Visiting a loved one at Lower Farm Nursing Home from 12th April 2021
BOOKINGS NOW BEING TAKEN
As from the 12th April 2021 an additional one nominated person, in addition to the existing nominated person (TWO IN TOTAL) will be able to visit their loved one inside the home in a pre-allocated location. ALL visits are by appointment only and each visit will last for 25 minutes. A lateral Flow Test (LFD) MUST be carried out 30 minutes prior to the appointed visiting time. Taking of your temperature and completion of required declaration forms will also be required prior to the visit so please allow up to one hour for the LFD testing and your visit. Full PPE must be worn during your visit. Details as to our visiting policy is available to download via the link below. A paper copy will be available when arriving for your LFD test and visit.
To book your visit
Tel: 01553 671027
and select Option 2
IMPORTANT NOTICE – NOMINATED VISITORS:
Only two members of a family or friends can be nominated visitors per resident. Babies and toddlers are also able to visit along with a nominated visitor(s) and they will not count as a nominated visitor. Please advise the member of staff if you will be bringing a baby(s) or toddler(s) when booking your appointment.
It is important that you arrange who are the nominated visitors prior to booking your appointment.
A Statement from the Directors of
Archers Healthcare Ltd.
Following the recent escalation in cases of the COVID-19 virus, Archers HealthCare Ltd. are re-instating the total lockdown of Lower Farm Nursing Home with immediate effect, as from the 12th September 2020. This is to ensure the safety of our residents and staff within the home.
We are able to allow visits by a family member or friend from behind a closed room window (all windows MUST be kept closed) or from behind the wall of glass near the main Activities Room (all windows MUST be kept closed). We hope that you understand we are doing our utmost to ensure the safety of our residents and staff during this ongoing situation.
Please be assured that we are following all Government guidelines and we are reviewing the situation on a regular basis. If you require any further clarification then please do not hesitate to contact a Senior member of the care team.
We thank you for your continuing support during this ongoing situation.
Archers HealthCare Ltd.
The next Relatives and Friends Meeting is
Scheduled for Wednesday 30th June 2021 at 6.00pm
The Relative and Friends Meeting scheduled to be held on Wednesday 7th April 2021 has been cancelled. The next scheduled meeting will be held on Wednesday 30th June 2021. I will keep you advised via this website as to the status of this meeting. If you have any suggestions on how we may have a group discussion in the future then please contact me to discuss these options.
In the meantime, if you have any questions or you wish to discuss any issues with myself then please do not hesitate to contact me on Tel: 01553 671027 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to answer or discuss any questions you may have.
Lower Farm Nursing Home
126 Grimston Road, South Wootton, King's Lynn, Norfolk. PE30 3PB
Contact Telephone Numbers:
Main Telephone Line: 01553 671 027
Contact the Registered Manager or Nurses on Tel: 01553 670 488
Registered Manager: email@example.com
Home Administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Finance Administrator: email@example.com
Residents or someone acting on their behalf can call our Registered Manager (TRACEY CATLIN) on 01553 670488 . Alternatively, please contact our Admin (JASON COLLEDGE) or our finance lead ( PAULETTE CARTER ) on 01553 671027 or email : firstname.lastname@example.org with your details.
Residents can also seek referral through other sources, such as general practitioners (G.P.s), social services, hospitals and sheltered accomodation.
We can then arrange for them to visit to Lower Farm to see the excellent care we provide and discuss their needs and requirements with our care team.
Prior to admission, one of our highly qualified care team will visit the resident's home to assess their care in familiar surroundings. A Care Plan is then formed and reviewed with the resident, their relatives and any outside agencies that may be involved in their care (such as their G.P.)
Visiting is SUSPENDED until further notice: Relatives & friends of residents are welcome at any time. For security, all guests are required to sign in the guest book on arrival & departure. We would appreciate if you could telephone ahead of time and inform a senior nurse at Lower Farm, if you plan to visit us after 5pm.
Private Telephone & Internet: Residents can install a personal telephone line. There is also "password protected" WIFI on premises, which the resident can use for FaceTime or Skype calls.
Religious or Cultural Requirements: Lower Farm aims to ensure the religious or cultural needs can be fulfilled.
General Practitioners (G.P.'s): Lower Farm can arrange for residents to be registered with a local G.P. or they may retain their own.
N. Henson (Monday, August 13 18 05:24 pm BST)
I would like to say a massive thanku to angie and all the staff I wouldn't of got threw the last few weeks or today without your kindness support help u looked after my dear dear friend and was there always with everything teas questions support tears the lot u have all gone beyond your job to help and b there.
love to u all thanku.
C & J. W., Firing, Norfolk (26th August 2015)
T. C., King’s Lynn, Norfolk
“I am writing on behalf
of my brothers, sisters and myself to thank you for taking such good care of Mum during her stay at Lower Farm.
Not only did the team of carers look after Mum but we also were made to feel cared for and never in the way. It would be wrong to single out any individuals for particular praise but we all feel that among the team some have become friends and hopefully will remain so."
Family of E.L.
To All the Staff at Lower
Farm who made my mother, E.L.’s life the best they could manage during the past year.
Thank you all so much for your unfailing friendliness, kindness, caring and courtesy both to her and those who visited. You made a difficult year bearable.
Again all my thanks. You do a great job with your care.”