15 Sep 2020

Care Home Visiting

Care Home Visiting

During the coronavirus crisis care homes have come up with many ingenious ways to allow their residents to interact safely with loved ones.

Being able to see each other through glass, either by a window or in conservatories, is popular. Often, with the addition of a mike or even a telephone.
Others have used marquees and tents to facilitate the 2-meter rule outdoors, sometimes using tables between.

More uniquely other homes have had cuddle curtains: plastic curtains with arm slots, allowing loved ones to hug safely. These curtains are thoroughly disinfected between uses.


One Home in Devon came up with a concept of a drive-through visit during the height of lockdown in May.
Please see video below:


Another way that residents have been able to see their friends, during even the highest level of lockdown, has been through using our giant interactive table for ‘Zoom’ or ‘Skype’. Utilising the latest technology, these interactive tables are easy to use and are perfectly designed to fit any care environment, complete with a unique range of safety and hygiene features!

  • High / Low Tilt & Turn design
  • 32" digital touchscreen
  • Fully mobile with lockable castors
  • Mains operated complete with battery built into the base for portability

This innovative product has so many uses from displaying agendas, running activity exercises, assisting with alternative therapy, engaging residents with simple games & more.

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