June 14-2021 Family Message Update
You will have heard and seen one of our vendors around the building this week. They are placing 36 anchors on our buildings in order to facilitate window cleaning as well as window replacement. Joe is working with the team to ensure this is complete by July. This means sometime in July we will let you know when your area will be done.
Thank you again to all of you who have stepped up and volunteered your time to welcome our new residents! We have a few that have moved in already but wanted to update and let you know upcoming so far as well! I am including everyone since March!
448AL – Emily – moved in March 19
240AL – Ron – moved in March
603 – Jean & John – moved in March – Jean plays a lovely piano you may have heard her in the Garden Lounge!
431AL – Raine – loves to get involved in all the exercises and games! Her son Mathieu has been a longtime supporter of the Wellesley through our business group that used to meet in the Magnolia room
608 – Jose – she is back! She moved in April
243AL – Joe – he moved in April
703 –Lorrie – please say hi when you see him!
248AL – Charlie – moved in end of May
444AL – Anne – an amazing seniors advocate and we can’t wait to have her end of June
449AL – Rollie – some of you met him today when he signed his papers!
529T – Dianne – is coming from Comox with her little dog J she is moving in Jun 24
713 – Viola – happens to be sisters with Mavis!!! They look like twins!!!
304IL – Enid – is so excited to be a part of our community end of June!
443AL – Theo will be moving in July
447AL – Judy will also be moving in July
A gentle reminder please and thank you. ALL visits must be scheduled through our dedicated email. Please do not email on the same day for a visit. The email is being monitored daily in the morning and in the evening. Please do not call the front desk to arrange a visit. We are doing our very best to accommodate everyone’s requests, but please know we do this to keep everyone safe. Please do not email on the same day or at the last minute unless it cannot be helped.
BC RE-START PLAN
60% of adult population with Dose 1
COVID-19 cases stable, hospitalizations stable
65% of adult population with Dose 1
Cases declining, COVID-19 hospitalizations declining
70% of adult population with Dose 1
Cases low, COVID-19 hospitalizations declining
More than 70% of adult population with Dose 1
Cases low and stable (contained clusters), COVID-19 hospitalizations low
VISITATION GUIDELINES – BOOKING APPOINTMENTS:
New visitation guidelines:
Please book your visits through the dedicated email below.
Please also book ahead of time. Please do not just show up without an appointment
MONTHLY Hearing Aide Pickups:
Please drop your hearing aids off at the front desk with Sheryl by Thursday morning a.m. so NEXGEN can pick them up and return same day. Any questions – please see Sabrina
Reminders for your loved-one to Stay Safe: Again, the following four points are so critical to discuss with your loved ones. Please help us by reminding each resident daily of the following four items:
Aside from the single site, we are following the direction of our public health officials and have full infection prevention and control precautions in place. Staff continue to monitor residents closely and are ensuring the following protocols are being adhered to:
Quadra Village Medical Centre – Dr. Behroozi has acquired some new residents and will continue to reach out to everyone individually who have expressed an interest in getting a new doctor. Right now he makes his rounds on Thursdays. Any inquiries please see Sharon in her office or by email email@example.com or by cell 250-514-5114.
Assisted Living ROOFTOP: Our constructions teams and our maintenance manager Joe will be in and out of the building in the coming months. Please know they are following all protocol. We are hopeful that our amazing rooftop will be completed soon but for now, the 5th floor is not accessible. If you have any questions in regards to this please let us know.
MOVE OUT Protocols: Please reach out to Sharon should you have any questions about removal of furniture/movers and how we go about doing this to ensure the residents remain safe. We have been arranging one move out per day when needed and trying to assist families with what will work within their schedule. Please know that in both buildings, we do not want to interrupt their meal times, so move out times are 9-11 am, 1:30-4 pm. Please arrange with me so that we can alert the residents and put signs up. firstname.lastname@example.org
Move Outs/Elevator in Main Building/AL Building: The 1st elevator is utilized for move outs, and is locked for move outs. There is a note placed on the elevator as well. For your convenience we have asked all move outs to happen during the hours of 9-11 am and 1:30-4 so as not to disturb during meal time. Please be respective of the movers as they are following all protocol to get in and out in a timely manner. For the Assisted Living Building, we want to ensure that we are not disrupting meal times, so the same times apply.
As per provincial guidelines, mask wearing in the common areas is not required by current residents. All staff and visitors will continue to wear a mask. If you can’t keep a socially distanced 6’ (as in an elevator) it would be advised to wear a mask. Please see below the guidelines:
Thank You, Team Wellesley