Hol­i­days back on agenda

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MERSEY­SIDE’S Re­vi­talise has an­nounced new 2021 hol­i­days – as 71% of dis­abled peo­ple need respite now more than ever.

I am very proud to work for Re­vi­talise, an amaz­ing char­ity that usu­ally cre­ates hol­i­days for dis­abled peo­ple and car­ers at our ac­ces­si­ble respite cen­tre in South­port, Mersey­side.

Af­ter this most un­usual pan­demic year, we are de­lighted to re­turn big­ger and bet­ter and re­veal our fan­tas­tic 2021 ‘Early Bird’ hol­i­day of­fers, packed full of en­ter­tain­ment, themed weeks and day trips – all with dis­counts, sav­ings and book with con­fi­dence guar­an­tees.

Many dis­abled peo­ple are feel­ing ex­hausted and at break­ing point af­ter a lengthy iso­la­tion and a mas­sive 71% of those we sur­veyed said they need a respite hol­i­day now more than ever.

We’re proud to say they can now start plan­ning their next hol­i­day, and do so safely with Re­vi­talise’s ‘Book With Con­fi­dence Guar­an­tee,’ al­low­ing them to can­cel or re­book their hol­i­day with ab­so­lutely no amend­ment fees, giv­ing them peace of mind when book­ing.

Re­vi­talise are also of­fer­ing their low­est de­posit ever of £49, as well as half price care sup­port and com­pan­ion dis­counts, sav­ing guests up to £1,107.

Dur­ing the cur­rent Covid-19 cri­sis, we have been of­fer­ing our fa­cil­i­ties, care and nurs­ing teams at the re­cently re­fur­bished Re­vi­talise Ju­bilee Lodge cen­tre in Es­sex and Net­ley Wa­ter­side House in Hampshire to sup­port lo­cal NHS hos­pi­tals.

We have wel­comed pa­tients not suf­fer­ing from the Covid-19 virus in or­der to free up beds for pa­tients who are, re­liev­ing pres­sure on the

NHS and en­sur­ing avail­abil­ity of space for more crit­i­cal pa­tients.

Re­vi­talise Net­ley Wa­ter­side House and Re­vi­talise Sand­pipers in Mersey­side have also con­tin­ued to sup­port dis­abled peo­ple dur­ing the pan­demic, wel­com­ing guests for ur­gent care-sup­ported respite.

Over the com­ing months of this year, we are of­fer­ing respite stays and breaks with adapted ac­tiv­i­ties and en­ter­tain­ment, de­pend­ing on the up-to-date gov­ern­ment guide­lines at the time.

All of us at Re­vi­talise are look­ing for­ward to wel­com­ing guests back to our hol­i­day cen­tres for some much-needed fun, laugh­ter and great mem­o­ries com­bined with the re­as­sur­ance of ex­pert care sup­port.

We all need a break now more than ever and we can’t wait to get back to do­ing what we do best!

Any­body who is wor­ried about whether their care sup­port at home can con­tinue, or would like to take ad­van­tage of the Re­vi­talise Early Bird, should con­tact Re­vi­talise.

Devon Prosser, via email BE WARY OF CALL­ERS

IN some ar­eas, track and trace by tele­phone is be­ing re­placed by coun­cil em­ploy­ees knock­ing on doors.

I am al­ways suspicious when some­one knocks on my door, claim­ing to rep­re­sent the coun­cil or any other or­gan­i­sa­tion un­less I have re­ceived prior no­ti­fi­ca­tion.

As they know, at my ad­dress, leave a let­ter, ad­dressed to me per­son­ally, giv­ing the venue to­gether with the date, time and the per­son with whom I came into con­tact who has now tested pos­i­tive for Covid-19.

Bernard Pow­ell, via email

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