How can you contact your loved ones at Seacroft Grange
Programmes that monitor and nurture wellbeing are essential and at Springfield Healthcare we have dedicated wellbeing & activities teams, in each home, to support residents and help them to be active, feel engaged and to encourage everyone to participate in the many activities on offer. We offer a variety of meaningful activities that promote sensory stimulation (art, music etc..), reflection and relaxation which all play a part in preventing mental health issues and promoting wellbeing.
We understand that wellbeing is individual to each persons experience and any interventions must be tailored to account for individual cognitive and physical capacity and their preferences. We regularly have meetings with residents to discuss what other activities they would like to be offered, this allows us to understand their wishes and needs and to provide more person-centred care for every individual.
Over recent months, wellbeing has been even more important, as visits from loved ones have sadly been limited. We have worked tirelessly to support Skype calls, Facetimes and when possible, garden and room visits and ensure that we could facilitate ways for residents to keep in touch with loved ones.
We have been working hard to ensure that you have a variety of options for getting in touch with your loved ones. Please see the current options that we have in place:
Telephone and FaceTime Appointments
We have successfully been using Skype and Facetime to connect residents with their loved ones, as well as keeping them involved in their local communities through online streaming and live events!
Please contact the homes to make an appointment and arrange a convenient time to video/ phone call (contact details are on the next page).
Send your messages and photos to our wellbeing phones
As you may be aware, we have a wellbeing mobile on every community, so that you can send updates (as regularly as you’d like) to your relatives and loved ones). We will print these out, and share with them and send you their responses.
We hope that you are have been pleased with the current levels of contact that you have had from us, but if you would like to hear more from us, please don’t hesitate to get in touch and let us know.
We appreciate how difficult it has been not seeing your loved ones, but please be assured that we are doing everything that we can to support visits across our homes. We have a dedicated team to support you through this.
Our visiting regulations may change at the request of the home manager, upon advice from the government/PHE or alternatively in the best interests of residents for their safety and wellbeing. To stay updated, please refer to https://www.springfieldhealthcare.com/coronavirus-updates/
To book an appointment to visit, please call the home on… 0113 345 2300