Visits start up once again at Pontefract care homeResidents are being reunited with their loved ones once again as window visits resume at HC-One’s Priory Gardens care home in Pontefract, West Yorkshire.

Due to lockdown restrictions, Residents unfortunately cannot see their Relatives with close contact. However, Priory Gardens has found a way to ensure that they can still be reunited face-to-face.

Families can now visit Residents through several windows at the care home where they can enjoy keeping up with all the latest news and gossip.

One Resident commented: “I’m so glad I can see my daughter again. I can’t wait until I can hug her.”

Window visits are the perfect way to maintain relationships, particularly during these difficult times.

Visitors are even treated to a delicious hot chocolate and biscuits to keep the chill at bay while they talk to their loved one at the home.

Priory Gardens Home Manager, Sarah Hudson, commented: “It has been a challenging time but we are finally able to offer window visits again.”
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