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Returning To Face-to-Face Therapy 

As restrictions begin to ease, and increasing numbers slowly begin returning to workplaces, we would like to inform you of our efforts to ensure that our policies and procedures within our buildings remain in alignment with the latest Government advice.

In accordance with the advice, we have set out below what we have done to help minimize the potential spread of Covid-19 and to allow the continued use of our rooms in as safe an environment that can reasonably be maintained:

Automatic hand sanitizers have been installed just inside each front door.

In addition, 250ML bottles of hand sanitizer are provided in each room at all buildings and will be kept topped up daily (bottles must be left in the rooms)

Daily cleaning and the disinfecting of surfaces that are touched regularly is carried out by our cleaning team, and will continue moving forward.

All WCs are provided with antibacterial soap, and all taps are touch-free.

We have ensured that in all rooms, when seated, therapist and client are 2 metres apart. We have placed tape on the carpets to mark the position of where the armchairs and sofas should be. In order to maintain the distance, it is imperative that furniture is not moved beyond those marks. In some smaller rooms, whereas your feet may not be two metres apart, your faces will be.

In addition, we require that anyone entering the building adhere to the following procedures:

Use the no-touch automatic sanitizers upon entering the building.

Therapists should instruct their clients to arrive on time and not to use the waiting rooms. The waiting rooms will remain open to allow people to step into whilst letting somebody pass through the corridors with space, but the waiting rooms now are effectively closedSignage will be present in all waiting rooms to this effect.

Use the room sanitizers upon entering the room.

Adhere to all building signage.

While passing through the corridors, allow anybody else you may meet enough space to pass. When leaving your room, check that the common area is reasonably clear before stepping out of the room.

Wash hands more often than normal, and for at least 20 seconds.

Minimize the amount of hand contact with surfaces.

Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, and throw away the tissue straight away. Tissues and bins are provided in all rooms.

And finally, as per the government advice, if you have symptoms of coronavirus, self-isolate for 7 days. If you live with someone who has symptoms, self-isolate for 14 days from the day their symptoms started. If you fall in either of these categories, you must not visit the buildings during those isolation periods.

We are looking forward to supporting you with face-to-face therapy when you and your clients are comfortable doing so. Please get in touch to discuss particular requirements.

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Therapy room hire in the heart of London

A Room in Town,
Head Office,
8/10 Hallam Street,
London,
W1W 6NS