Finding a suitable home for my son was very difficult. When Cedar Care agreed to his placement at The Lodge it felt like a little miracle. It is a house in which he is now very happy with lovely kind and caring staff. The sensitive treatment and understanding of the individual make staying at The Lodge very special.
I love working here, especially as the staff are all so friendly and make you feel like a part of the team very easily.
My uncle has been at Winfield Lodgefrom January 2019. He was very active and liked his own space. Disorientate by vascular dementia, the first few weeks could have been a problem. The staff knew exactly how to defuse the situation, the best way to soothe and reassure. I am impressed by the staff, their training and experience shows. There is a full range of activities available each day. It has given my uncle a new lease of life. The recent refurbishment, still keeping with the style of the building has given it a more up to date feel, lighter and relaxing. It is always a difficult time for a family, but we can see he is well looked after and he seems more relaxed than he did at home.
A Gold Star for Mariya!
Today at Oakhill Mansions we have awarded Mariya, our Domestic...
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Response to Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Update to Home Status Regarding Visits
Last Update: 29th of July 2021
Following the government announcement this Monday and the general easing of restrictions nationwide we are delighted to inform you of the new changes to our visiting policy. We are relieved to finally be able to facilitate visiting in a more ‘normal’ fashion; the rule of only two ‘constant visitors’ has been lifted. This means that more individuals will be allowed into the home for visiting. That being said, there are still some rules that we will need to follow in order to ensure that our Residents remain protected during the rise in cases of the more virulent strain.
New visiting guidelines
All visitors must take an LFT/Rapid flow test prior to entering the building.
Therefore, as previously arranged, visitors must arrive at the home 20 minutes prior to their visit in order to undertake the Rapid flow test and receive their result
All visits must be booked via the home admin and in advance.
Nurses and care staff are unable to book visits, so please be sure to call during office hours (Mon-Fri, 9 am-5 pm).
Visits are booked on a first-come-first-served basis.
All visitors (except pod-visitors) must wear full PPE at all times during their visit (a surgical face mask, an apron, and gloves) at all times during their visit. Visitors should also ensure that they sanitise their shoes and hands before entering the building.
As visitors are still not permitted in in-door public areas, we are keeping the maximum amount of visitors at any given time to 2 per Resident. This will help us to prevent overcrowding in our Residents’ rooms and minimise the potential spread of the virus.
We can make exceptions to this rule on special occasions; please speak to the home manager if you would like to arrange this.
You must not visit the home if you are feeling unwell or presenting any symptoms of COVID19, even if you have received a negative LFT/rapid test result.
We hope that the new guidelines set out above will help to make your visits more enjoyable and meaningful. We have based our guidelines on recent government guidance which you can find here;
If you would like to see our previous updates regarding our response to COVID19 (Coronavirus), please click here.”