Wishing everyone good health at this difficult time of COVID-19. On behalf of all staff, I would like to thank you all for the kind words, blessings and support.
Apologies that we have not been able to let you in to see your loved ones as we stopped visitors from 14th March to keep all visitors, residents and staff as safe as possible.
At present, staff and residents are doing well, and every day we work harder and harder to keep the Red Court community safe, by following guidelines and working closely with Liverpool City Council, Care Quality Commission, and Public Health England. Sincere thanks to all front-line staff for going above and beyond to keep everyone safe.
What We Have Been Up To
On 4th of Jan we had a fantastic Party and live Music with Rob-singing all-time favourite songs – greatly enjoyed by all residents! Courtesy of Bridget O’Connor’s family in memory of their Mum. On Jan 17th, we had Gerry on the keyboard to celebrate Maggie’s birthday, which she enjoyed a lot, and it was a lovely time for the all other residents too. On 21st Jan, we celebrated Lily’s 83rd birthday with music, dancing and karaoke – a lovely celebration that Lily enjoyed a lot. Again, we celebrated, on the 27th of Jan for Stuart’s 87th birthday, with music, dancing and karaoke. We also had a lovely birthday party for John with live music, dancing and karaoke.
In February, we had a party for Mary Wilde’s 87th birthday with some great live music – courtesy of Mary’s family. As a small Valentine’s Day celebration we had a party with live music from Zelda and Bobby- courtesy of Western. For Pancake Day we enjoyed making and eating pancakes which all residents thoroughly enjoyed. On 27th of Feb we had a birthday party for Ruth’s birthday –we had music, singing and dancing with Ruth’s Son Martin playing some great pieces on the piano.
On the 13th of March we had a St Patricks day celebration with Gerry on keyboard with some lovely music and dancing. For Mother’s Day on the 21st March, we had arranged live music from a regular entertainer, Kevin, on the guitar, but unfortunately we had to cancel due to visitor restrictions. Some family members came to the window to see their loved ones, which residents enjoyed a lot. We do apologise that families couldn’t see their loved ones on this day, but we are here and supporting all residents and staff to our best ability and high standards to keep everyone safe. We promise we will be in touch with you if there are any changes on a resident’s health condition as soon as possible.
Big thanks to Pauline and all staff for getting in touch with family and relatives via video calls, which our residents enjoyed a lot. Family can call Pauline between 09:00 am to 15:30pm via text or video calls if you wish to talk to your loved ones.
We would like to thank you all for your kind support, emails, cards and lovely blessings as this is exactly the motivation our staff and residents need in such a difficult and sad time. Special thanks to our wonderful staff who never let Red Court down, you are all very much appreciated. We urge you all to stay home as much as possible, stay safe, stay healthy, and help the NHS save lives.