Dear Families and Loved Ones,
Government officials have begun to implement plans for re-opening state and local economies based on guidance from public health experts. While revised restrictions have been issued to certain business types, the mandates for senior living facilities remain unchanged.
Accordingly, we are prohibited from allowing visitation at the present time. We understand that this is a continued hardship on you and your loved ones, but we are committed to protecting this most vulnerable population as the country re-opens. We are also continuing all protocols to monitor residents and staff for symptoms of infection and prevent spread of the virus.
As always, the health and well-being of residents and staff is our top priority and we appreciate your cooperation in helping us manage this process. We will keep you informed of any updates from local officials that impact our precautions as we move forward.
If you have questions related to COVID-19, please visit us at: https://www.traditionsmgmt.net/hereforyou/ or email us at: email@example.com
You may be searching for a feeling of community with people who share your interests, someplace safe and comfortable with little to no home maintenance. You value your independence and want to stay active and connected in an upscale independent living community.
That may sound good, but you may also need a little extra support now or in the future keeping track of medications, doing laundry, errands, bathing or dressing. Assisted living provides the care you need, leaving everything else in your capable hands.
You might even be a concerned family member or friend who knows that Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia can have unexpected effects on your loved one. We see family and friend caregivers feeling frustrated, overwhelmed and in need of help. Memory care close to home can provide daily support for both your loved one and for you.
Rest assured we are here to make the transition into our community, now and in the years to come, a seamless and positive experience for you and your loved ones. We care about the needs of each and every resident on a personal level.
When Flo celebrated her 101st birthday with us, more than 100 friends, family members, residents and caregivers joined in. There was food from Chef John and his staff, decorations from Angie the Activities Director and her staff, dancing, and Lucy sang ‘Happy Birthday’ with the voice of an angel. Lucy happens to be blind, but that doesn’t stop her from sharing her talent and making others smile.