Posted: March 6, 2020
As an active adult community, every day we take very seriously our responsibility to provide a safe and healthy environment for residents while also balancing the resident’s individual choices. Therefore, when an outbreak like the CoV-2 Coronavirus occurs, we are able to build upon the already strong virus prevention protocols of our community. We are aware that anyone over the age of 60 will have a higher risk of complications from the virus, this has prompted us to be even more vigilant in keeping the community safe.
While we still have no confirmed cases, our approach during this heighten virus season is to remain calm, share the facts, take precautionary measures and to continue enjoying community life as best as possible. While our primary focus is on preventing the virus from entering our community, we have a leadership workgroup meeting daily to assess the situation, give guidance and provide training so that we are as prepared as possible to identify, treat and eliminate Coronavirus should the need arise.
We are continuing to provide educational opportunities to residents and their families to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We do ask if you have a fever, cough or respiratory symptoms please do not visit our community. All visitor must wash their hands upon entering. We welcome cards, letters, and grocery drop-offs. Additionally, we ask that all residents limit their travel outside the community and practice social distancing of at least six feet. It is very important to us that residents feel safe, stay calm and have the opportunity to continue to enjoy their lives.
For more information on what Christian Living Communities is doing to combat the spread of this virus in our sister senior living communities, watch this recorded Town Hall Meeting.