Beginning, Monday May 11 all visitors will be required to wear a facial mask.
We understand the concerns you and your family are experiencing with the world-wide COVID-19 health crisis – especially as you have a loved one living in our care. The pandemic’s potential impact on the elderly population is of utmost concern to every one of us. Everything we do is focused on protecting your loved one’s health and safety.
Out of an abundance of caution we have implemented a number of measures, including but not limited to:
Re-educated our staff on the appropriateness of infection prevention measures which are a part of how we operate on a daily basis.
Every staff member and visitor undergoes a screening upon arrival which includes a temperature check. Direct any staff who may be sick to stay home.
Every staff member is required to wear a face mask and follow social distance guidelines at all times and encouraged to do so when outside our retirement community.
Suspending planned group outings with the exception of healthcare related outings.
Suspended group activities and outside entertainment brought into the building.
Suspending communal dining and delivering meals to residents’ rooms.
Only allowing new residents to move in if they meet the following criteria: temperature testing, answering detailed questions about their most recent traveling, and providing confirmation from a doctor they are healthy with no signs of respiratory illness and are COVID-19 negative.
While we’re all eager to get back to our normal routines and social outings, it’s vital that we maintain our heightened protocols until further notice. It is working and continues to be our best defense in keeping everyone safe and healthy. We continue to stay up-to-date and in compliance with all CDC and local health agencies guidelines.
We appreciate your continued support, understanding and cooperation. Thank you for trusting us to care for your loved one. We’re here for your loved one, and we’re here for you.