The safety of the people we care for has always been our number one priority and the Inspire Neurocare team has worked hard to prepare for, respond to and mitigate the impact of Covid 19.
Inspire Neurocare is fully stocked with essential hygiene products such as hand sanitiser, PPE, bacterial hand wash and other relevant medical materials. The service is supplied for the foreseeable future, with staff, essential visiting professionals and visitors making full use of these crucial tools in the fight against the virus.
Every member of the Inspire team is using PPE during day to day activities at the service - including masks, visors, gloves and aprons where appropriate, to reduce the risk of infection. Colleagues have been tested and are all being regularly tested for Coronavirus. Any member of the team displaying symptoms is tested and must stay off work until they receive a negative test result.
All of the people we care for at Inspire Neurocare are being shielded from the risk of infection with careful screening of new residents and staff, strict infection control measures and robust visitation guidelines.
Read more about how we’re keeping people safe with our Enhanced Infection Control Pledge.
If you have any questions, concerns or feedback about any aspect of our Coronavirus response at Inspire Neurocare, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
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