Residents at Link House Care Home in Raynes Park were delighted to enjoy the benefits of the easing of visiting restrictions last week. Families were over-joyed to be visiting their loved ones for the first time in many months.
“We had some emotional reunions last week.” Said Robert Hammond, Home Manager at Link House Care Home “It was wonderful to see our residents reunited with loved ones. This has been a difficult time for all our families, the return of visitors to our home will bring a much-needed boost to well-being”.
Rebekah Maccow Activities Coordinator at Link House Care Home, said, “We’ve seen so many smiles and a few tears of joy today. It’s been absolutely fantastic to welcome visitors back to our home again. Family is what we’re all about here at Link House.”
Country Court is taking a cautious approach to easing visiting restrictions with guidelines in place to ensure everyone is kept safe without reducing the enjoyment of the time families spend together. Visits are currently by appointment only to accommodate all requests, and visitors must have their temperature checked, wear the appropriate PPE and complete a ‘Health Passport’. They must also submit a negative test result from a Lateral Flow Test before entering the care home.