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Category Archives: Care Home Dorset

  1. Visiting Your Loved Ones

    As we are sure you are all aware, there has been lots of discussion in the news this week about visitors to care homes being able to access Covid-19 tests, so that they can safely visit their loved ones. Clearly this is wonderful news for our residents and their families, and at Bramley Care we…

  2. Visits Can Continue Throughout New Lockdown

    We’ve checked the latest government guidelines carefully and are really pleased to be able to announce that visits to our garden visiting rooms at Bramley House and The Old Rectory can carry on as normal throughout this new lockdown.

  3. Giving Feedback to the CQC

    The CQC (Care Quality Commission) is the independent regulator of health and social care in England, whose role is to make sure that health and social care services, such as Bramley Care, provide their clients with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care. In order to perform its role effectively, the CQC encourages the clients, relatives of…

  4. Visiting Your Loved Ones

    At Bramley Care, we are doing our utmost to ensure that visits to our homes are handled as safely as possible. We fully appreciate that human contact is incredibly important for the wellbeing of our residents, but that keeping them safe from Covid-19 is also vital. With this in mind, we have made some updates…

  5. Caroline Nicholson Formally Appointed as Registered Manager at Bramley House!

    We’re delighted to announce that Caroline Nicholson has now been officially appointed as Registered Manager at Bramley House, having been formally registered by the CQC. She has of course already been doing the job wonderfully for a while now, but it’s nice to have it made official.

  6. Bramley Home Care Friends & Family App

    At Bramley Home Care, we use an electronic system called Tagtronics to help manage the care of our clients.  We use it to record real-time, accurate, up-to-date information about our clients’ health and well-being, which is instantly accessible to everyone in the care team.  We’re really pleased to announce that our clients’ loved ones are…

  7. The Nourish Family Portal

    At Bramley House and The Old Rectory, we use an electronic system called Nourish to help manage the care of our residents.  We use it to record real-time, accurate, up-to-date information about our residents’ health and well-being, which is instantly accessible to everyone in the care team. We are delighted to announce that our residents’…

  8. Patio Visits!

    With the Covid-19 infection rate currently looking reassuringly low in our area, we are now really pleased to be able to offer socially-distanced visits outside, on the patios, at Bramley House and The Old Rectory. The safety of our residents must of course always come first, so visits must be booked in advance, visitors will…

  9. The New Garden Meeting Rooms Are Ready To Use!

    The new Garden Meeting Rooms at both Bramley House and The Old Rectory are finished! And don’t they look good! Congratulations to our trusty Maintenance Team for doing such a speedy job. From next Monday onwards, friends and relatives will be able to book a slot to meet up with their loved ones in a…

  10. We had a celebrity visit this afternoon – socially distanced of course! The amazingly talented Ruth Wilson, of Luther fame, along with Antony Sainthill, Director of the UK Mask Force organisation (what a brilliant name!) delivered over 1000 pieces of PPE to Bramley House, and presented them to Caroline. Thank you so much to everyone…

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