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Care home colleagues have been at the forefront of the fight against coronavirus. They have demonstrated resilience, agility and flexibility to protect and look after some of the most vulnerable in our communities. Amidst all the challenges, a spotlight has been shone on the true value of partnership working and the sharing of expertise and knowledge - never more so than in the realm of infection prevention control. As the Director and Registered Manager of Elite Care Solutions in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, it is part of my role to share information and updates with staff to help them make informed decisions about testing and whether or not to have the COVID vaccination. We had a determined walk which caught the attention of residents and their staff, faces pushed up against the glass and little dances of joy. As far back as early December , care home provider Barchester Healthcare did everything possible to protect staff and residents from the infection risks posed by COVID
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As we approach a festive season that will be very different for all of us, we wanted to say thank you again for the support you have provided our communities during a very challenging year. We continue to be moved by stories of dedication, kindness and empathy across the social care workforce and by your equally dedicated NHS colleagues. We know many of you will continue to provide care and support in your communities and go the extra mile to work over the holiday period.
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Archstone Foundation focuses its funding on three new priority areas, while providing Responsive Grantmaking to meet the emerging and unmet needs of older adults and those who serve them. Archstone Foundation supports its grantees with assistance and reporting tools, along with hands-on collaboration and advice. And as a result of the economic devastation the pandemic caused, they also were threatened by severe state budget cuts. ADS programs serve more than 30, people in California, offering a safe, positive, caring alternative to nursing home care for those who do not need hour skilled nursing. Although these centers serve as the primary location for older adults to receive support, the beginning stages of the COVID crisis disrupted their work.
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