As the UK returns to a new and adapted lockdown due to the pandemic, I want to confirm SweetTree’s absolute commitment to ensuring we maintain the health and safety of our clients, support workers and staff. We will never compromise the high quality of our service provision, but equally we believe Home Care providers must recognise the need to be active in what has become an unprecedented time for home care services and all other health and social care provision.
Our teams at SweetTree have had ongoing Covid-19 and Infection Control training and we are in constant contact to monitor the implementation of these and provide continued support. PPE continues to be provided to all of our Support Workers in addition to assistance being offered to travel safely where required.
We recognise the importance of being able to continue to support all new and existing clients in need of our services and how we achieve this is noted in our Covid-19 Frequently Asked Questions. Our commitment to this cause can also be seen in our new, fully developed Covid-19 Rehabilitation Service. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you do have any further enquiries or questions.
We will continue to monitor the situation and adapt our practices in parallel with the latest guidance and direction from UK’s Public Health Authorities. Furthermore, we are constantly in contact with our close SweetTree networks, including our Advisory Board, to ensure that we are making decisions that will continue to benefit the communities we serve.
As CEO of SweetTree Home Care Services, I’m committed to ensuring that our clients can remain safe and cared for at home throughout this challenging time. I want to take this opportunity to thank our wonderful and dedicated Team members at SweetTree, both in the office and in the community, for doing so much to protect our client’s well-being. We urge you all to stay safe and to take care of your loved ones, even if temporarily the best way to do that is from a short distance away.
Nicki Bones, CEO