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Covid – 19 information

Rayner House is fully operational and open to new residents

Since the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic our priority here at Rayner House has been to ensure the safety and wellbeing of both residents and staff. This has led to restrictions on visiting the home which we know have been very tedious for both relatives and residents. We have invested in new technology to ensure that residents and relatives can communicate safely on a regular basis and the provision of ipads & tablets has proved very popular.

However, the restrictions which were put in place, together with strict adherence to measures designed to reduce the risk of introducing the virus to the home, have paid dividends.

We are very happy to report that throughout the period of the pandemic we have had no coronavirus related deaths at Rayner House.

All our staff and residents are tested for Covid-19 on a regular basis according to government and local public health advice. We also have measures in place to limit the number of non-essential tradesman coming into the home. In addition, we have a plentiful supply of PPE and undertake regular staff training to ensure adherence to high standards of cleanliness and current Covid guidance.

We are now working hard to provide a facility within the home where relatives will be able to visit safely in a Covid secure environment and we will be strictly following the guidance on visiting published by the Department of Health on 5th November.

We are currently welcoming new residents to Rayner House and are here to provide the care for those in need within a safe and secure environment.

Please contact our Trust Manager, Caroline Finlay, for further information – 0121 705 9293

December 2020

RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME FOR THE ELDERLY AT RAYNER HOUSE

Rayner House in the Heart of Solihull is a purpose built Residential Care Home for the Elderly. We have been caring for the Elderly in Solihull
since 1984.

Our Professional and caring home is a fun, safe environment where our residents can be sure their care needs will be met.
Each resident has a regularly monitored individual care plan and a named key worker who keeps an eye on their needs.

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INDEPENDENT LIVING FOR THE ELDERLY AT YEW TREES

Yew Trees offers Independent Living for the Elderly. Our tenants benefit from the privacy of their own home; in a purpose built Sheltered Environment.

Each tenant is safe in the knowledge that there is someone close 24 hours a day who can help them if they need it.

There is plenty going on every day if you want to participate.
Solihull Town centre is very close and we also have local bus stop, doctor’s surgery, chemist, pub & other shops nearby.

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ISAIL@SHEPS – DAY CLUB FOR OLDER PEOPLE

Sheps Day Club provides individual support and assisted independence living day facilities for the elderly within the borough

Our range of activities and entertainment help reduce isolation, encourage social networking and can assist in respite for carers.

We aim to work with our clients to sustain a sense of freedom, identify opportunities for wider horizons and reduce risks around daily living.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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“I would like to thank Clare, The Manager & her staff for the excellent standard of care shown to my mother during her day care at Sheps. Upon arrival we are always greeted with welcoming smiles.

The clients are happy & content giving me the knowledge & comfort that they are being well cared for during the day. There are always a selection of different activities going on which everyone participates in.

I would also take this opportunity to thank the catering staff who do am amazing job providing an excellent selection of meals and snacks.

Clare is always on hand to chat and offer assistance with any issues arising around my mother’s care”

Sheps Day Centre – From a relative, Nov 2017

In October 2016 my mother, at the age of 95, entered hospital for the first time in her life. Over the next 3 months there was a decline in her general health, physical capability, motivation and positivity. Despite care assistance it quickly became obvious that she was longer capable of independent living. In January she became a resident at Rayner House and Yew Trees Ltd.

ALL employees have been excellent, led by the wonderful Caroline Finlay, who is compassionate and understanding. She aims for each resident to have some enjoyment and to be as comfortable as possible at this stage in their lives.

Her philosophy and work ethic is shared.

My mother is content and VERY comfortable. I could not ask for better.

Rayner House – From a relative, Nov 2017
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LET’S WORK TOGETHER

We work with all kinds of volunteers – from students to senior citizens. Volunteers help to organize outings, assist with our lunch or dinner service, or just spend an afternoon hanging out with our residents. Whether you have a passion that you’d like to bring to us or a skill that can be used to benefit the lives of our seniors, we’d like to hear from you.

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