We look forward to announcing face-to-face personal visits to all residents — those living in the independent living areas and the Nursing Care Area — in coming days. There will be restrictions, but we’ll be sharing details soon.
“Visits Through the Glass Door”
Nursing Care Area Residents Welcome Visitors
We’re delighted to announce our first limited visits between families, friends, and residents living our Nursing Care Area through our “Visits Through the Glass Door.”
As we slowly allow visits, we continue our concern for the health and happiness of our residents and remain in compliance with regulations.
We know it’s not a hug and kiss, but it is a face-to-face visit, with only a pane of glass separating loved ones.
Rules for “Visits Through the Glass Door”
Where is the Glass Door?
The glass door is an exterior clear glass door opening into a parlor in the Nursing Care Area.
How does a “Visit Through the Glass Door” take place?
How do I schedule a visit?
NO VISITATION IS ALLOWED in the nursing care area, other than visits that are “medically necessary.” We are providing the opportunity to visit residents with our “Through the Glass Door” program (details described above). Exceptions will be considered under extraordinary circumstances, such as end-of-life situations. These visits must be scheduled and approved in advance by the Superintendent.
Independent Living Area Visitation
No person other than those deemed, by the Superintendent, to be “Critically Necessary” will be allowed to enter any building on the campus. HOWEVER, independent living residents may meet with visitors outdoors in a well-ventilated area.
While it is not recommended, you may meet with your family or friends OUTDOORS with these restrictions:
Let us continue to work together to protect the health and safety of yourself, your neighbors, and our staff!