SAFETY OF OUR RESIDENTS AND STAFF

Resident and staff safety has and continues to be our number one priority since the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic. We will continue to follow the guidelines put in place by state, federal and local health agencies. Your support has been greatly appreciated.  We will not stop until COVID-19 is eradicated.

INTERACTING WITH LOVED ONES

VISITATION POLICY FACTS

The facility has the right to end any visit, should you not adhere to these guidelines. . . . 2021
YOUR LOVED ONE(s) IS OUR #1 PRIORITY!

We continue to actively monitor state and local  levels of COVID-19 and adjust our policies and procedures in accordance with

IDPH and CDC rules and regulations.

Our latest information on our efforts can be found here and our Facebook page.

Please watch our Facebook page to see which PHASE we are currently Phase can change at anytime without prior notice. Always call to confirm prior to travel

Follow our         page

VIDEO CALLS Scheduled video calls are available on multiple platforms. OUTDOOR VISITS*  Scheduled outdoor visits are available. COVID screening and MASKS required. PHONE CALLS Phone calls are always welcome and window visits if windows are available.
Visitation Policy* We are committed to your loved one’s safety.  Outdoor visits, weather permitting, are preferred, and will be prioritized.  We ask that you adhere to the following guidelines while visiting with your loved one: 1.  Visitation will be allowed by appointment only.  Start and end times will be designated for each visit, along with a location. 2.  Limits may be placed on the number of visitations per week or per day for each individual, based on availability. 3.  In order to maintain appropriate social distancing, visitation may be limited to number of visitors at a time per resident.   4.  You will be screened, in person, upon arrival, including temperature check. 5.  If you develop symptoms of COVID-19 within 3 days following your visit, you must notify the facility. 6.  You will be restricted to the designated location within the facility for the duration of your time at the facility.  7.  Visits may be supervised in an effort to ensure that appropriate infection control practices are followed (see reverse). 8.  Visitors must wear a face mask, or face covering at all times, except as identified below (see #9). 9.  When the resident and ALL visitors are fully vaccinated*, you can choose to have close contact (including touch) and NOT wear a mask during visit. 10.  When either the resident or any visitors are NOT fully vaccinated*, the resident and visitor must wear a mask continuously during the visit.  If the resident is fully vaccinated*, the resident can choose to have close contact (including touch) while both continue to wear well-fitting masks. 11.  You must remain at least 6 feet away from staff or other residents. 12.  You must practice hand hygiene before and after your visit. 13.  Visitors must only engage with their loved one, not other residents or staff. 14.  You may not visit any loved one while that individual is in isolation or quarantine due to known or suspected COVID-19 infection or exposure. 15.  Visitation may be suspended in cases of identified COVID-19 infections in facility and resumed as soon as practicable. The facility has the right to end any visit, should you not adhere to these guidelines. Visitation Risks Residents and visitors should be aware that as a congregate living facility, there are risks associated with participating in visitations, even if the resident and visitors are fully vaccinated.  Outdoor visitations are preferred since they pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow.  Residents and visitors should practice the Core Principles of Infection Control identified on this handout.   Core Principles of COVID-19 Infection Prevention Vaccination for COVID-19 has been shown to be highly effective. Screening all who enter the facility for signs and symptoms of COVID-19, including temperature checks, and denial of entry of those with signs or symptoms or those who have had close contact with someone with COVID-19 infection in the prior 14 days (regardless of the visitor’s vaccination status). o  All visitors must notify the facility if they develop symptoms of COVID-19 within 3 days following the visit. Perform hand hygiene with the use of alcohol-based hand rub, which is preferred to soap and water, unless hands are visibly soiled. Require face covering or mask (covering mouth and nose), in accordance with CDC guidance and FDA guidance. Employ physical distancing of at least 6 feet between persons, in accordance with CDC guidance. Instructional signage throughout the facility and proper visitor education on COVID-19 signs and symptoms, infection control precautions, and other applicable facility practices (use of masks, specified entries, exits and routes to designated areas, hand hygiene). Cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces in the facility often, and designated visitation areas after each visit. Ensuring appropriate staff use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Effective cohorting of residents (e.g., separate areas dedicated to COVID-19). Resident and staff testing conducted as required. *Fully vaccinated refers to a person who is greater than or equal to 2 weeks following receipt of the second dose in a 2 dose series or greater than or equal to 2 weeks following receipt of one dose of a single-dose vaccine, per the CDC’s Public Health Recommendations for Vaccinated Persons. The facility has the right to end any visit, should you not adhere to these guidelines.  The facility has the right to cancel visits due to inclement weather.
* Services May Be Temporally Suspended 

SAFETY OF OUR RESIDENTS

AND STAFF

Resident and staff safety has and continues to be our num- ber one priority since the beginning of the COVID-19 Pan- demic. We will continue to follow the guidelines put in place by state, federal and local health agen- cies. Your support has been greatly appreciated.  We will not stop until COVID-19 is eradicated.

