Apr 8, 2020

Coronavirus Care Homes Admissions Guidance

Download a special coronavirus admissions guidance and save yourself heaps of time. All you need to do is enter your email and we'll send a copy straight over to you.

Our portfolio of special resources now includes a coronavirus admissions guidance! For a month now our team has been have been working hard to develop useful free resources for anyone to grab and use whenever needed. The goal is mainly to save care services the precious time they may not have right now. We know there is still a long way to go and we’re here to help. We are well aware of the needs of the social care sector right now and we do our best to keep track of resources you may need.

Today, we want to support care home managers with NHS admissions by ensuring they have the information and support they need to safely admit and care for service users during the pandemic crisis. For that reason, we created together with expert Stuart Prince, Advisor to Age UK, a printable care homes admissions guidance.

Previously we also came together to produce a key worker template, a coronavirus contingency plan and a coronavirus return to work interview form.

Download your admissions guidance now and save yourself time and energy. Shoot us a note if there is anything you see missing or think of a helpful document you’d like us to produce, we’re always there to help

Watch this space as we’ll be launching our additional coronavirus monitoring features for our free care system in the upcoming few weeks.

The Coronavirus care homes admissions guidance has moved!

You can now access all our handy Coronavirus material when you sign up to use our free Coronavirus monitoring tools. In response to the pandemic we have developed a range of features that care services can use to shield, monitor and save lives, including respiratory charts, cough and temperature recording tools, as well as a symptom dashboard.

Alongside these free tools, when you sign up you will get access to all our customisable and printable Coronavirus guidance documents.

Get the guidance here

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