* VISITING UPDATE - AS OF 8TH JUNE 2022 *
Our doors are back open!
We are so happy to be able to say that you no longer need to book a visit to come and see your relative. There are still a few guidelines we have to adhere to. Mainly the following:
- You do still need to wear a mask when you visit.
- Visits should still only take place in your relatives bedroom.
- Although it is not mandatory for you to have a LFD test before coming, we do still advise that where possible, you carry one out anyway, just to help us keep our family safe and covid free.
COVID Diaries - 2020
2020 has been a tough one for us all and at Landermeads it has been no exception. There have been times in the last year that we have felt afraid, challenged, devastated and tired. We were not spared and we have lost some of our family members at Landermeads before they were ready to go. We filmed these diaries to give staff the chance to voice how they felt.
Despite the tears what shines through is the passion and determination to put our family members at Landermeads first – they are truly a part of our family and the recurrent message is that we would do it all again. Part 4 is full of this heartfelt commitment.
A Christmas To Remember 2020
After a difficult year now is the time to celebrate the wonderful people we support and the incredible staff we work alongside. Follow this link to join us in celebrating social care across Nottingham. You will recognize familiar faces as staff from all areas have sent us snippets including many from the most important participants – those we support.
We have worked with Big Ian Donaghy to bring you A Christmas to Remember and, I think you’ll agree, he has definitely done us proud. Thank you Ian!
John has created a wonderful environment where all of his personality is reflected
Roy enjoys gardening and there's lots to work on here at Landermeads
Eve loves to take care of everyone and insists on a good cuppa and a chat
Nursing in Social Care
We believe that nursing in social care is a fantastic opportunity and a rewarding career. Landermeads and Wren Hall produced this Health Education England funded film to promote this nationally.
At Landermeads we believe that there is potential in our staff and encourage career progression through the ranks – we currently have 5 qualified Nursing Associates, a further 4 about to qualify in January and four just starting their training. They have become an integral part of our nursing team and work under the supervision of our excellent nursing team.
"We Are Family"
Showcases the value of Dementia Care Matters 'Feelings Matter Most' philosophy for people living with dementia, which recognises that people living with dementia are more 'feeling beings' than 'thinking beings'.Filmed here at Landermeads, the film shows how the Butterfly household Model of Care identifies that quality dementia care is all about the beauty of the moment and sharing and celebrating life.