Inspire’s Enhanced Infection Control Pledge outlines our continuing commitment to infection prevention and control and the additional steps that we’ve taken to protect the people we support.
At Inspire, we have always followed best practice when it comes to infection control. However, in light of the ongoing risk that COVID-19 poses to those with underlying health conditions, we have taken additional extra precautionary steps to protect the people we support.
Every resident and visitor in our homes can expect a safe, clean and hygienic environment, that protects their health and supports their wellbeing.
Nothing is more important to us. Our Enhanced Infection Control Pledge means that you can relax knowing that we are working hard to keep you or your loved safe and protected no matter what happens.
In addition to everything that you would normally expect from Inspire Neurocare, which includes:
We have introduced additional measures that protect our residents and ensure Inspire services are safe and protected.
Here are just a few of our enhanced infection control measures:
“Coronavirus (COVID-19) has highlighted the importance of robust infection control within care homes more than ever before, and that’s why we knew it was imperative that we communicate our ongoing commitment more widely. Our Enhanced Infection Control Pledge outlines the additional steps that we have put in place to protect our services. We promise to ensure that our infection control measures are above industry standards and that we always follow best practice and the latest Government advice. The people we support and their families can be confident that they are being cared for in a safe and hygienic environment.”
Michelle Kudhail, Clinical Director, Inspire Neurocare
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