Oriel Care Home has an evolving contingency plan in response to the coronavirus outbreak and in line with Public Health England. We are following their advice to minimise the spread of the infection. Our top priority remains maintaining the health and well-being of our residents, team members and the wider community.
Our residents are some of the most vulnerable in the community and as the number of confirmed UK cases of COVID-19 continues to increase, we ask families for their support to help keep our residents and staff as safe as we can. We have therefore made the very difficult decision to restrict all visiting at this time. We have in the meantime arranged video calling facilities so that residents can keep in touch with their loved ones. Please contact our office on 01384 375 867 if you wish to arrange a video call with a resident at Oriel Care Home.
You know that you'd do anything for your family and that's just how we feel at Oriel House. We're a family run home and understand how worrying it can be to ensure your loved one is well taken care of. As soon as they arrive, your loved one will become part of our family and a member of the friendly group of residents that we care for. We'll give them constant care and attention, support and companionship whilst catering for their every need and personal tastes. And it doesn't matter whether you're funded privately or by social services, you'll be welcome here.
Whether on a long-term basis or respite care, our friendly atmosphere instantly puts everyone at ease. We often hold themed shows that involve singing to old favourites, something we find to be therapeutic and which further fuels our homes cheerful atmosphere. You can come and visit your loved one at any time, you’re always welcome and your input is encouraged to ensure the care we provide exceeds your expectations.
"The staff are the flagship of Oriel Care Home. Warm, caring, welcoming, they put Mum at ease and she feels safe! It feels like a family. The home itself is always clean and inviting feeling more like a lovely guest house than a care home. I cannot thank you enough!"
Mrs A, Daughter of resident.