- In an effort to welcome new family members, we are pleased to offer our virtual tour program. In select communities, we are also able to offer limited in-person assistance.
- With almost 100% of our current residents being vaccinated, communities are working with state and local agencies to determine the best way to proceed with updated visitor rules and regulations. Please contact your community for the most up-to-date information regarding Welcome Windows, outdoor, and indoor visitation regulations.
- If you have an extenuating end-of-life situation, we are here to help coordinate special visitations for those particular times. Anyone visiting due to end-of-life will be screened during each visit for flu symptoms. Any visitor that screens positive will not be permitted unless it is medically necessary, requested by the resident/family and approved by Elsa Prosch, RN, BSN | Director of Health Services.
We are working diligently to make sure our residents' spirits remain cared for with activities designed with social distancing and protective measures in mind. We are using every resource at our disposal to ensure our residents' emotional wellbeing during this difficult time. As we address new government guidelines restricting group activities, we will continue to work with our teams to provide stimulating activities and opportunities for safe socialization.
- Activities are individualized for each resident and continue to provide meaningful outlets for engagement.
- Technology is being used to keep residents in communication with their families and loved ones.
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- Avoid close contact
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
- Stay home when you are sick
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe