Stanford Seniors Village Community Update, May 19 2020
We hope you are all staying safe and healthy and had a lovely long weekend.
We want to thank everyone who has been so generous and thoughtful with bringing gifts, making masks, and bringing yummy food for the staff. The staff are so appreciative of you and your support.
Thank you to our local Mulberry Bush book store for donating some amazing books to our residents. I know this brought a big smile to many and we are so grateful.
A gentle reminder that although some restrictions have begun to relax, we are still following the direction of our provincial Health Officer, Bonnie Henry, and our no visitor policy remains in place. We understand your eagerness to come and visit your loved ones but at this time our no visitor policy remains the same. Thank you for understanding during this difficult period of time.
We are happy to report that NO RESIDENTS are presenting COVID-19 signs or symptoms at Stanford Seniors Village. Should the status of this community change in any respect, please know that we will immediately contact families.
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We are following the direction of our public health officials to the letter, 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:
Our recreation staff are continuing to have social interactions on a one to one basis with residents. This includes a variety of crafts, word games and memory puzzles, facetime and skype calls with loved ones. If you would like to facetime or skype your loved one, please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our recreation team will do their best to fulfill everyone’s request as often as time permits. We appreciate your understanding to limit the calls to 15 -30 minutes.
For Independent Living and Assisted Living please email your facetime and skype call requests to email@example.com and we will be happy to confirm a date and time to connect you with your loved one.
This week we had our first exercise class in Independent Living/ Assisted Living with a max of 5 residents per group. Residents will be required to sign up for exercise class in advance and will be pre-screened prior to the class starting. Physical distancing and sanitization are in place during this program.
Independent Living and Assisted Living Dining Room
The dining room still remains closed at this time. The hot cart delivery service to the resident doors is working really well, lunch delivery starts at approximately 11:45 and Dinner at 4:45.
The Activity Wagon has been well received. On the wagon residents found a variety of crafts, word games, memory puzzles, magazines, books, stationary and cards and paint by number. Residents were able to choose a craft of their choice. The Activity Wagon will be going around once a week.
All deliveries will be received at the front desk between 7:00am – 5:00pm. This includes groceries, medications, gifts. All will be sanitized and delivered directly to the resident’s suites.
Dropping items off: 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 you share.
We want you to know how much we appreciate your kind words, all of which are shared with the entire Stanford Team.
The Stanford Seniors Village Team