Our top priority is the safety, health and well-being of our residents and staff.
Therefore we continue to work closely with the CDC, our state, and local public health officials to implement their recommendations regarding COVID-19, the novel coronavirus.
Currently, we are taking a number of precautionary measures to help reduce the potential for the virus to enter our buildings. Here is the most recent communication made to residents and families. (Please refer to the CDC’s Steps to Help Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 if You are Sick.)
Our Facilities are still accepting new residents, although we are observing heightened screening and safety procedures during and after admission.
If you would like to set up a tour, we would be more than happy to schedule a time to virtually show you around our community. To set up your own personal virtual tour, simply dial the building’s main number to speak with our Social Worker or Marketing staff.
Staying in contact
We have implemented the use of video calls to help our residents stay in contact with their loved ones.
Through FaceTime and Zoom sessions, residents will be able to talk face to face with their friends and family without leaving home.
We have obtained extra tablet devices to ensure that residents can communicate with their loved ones at any time.
Simply talk with any nurse, social worker or activities director, who will work with you to schedule the call.
For Friends & Family
Call the main building number for your loved one’s community, and ask to schedule a FaceTime or Zoom call.
Our staff will work together to set up a time that works for everyone.
Effective immediately, all visitor access into the facility is restricted. Residents are also restricted from leaving the community. Exceptions will only be allowed for medical and essential purposes.
However, we have obtained tents to enable outdoor visitation! Visitors and residents will be instructed by staff on proper protective equipment and social distancing guidelines to maintain safety during such visits.