Wishing everyone good health during this time – what a year it’s been so far! Your support and kindness means the world to our team, all staff and residents would like to thank you dearly.
My apologies to you all regarding the visitor restriction, I hope we can change this soon. As you are all aware, cases are rising in Liverpool, so department of health has advised us to stop visitors until further notice.
At Redcourt, all residents are having a COVID test every 28 days, and all staff are having a COVID test weekly. All results for residents came back negative from the last test, which is positive news. We will keep you all up to date on future tests and results; hopefully we will continue to see negative tests!
A big thanks to all staff for their hard work and continuous support to keep everyone safe in Redcourt, your effort doesn’t go unnoticed.Over the last few months it has been quite difficult to continue activities as we used to do in the past, due to various interventions, however we have tried to keep doing safe activities.
What We Have Been Up To
Lots of Birthdays in July
- Bryan Press – 83rd Birthday
- Denise Catterall – 86th Birthday
- Jean Garcia – 78th Birthday
- Doreen Potter – 78th Birthday
- Joan Hughes – 90th Birthday
- Vera Blackwood – 86th Birthday
We celebrated everyone’s birthday with a small tea party, with singing, dancing, karaoke, and it was lovely to see residents having a nice time.
Birthdays in August
- Dorothy Clarke – 88th Birthday
- Pauline Snape – 87th Birthday
Again, we celebrated everyone’s birthday with a small tea party, with singing, dancing and karaoke
I am so sad that we lost our beloved resident Joan Turner in September, our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family
Birthdays in September
- Christine Salt – 94th Birthday
- Hannah Stopforth – 94th Birthday
- Edith Blakeney – 92nd Birthday
We had tea parties with singing, dancing and karaoke to celebrate our residents’ birthdays
Pauline is doing a great job by making video calls to families and supporting our residents during the call, it’s been a great help to reduce the loneliness for the residents and support their loved ones who are missing them dearly. We can see this is greatly appreciated and we will continue to do this – great job Pauline!
Despite the current busy schedule we have managed to continue with in-house activities such as our tea parties, singing, dancing and other activities.
As always we have regular visits from the chiropodist and optician, as well as fortnightly video calls from the GP, to review residents’ health condition. We are also waiting for dates from the surgery for Flu jab for all of our service users.
Also, we would like to welcome our two new residents Norman Kelly and Patricia Fearon into Redcourt care home!
We hope you are all well and staying safe, again a big thank you for all the support, we are very grateful and hope to see you very soon.