June 25, 2020

We continue to have no cases of the virus in our building.  We are encouraging window and virtual visits as visitor restrictions are still in place. Social distancing and masks are still enforced for window visits. As we continue to get guidance from the regulatory agencies, we will be communicating that information to employees, residents and families. As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact Ashley Appenzellar or Rachel Giron.

June 15, 2020

We continue to be virus free in the facility. We continue to ask for your patience and understanding during this time. We understand as of Friday our county moved to green. Unfortunately, as a Personal Care Home, we are regulated by Department of Human Services and follow the guidelines of Department of Health. We continue to follow all of the same guidelines with visiting and appointments. We are still offering window visits, virtual visits and phone calls. We have not been given any guidance for outdoor visiting or social distancing visits. We continue to encourage virtual appointments if able. As always, please feel free to contact the facility with any questions or concerns you may have.

May 28, 2020

We continue to have no reports of virus in the building. We continue to make weekly family calls, for any updates, concerns or just to check in. We are continuing to follow all the policies we have been in the previous weeks. We are still following the guidance of Department of Human Services and Department of Health for reopening and visitation guidelines. Thank you for your understanding during this time.
May 21, 2020

We continue to following CDC and Department of Health guidelines as York County moves into the yellow phase. Our day to day procedures and policies will continue as they have been in the last few weeks. Staff and resident's are being screened daily, wearing their masks and practicing safe social distancing. While visiting for a window visit, we ask that everyone follows our guidelines. All visits must be at the front windows, not the individual resident windows or back patio. All visitors must wear their mask and practice 6 feet social distancing. Please limit groups to no more than five people at a time. We have now installed plexiglass on the windows to ensure safe visits. We are still only scheduling emergency appointments only. We are still case free. Thank you for your support and understanding during this difficult time.

May 6, 2020 Weekly Update

We continue to have no known positive cases in the facility. We continue to follow all the guidelines we have been for the past several weeks. The newest policy we started was handling packages and outside food. We continue to isolate all items being delivered to facility for 24 hours. When dropping off items please make sure they are marked with their name on them. If you are dropping off medication or items that need refrigerated please communicate that with us so we can make sure they are cared for properly. We appreciate all the encouraging words and appreciation during this time. We will continue to make updates here and as well as weekly calls. As always if you have any questions or concerns please contact the facility.

April 27, 2020

As of this morning, there are no known positive cases in our facility. We continue to follow the guidance from CDC, Department of  Health and Department of Human Services as well as our Home Office.  We are monitoring our residents for any signs or symptoms as well as vital signs. Staff continue to be screened at the beginning of their shift and the end of it. They are aware if they become ill during their shift to alert us to be screened again. No staff are allowed to work while sick. Everyone in the building is required to wear a mask during their shift and we are asking residents when they come out of their room to wear one as well to protect everyone. We also continue to serve meals in residents room and provide one on one activities. The management team here will begin making weekly calls to families to provide updates and answer questions as well. We are also isolating items being delivered to the building for 24 hours and disinfecting them. Please continue to check back for upd…

April 18, 2020

Deliveries as of 4/16/2020
We have received guidance regarding how long the virus is believed to remain on surfaces such as paper, cardboard, mail, etc... As an added precaution, any mail or packages that are brought in to the facility will be isolated for 24 hours before being sent to the resident.  Laundry and clothing will also be isolated for 24 hours prior to being distributed to the resident.