For older people the Coronavirus pandemic has been an extremely challenging time. Whether in a care home or living independently, the restrictions on visitors and the rules around social distancing and PPE create anxiety, frustration and fear.
Protecting our residents to keep them safe, happy and fulfilled is our first priority. We locked down in advance of Government advice back in March and since then have taken every possible measure to protect our residents. We have plans and procedures ready to implement if necessary and we constantly review and adapt the measures we have in place to ensure best practice.
We hope these COVID-19 FAQs provide answers to most of your questions, but if not please do contact us at [email protected]
Moving into Fairfield during the pandemic
We are aware that there are lots of people living independently in the community who have delayed moving into a care home during the COVID-19 pandemic. They may now be struggling with poor health and diet, decreased mobility and memory loss, increased isolation and loneliness.
A temporary respite stay or permanent residential care might be the change they need. Although nowhere is completely safe from Coronavirus, we are confident that Fairfield remains the best place for elderly people who need care.
We are offering personalised virtual walk around tours of the home to enable you to see the facilities and to meet some of the staff and residents. To book a virtual tour https://www.fairfieldhome.co.uk/viewings/ contact us on 01865 558413 or email [email protected]