The health and wellbeing of our residents, their families, and our staff is our main priority at Amberley Care Home and it is our aim to ensure that we all remain as safe as possible from the risks of COVID-19. We continue to follow guidance and legislation as issued by the Government and key sector bodies and we are committed to keeping all of our residents, their families, and our staff well-informed at all times.

Despite the difficulties we’ve faced as a result of COVID-19, we have worked hard to implement robust policies and procedures that provide a level of reassurance for all residents and visitors to the home.

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Our COVID-19 Approach

Care homes in England can make risk-based decisions as to whether face masks are required to be worn. Following a risk assessment, our care home has made the decision to remove the universal wearing of masks. It is a personal choice whether visitors still wish to wear a mask and people receiving care can ask staff to wear face masks; our staff will continue to work in whichever way makes our residents most comfortable.

We continue to no longer have restrictions as to the number of visits per resident though we ask that you make arrangements in advance of your visit to ensure safe visiting practices can be maintained.

At any time, the decision to not wear face masks can be changed as determined by the Home Manager, company, local or national healthcare agencies. COVID-19 regulations and guidance from the Government, National, and Local Healthcare Agencies may also change. For further information, please click here or contact the Home Manager directly.

Staying Safe

At Amberley Care Home, we make sure that we have a sufficient supply of PPE and hand hygiene products and that all members of our staff follow the infection prevention and control measures we have implemented.

We also recognise the importance of keeping up to date and in compliance with official advice and guidance provided by the Government, Department of Health, and the local NHS Trust. We continue to recommend that our residents and staff members remain up to date with all available vaccinations and boosters for both COVID-19 and flu and where cases do occur, we have an effective system for documenting cases and take appropriate action to keep them as contained as possible.

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Staying Connected

Following on from the effects that COVID-19 has had and continues to have, we are more committed than ever to ensuring that our residents keep connected with their families and friends, and members of our community. We support our residents in being able to leave our care home for day trips and overnight stays. In order to do this, residents will be required to undertake an individual risk assessment which includes the use of respiratory screening questions on their return. There is no requirement for testing and isolation for residents who temporarily leave the home but to maintain everyone’s safety, we do encourage residents to be vaccinated for day trips and overnight stays.

When interaction may be difficult, such as during an outbreak, we provide a variety of online devices to enable residents to video call their friends and family, and keep connected. We know the importance that human connection and participation in activities have on our resident’s overall wellbeing, which is why we go to great lengths to support residents in continuing with their hobbies, pursuing new interests, and meeting new people.

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Contact Us

Amberley Care Home
28 Delaunays Road
M33 6RX

0161 825 8222info@amberleycarehome.comBook a TourDownload a Brochure

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