From January, there will be two ways to visit your loved ones in our nursing homes – in one of our Visiting Pods or, for nominated visitors, a resident-room visit. Both types of visit last 30 minutes and must be booked in advance. Our maintenance teams constructed Visitor Pods in record time – here’s the .. Read More
Yesterday, the government announced the following further relaxation of the guidance around visiting care homes:
Residents can now be visited by 5 named visitors (including their essential care giver if they have one), with a maximum of 2 visitors at any one time or on a given day. These daily limits do not apply for very .. Read More
Following the government’s recent announcement, we’ve updated the guidance around visiting residents in our nursing homes.
Please see our latest Relatives Newsletter for more information: 4th May Relatives COVID-19 BCOP BULLETIN
Using a new electronic care planning system, we’ve increased the amount of time we can spend delivering care to residents by cutting the time needed for paperwork.
The Nourish e-care planning system is freeing up our team to do what they do best: putting their skills and effort into providing outstanding care for your loved one.
The .. Read More
In line with government guidance, all three of our care homes are now able to accept visitors – please contact the relevant nursing home to find out which type of visit they are currently able to offer.
On 5th March, Justin Varney, Director Public Health for Birmingham has issued a letter to families explaining the government .. Read More
We are looking to recruit volunteers to help scale up and support testing capacity within our three care homes in the city.
We conduct routine PCR and Lateral Flow Device (LFD) testing in our homes. As a volunteer you will play a critical role helping with the regular testing of residents, external visitors and staff, ensuring .. Read More
Following the announcement on 30th December that Birmingham is to come under Tier 4 Restrictions, unfortunately we have had to suspend the roll-out of resident-room visits for now. Pod visits, closed window visits and video calls will still be possible.
Read our latest BCOP Relatives Bulletin for more information.
Anita Stone Court, BCOP’s care home in Moseley, Birmingham, has been recognised as one of the most recommended homes in the West Midlands, winning a ‘Top 20’ Award from carehome.co.uk; BCOP as an organisation won a ‘Top 20 Small Care Home Group’ Award.
Janet Galloway, BCOP’s Head of Care Quality remarked, “This award gives relatives looking .. Read More
At this unprecedented time of uncertainty, I would like to reassure you that the safety and welfare of your loved ones is our top priority. Staff are working tirelessly to care for and support residents and tenants and ensure that life for them is disrupted as little as possible. We are also providing support to .. Read More
We have vacancies available in a number of our housing schemes for older people across Birmingham.
Edgcumbe Court 55+, Supported Housing Scheme, Bartley Green:
1 bedroom flats for one person, first floor accessed via a flight of steps. Tenants must be fully mobile. On site manager, communal laundry, visiting hairdresser, activities in communal lounge. Near local bus route and shops.
Anita Stone .. Read More