Stanford Seniors Village Community Update February 25 2021
To Our Extended Family,
There continues to be no signs or symptoms of COVID-19 in any of our residents/tenants or staff here at Stanford Seniors Village, and for that we are very grateful. Should the status of our Community change in any respect, please know that we will immediately contact families.
We are happy to say that the staff at Stanford Seniors Village have started to receive their second dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
For our Residents and tenants the vaccination clinic will be coming back to Stanford Seniors Village on March 2nd to give the second dose of the Moderna Vaccine. For new residents joining us who haven’t yet received the first COVID vaccination, they will be scheduled to receive their first dose in the upcoming clinic.
We would like to thank those of you who have had a chance to visit loved ones, for following our protocols to help maintain everyone’s safety. These protocols are set forth by the health authorities and we must adhere to them or visitations can be cancelled.
As a reminder:
To schedule a visit with your loved one in care, please contact the Reception desk at
250-951-0811 x 0 between 9:00am – 4:30pm, Monday to Friday.
For Independent and Assisted Living residents, please contact Natalie at 250-951-0811 x 1101.
Social visits will be limited to a single designated visitor per resident, and must be booked in advance.
The visitation process, please note the key requirements:
If you have any questions or concerns about the visitation process please call Nina Romanow, Therapeutic Recreation Manager at 250-951-0811 x 1111, Jodi Campbell, Director of Care at 250-951-0811 x 1113 or Rachel Tranberg, Community Relations at 250-951-0811 x 1155.
Window visits are continuing. For families that do not carry a mobile phone we can provide a portable phone for you. Anyone wishing to book a window visit with their loved one please contact the Reception desk between 9:00am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday at 250-951-0811 x 0.
We continue to encourage family members and other loved ones to connect with residents via telephone, FACETIME or SKYPE. To inquire about facetime/skype or phone calls, please contact email@example.com.
February is Therapeutic Recreation Month!
Recreation Therapy programs improve quality of life on a physical, emotional and social level. Activities may include arts and crafts, music, dance, sports, theatre and games. The goal of these activities is to help our seniors enhance their ability to socialize, stay active and partake in fun activities that increase their enjoyment.
Advantages of Recreation Therapy
A big Thank you to our recreation department for everything you do and all the amazing programs you provide for our residents.
Mask use by tenants in common areas:
We have kindly asked our tenants living in Independent Living and Assited Living to wear a mask in areas of the community that are shared and where they are unable to maintain a 6 feet distance. If a tenant doesn’t have a mask they are able to pick up a mask daily at the sign out book on the 1st floor.
Dropping items off
All deliveries will be received at the front desk between 7:00am – 5:00pm. This includes groceries, medications, and gifts. All items will be sanitized and delivered directly to the resident’s suites.
We would ask that families please follow these guidelines to ensure your parent or loved one to get their deliveries in a timely manner:
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:
A big thank you to everyone for working so hard to keep Stanford safe and healthy, as well as for the kindness, understanding and support that has been shown.
A little joke to help brighten the day!
How do you catch a squirrel?
Climb a tree and act like a nut!
The Stanford Seniors Village Team