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FURNITURE & INTERIORS


ease some measures, we will continue to have social distancing, limits on the number of visitors in compliance with government guidelines, and we will be continuing to use UV air purifiers.


CREATING MULTI-USE SPACES


As our need to keep people safe during the pandemic has limited opportunities for people to go out and about, we have re-purposed rooms to create more space for activities that allow residents to safely come together.


For example, fun activities like bingo games have been moved to corridors, as this allows more residents to participate, whilst maintaining social distancing.


One of our homes, Scotia Heights in Stoke-on-Trent, transformed an old therapy room into a pub where they introduced bar games, played music, and even offered a traditional pub lunch.


MAXIMISING OUTDOOR SPACES


Many of our residents have been unable to leave their home since the start of the pandemic, so we have made use of all the space we have available within our homes – which includes the outdoor gardens.


During the summer months, it was important to create more space for people to meet their friends and family while maintaining social distancing.


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Colleagues at St Andrew’s Court, one of our care homes in Hull, transformed part of the garden into a beach - fully equipped with deck chairs, sand, and beach decorations. They also added raised boarders and encouraged people to grow fruit and vegetables together.


Using outdoor spaces and creating an outdoor escape for our residents remains a priority. We are actively encouraging all of our homes to encourage residents to spend as much time in the gardens as possible, as this has a positive impact on their health and wellbeing.


RETHINKING STAFF ROOMS


Staff rooms are a valuable space for colleagues to take a break and re-charge during busy shiſts. However, with COVID-19 restrictions in place, we implemented changes to the design of each staff room, to support social distancing, and to introduce separation screens.


We have also introduced new guidelines, which means all staff must change uniforms before and aſter shiſts have ended – and to support this change, we have created new changing areas for colleagues to use. As restrictions continue to liſt, we hope to ease social distancing within the staff rooms so our colleagues can relax and unwind together, but we will be continuing to encourage all staff to change uniforms before and aſter their shiſts.


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