London care home over the moon to welcome visitors againResidents at HC-One’s Tower Bridge care home in South East London, were over the moon to welcome back visitors to the home, safely.

After the recent lifting of restrictions on 8th March, care homes can now offer visiting more frequently. Tower Bridge care home Colleagues could not wait to welcome back some of their Relatives and see the smiles back on the faces of Residents.

One Tower Bridge Resident has got 8 children and it has been very tough to keep them in touch with all of her children, through video calls and other methods. When visiting restrictions were lifted, she was still only allowed to see one of them, but she was still over the moon to see her son, Michael.

Colleagues haven’t seen so much joy on the faces of Residents for a long time and was such a lovely day for everyone involved.
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