INTERACTING WITH LOVED

ONES

VISITATION POLICY FACTS

The facility has the right to end any visit, should you not adhere to these guidelines. 2021
YOUR LOVED ONE(s) IS OUR #1 PRIORITY!

We continue to actively monitor state and local  levels of COVID-19

and adjust our policies and procedures in accordance with IDPH and

CDC rules and regulations.

Our latest information on our efforts can be found here and our

Facebook page.

Please watch our Facebook page to see which PHASE we are currently Phase can change at anytime without prior notice. Always call to confirm prior to travel

Follow our        

page

VIDEO CALLS Scheduled video calls are available on multiple platforms. OUTDOOR VISITS*  Scheduled outdoor visits are available. COVID screening and MASKS required. PHONE CALLS Phone calls are always welcome and window visits if windows are available.
Visitation Policy* We are committed to your loved one’s safety.  Outdoor visits, weather permitting, are preferred, and will be prioritized.  We ask that you adhere to the following guidelines while visiting with your loved one: 1.  Visitation will be allowed by appointment only.  Start and end times will be designated for each visit, along with a location. 2.  Limits may be placed on the number of visitations per week or per day for each individual, based on availability. 3.  In order to maintain appropriate social distancing, visitation may be limited to number of visitors at a time per resident.   4.  You will be screened, in person, upon arrival, including temperature check. 5.  If you develop symptoms of COVID-19 within 3 days following your visit, you must notify the facility. 6.  You will be restricted to the designated location within the facility for the duration of your time at the facility.  7.  Visits may be supervised in an effort to ensure that appropriate infection control practices are followed (see reverse). 8.  Visitors must wear a face mask, or face covering at all times, except as identified below (see #9). 9.  When the resident and ALL visitors are fully vaccinated*, you can choose to have close contact (including touch) and NOT wear a mask during visit. 10.  When either the resident or any visitors are NOT fully vaccinated*, the resident and visitor must wear a mask continuously during the visit.  If the resident is fully vaccinated*, the resident can choose to have close contact (including touch) while both continue to wear well-fitting masks. 11.  You must remain at least 6 feet away from staff or other residents. 12.  You must practice hand hygiene before and after your visit. 13.  Visitors must only engage with their loved one, not other residents or staff. 14.  You may not visit any loved one while that individual is in isolation or quarantine due to known or suspected COVID-19 infection or exposure. 15.  Visitation may be suspended in cases of identified COVID-19 infections in facility and resumed as soon as practicable. The facility has the right to end any visit, should you not adhere to these guidelines. Visitation Risks Residents and visitors should be aware that as a congregate living facility, there are risks associated with participating in visitations, even if the resident and visitors are fully vaccinated.  Outdoor visitations are preferred since they pose a lower risk of transmission due to increased space and airflow.  Residents and visitors should practice the Core Principles of Infection Control identified on this handout.   Core Principles of COVID- 19 Infection Prevention Vaccination for COVID-19 has been shown to be highly effective. Screening all who enter the facility for signs and symptoms of COVID- 19, including temperature checks, and denial of entry of those with signs or symptoms or those who have had close contact with someone with COVID-19 infection in the prior 14 days (regardless of the visitor’s vaccination status). o  All visitors must notify the facility if they develop symptoms of COVID-19 within 3 days following the visit. Perform hand hygiene with the use of alcohol-based hand rub, which is preferred to soap and water, unless hands are visibly soiled. Require face covering or mask (covering mouth and nose), in accordance with CDC guidance and FDA guidance. Employ physical distancing of at least 6 feet between persons, in accordance with CDC guidance. Instructional signage throughout the facility and proper visitor education on COVID-19 signs and symptoms, infection control precautions, and other applicable facility practices (use of masks, specified entries, exits and routes to designated areas, hand hygiene). Cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces in the facility often, and designated visitation areas after each visit. Ensuring appropriate staff use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Effective cohorting  of residents (e.g., separate areas dedicated to COVID-19). Resident and staff  testing conducted as required. *Fully vaccinated refers to a person who is greater than or equal to 2 weeks following receipt of the second dose in a 2 dose series or greater than or equal to 2 weeks following receipt of one dose of a single-dose vaccine, per the CDC’s Public Health Recommendations for Vaccinated Persons. The facility has the right to end any visit, should you not adhere to these guidelines.  The facility has the right to cancel visits due to inclement weather.
* Services May Be Temporally Suspended