Visit loved ones

At Queen’s Lodge, we are busy making the final arrangements which will, as per Government guidance, enable people to visit loved ones in the home but until then we also have our council-approved visitor pod open.

From 8th March, as part of the Government’s roadmap out of the Covid-19 lockdown, visits inside care homes can take place again, with each resident being able to nominate one family member to enter the building.

Visitors will be tested using rapid lateral flow tests before every visit, must wear the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow all of our other infection control measures. Hand holding will be permitted although no close physical contact such as hugging is allowed. 

Although it would have been nice to start the visits from 8th March, a lot of planning and preparation is involved and we want to make sure that everything is in place to ensure that when we do, residents, family members and staff continue to remain safe  We do however expect the visits to start very soon.

In the meantime we are pleased to have been able to re-open our visitors pod which enables people to see and speak to their loved ones via a window and microphone.

We hope to be in a position to welcome even more people to Queen’s Lodge in the foreseeable future.

Why Choose Constantia Healthcare?

Residential & Nursing Care

Providing a homely, safe and secure environment for your loved ones

Respite & Day Care

Looking after your loved ones while you have a well-earned rest and break

Alzheimers & Dementia Care

Specialist care for people with complex needs at Roseleigh in Middlesbrough

Varied Activity Programme

Stimulating body and mind with an ever-changing schedule