Guidance for Visitors
We are pleased to inform you the government have published new guidance for visiting in care homes please see the new Guidance for Visitors. Full information can be found by clicking the link below:
As you can appreciate our main priority is the safety and wellbeing of your loved one.
In order to ensure the new visiting arrangements are managed safely, visits are limited to 1 visit per week for each resident, preferably the same person visiting each week where possible.
If there are any safety issues surrounding your visit request a Manager will contact you to discuss further.
If there are any reported suspected/confirmed cases of Covid 19 in the home (including staff and residents) all scheduled visits will be cancelled until further notice.
To book a visit please contact 0151 480 9997 between the hours of 9:00am and 11:30am – Monday to Friday.
We look forward to seeing you again soon
Thank you for your cooperation and support during this very difficult time. Stay Safe & Well
Latest COVID-19 Guidance from St Bartholomew's Court Nursing Home
St Bartholomew's Court Nursing home are taking all the necessary measures to reduce the risk of COVID-19 within the home by:
increasing our Infection Control measures, following advice from Public Health England informing staff and visitors of any changes as and when they occur.
In the event of an outbreak within the home we have contingency plans in place.
To ensure we are doing all we can to protect the residents, patients, staff and visitors all people who wish to enter the building should follow the guidelines listed below.
If you have any concerns please access the links below for further information or contact The Management Team:
Elaine Allison - Matron: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine Atherton - Deputy Matron (clinical): email@example.com
Gemma Mylett - Deputy Business Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Key Messages for Staff and Visitors
Continue to wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and use hand sanitiser when possible.
If you have any cough or cold symptoms please do not enter the home, follow advice from Public Health England and self-isolate for 7 days.
If you have been to a category 1 or category 2 country you should follow the advice of self-isolation and not attend the home for at least 14 days after returning to the UK and only if you are well.
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