Coronavirus pandemic update (Number 29)
As you know new restrictions to reduce the transmission of COVID-19 within the community will come into force in NI at on 27 November 2020. The government have advised that “the single most important action we can all take to fight coronavirus, to save lives, and to help our Health and Social Care system cope with current pressures is to stay at home”. Some of the restrictions are in law through regulations, while others are in guidance. Everyone is legally required to comply with the regulations.
For more detailed information on the restrictions see: Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions from 27 November 2020
In response to this Brooke House is again suspending normal services. Over the next two weeks we will be supporting our employees to work from home wherever possible.
We will no longer deliver the following at all until advised it is safe to do so:
- Complementary therapies (Acupuncture, Massage, Reflexology)
- Groups (Horticultural Therapy, Fishing)
- Structured Residential Programme
The following can continue dependent on availability:
- Physiotherapy – will not be available for the week beginning Monday 30th November and we will advise nearer the time whether it can re-commence week beginning 7th
- Screenings following referral – by telephone
- Reviews on completion of services – by telephone
- Clinical Psychology – face-to-face appointments with all COVID secure practices in place.
- Talking therapies interventions (Counselling, etc) – if your therapist has already made arrangements directly with you then please continue with that.
Please do not come to the Centre in person. Instead call 028 8953 1223 or email us on email@example.com. In the meantime, please maintain all the precautionary measures advised by the Government in order to protect yourselves and others. As things change so may this advice and we will attempt to keep you as up to date as possible.
Joan Clements, Director, Brooke House Health and Wellbeing Centre