Families reunited at Penrith care homeIt has been an emotional month at HC-One’s Cold Springs Park care home in Penrith as families have been reunited with their loved ones.

The home’s indoor visiting hub opened its doors following an easing of the government’s COVID-19 restrictions, Residents have enjoyed being able to spend quality time with their loved ones once again.

It was an extra special moment for Resident, Mary Towson who was finally able to meet her two new great granddaughters, twins Autumn and Ava who are now aged five months old. Mary’s two daughters, Margaret and Katherine who are her designated visitors brought the twins inside for Mary to meet in person for the first time.

Mary commented that the twins were a delight and absolutely beautiful. She is so proud of them and so pleased she finally met them both.

Cold Springs Park Home Manager, Jacqueline Johnstone said: “I am delighted that our Resident’s are able to be with their families once again, after a year of restrictions you start to really appreciate what’s important in life.”

Located on Scaws Drive, Cold Springs Park care home offers short and long term care packages for older ladies and gentlemen in Penrith that require residential care and residential memory care for those living with dementia.