Dedicated Admissions Unit: Stratton Court
August 9, 2020

Stratton Court are proud to announce the opening of their dedicated Admissions Unit. Working closely with the CCG, PHE, CQC and Infection Control Team, Stratton Court have developed this innovative approach to admissions in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic to ensure the best protection to their residents.

The Stratton Court Admissions Unit will admit all residents joining Stratton Court Care Home following a negative covid-19 test. They will spend 14 days on this unit with dedicated nurses and highly qualified care assistants who will be working solely within the Admissions Facility. With physio services to aid in rehabilitation and respite, the residents will also have access to a sweeping balcony terrace to enjoy fresh air and sunshine during their stay.

Following a 14 day period within the unit, residents will be subject to a final Covid-19 test. Once a negative test is returned, they will be able to move to their en-suite luxury permanent room with access to the stunning facilities and gardens which Stratton Court are known for.

 Linda Lloyd, CEO of Aura Care Living states: “At Aura Care we have continually strived to be leaders in our field and this unit is no exception. We have worked tirelessly to create a care model which protects our residents and provides a unique approach to the changing world following Covid-19. We are confident that this new unit will provide the care field with an example of how to provide the best protection and shielding from this and any other virus when in our beautiful care home.”

For all enquiries on the Admissions Unit please contact ginny.peachey@auracareliving.com alternatively phone us on 01285 283132

Aura Care Living’s Approach to Wellbeing

Aura Care Living’s Approach to Wellbeing

At Aura Care Living, we take a multi-level approach to wellbeing. The overarching ‘theme’ is to ensure our care, no matter the situation, is person centred. This means the focus of our care, activities, nutrition and every other facet of our provisions are focused on the person and what they want to do, not focusing their ‘condition’. We believe, no matter the stage of life you are in, we should support and focus on achieving the person’s aspirations and this support should be tailored to your unique needs and circumstances.

Our three pillars that support our wellbeing approach are Physical, Mental and Nutritional. Our physical pillars involve our nurses and carers providing industry leading, person centred care. Ensuring that the resident is well cared for. These can be little things such as dressed smartly each morning if they want, and ensuring they feel positive and prepared for the day ahead.

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