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Shaw are delighted to announce that they have been recognised with an award for support shown to employees with their learning and development

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Wylesfield in Powys has become one of the first in Wales to receive a new temporary 'visitor pod', thanks to funding from the Welsh Government.

Care homes across Powys will soon benefit from investment in state-of-the-art equipment that aims to improve the quality of life for residents with mobility issues and ease pressures on care home staff.

A specialist acquired brain injury care centre in Ledbury has been identified as an ‘Approved Provider’ for the second year running.

An aspiring law student from Arundel, who took time away from her studies to support a local care home when the COVID-19 pandemic hit the UK, has spoken of the “eye-opening” experience and praised colleagues for their “excellent” approach to resident care.

This Easter may have been a little different in the fact that family and friends were unable to visit but we can assure you that there were lots of fun and games at the services and lots of chocolate enjoyed.

Shaw healthcare care homes across Wales, England and Scotland all link up online to make a virtual choir to sing “We’ll Meet Again”.

On March 27th 2020, Shaw healthcare care homes across Wales, England and Scotland all linked up online to make a virtual choir to sing “We’ll Meet Again”.

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We are welcoming new residents into our homes to ensure that we are there for those who need respite or residential care. Please click here to see how we are ensuring our residents and employees safety.

Dear relatives,

I’m pleased to say that Shaw is making fantastic progress with the COVID-19 vaccinations. The majority of our staff and residents have been vaccinated and scheduled to get the second dose shortly.

The national statistics being reported suggest that we are over the second peak and there is light at the end of the tunnel. To get back to ‘normal’ and the life we once knew we will all need to be vaccinated to help our chances to overcome COVID-19 should we catch it and to prevent it from spreading to each other.

Each of our care homes has been doing everything in their power to ensure that residents and employees are vaccinated. The LFT testing continues to help us operate to manage the visiting, as well as exercising social distancing, using PPE, hand washing, risk assessments and adhering to all other public health guidelines.

We appreciate your continued support and understanding of the situation that the care homes face to protect your loved ones. I sincerely hope that we can get back to visiting as we once knew it.

Thank you again,

Mike Smith, Chief Operating Officer