Welcome to the Weekly Waverly Update!

   April 5 – April 9  

General Managers Message:

Happy Spring to Everyone, we hope you all enjoyed your Easter Weekend and had an opportunity to come in and visit your family here at the Waverly.  I have seen some huge smiles from residents who have been able to get out and enjoy connecting again.

We had a family council meeting last Wednesday and answered your questions about the visitation guidelines and our facilities reopening-I believe we were able to respond all your questions.  Our visitations have gone smoothly to date.  The team will be discussing next steps soon.  Please provide us any feedback to make this work for us all.

 

I would like to introduce you to our new Support Services Manager-Maria Arambulo.  Maria comes to us with a wealth of knowledge and experience.  We look forward to the work she will be doing in the kitchen to support the team and ensure great meals are provided to our residents.

 

I also wanted to send a big thank you to Dr. Low and the Division of Family Practice.  They worked together to purchase 2 new I pads for the nursing team.  The nurses will use the I pads to facilitate physician visits via zoom, and ensure proper care is provided by providing a means for picture taking-no more borrowing my phone.

 

Recreation

We had a beautiful Easter at the Waverly this weekend.  Turkey dinner with all the trimmings was served on Easter Sunday.  The residents very much enjoyed this special day.  It was also a very happy time being the first weekend we are now welcoming families into our resident’s suites. We have our first bus shopping trip scheduled for next Tuesday.  I know the residents are very much excited for this!

Deliveries and Drop-offs:

All deliveries will continue to be received at the front desk and will be sanitized, bagged and we will call the tenants to come and pick up their items right away.  Please ensure you label all items with name and room number to ensure all packages are received as quickly as possible.

 

Reminders for your loved one to Stay Safe!

Please help us by reminding each resident daily of the following four items:

  1. Practice social/physical distancing (6 feet apart)
  2. Perform proper Hand Hygiene (Wash hands frequently for 20 seconds with the alcohol-based sanitizer or soap and hot water) 20 seconds or greater is so important.
  3. Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
  4. If exhibiting any symptoms (fever, cough and difficulty breathing) please alert staff immediately.

 

Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, And Stay Happy !