Hello everyone, November 10, 2020
As we continue through each phase of the pandemic we grow and learn from each other. We are working together as a team to ensure we follow safe protocols for visitation and Recreation. We want to reassure you that we continue preparations and planning in the event of a Covid outbreak within our community at Nanaimo Seniors Village. Our team has worked hard making sure we have adequate PPE supplies, and that our team members are trained on usage and best practises.
Our goal is to ensure everyone’s safety. We are mindful of the growing numbers of positive Covid case across the different Health Authorities. The NSV team is keeping well informed of Island Health Safety Protocols to ensure the safety of your loved ones. We have a dedicated team of workers and managers from all departments.
For Remembrance Day this year:
Pins, posters, and newspapers will be made available throughout the NSV Community. Our Recreation Department has been in contact with local elementary school and students will be making cards and letters of thanks for our Veterans.
LTC: On November 10th will be having a Remembrance days tea at 2:00pm, D2 dining and D1 dining area with nicely decorated tables, scones with strawberry cream cheese, acknowledging our veterans.
Assisted Living: November 11th Pancake Breakfast in the morning. The Remembrance Day Ceremony will be live streamed on TV, with a Veterans Social in the evening.
Independent Living: November 11th Pancake Breakfast will run from 9:00AM-11:00AM open for Residents – while having the Remembrance Day Ceremony will be live streamed on the TV in the Bistro.
On Remembrance Day – at 11:11 am a moment of silence. At 3:00 we will have a Veterans Social. Residents will be doing a 50/50 draw at the social, with 50% of the proceeds being donated to the legion.
Parking is available in the rear of the building. Please see the attached diagram with the green arrows for ways to access the front enterance.
As a reminder, smoking is not permitted anywhere on the NSV property.
If you are the Designated Visitor for anyone in Long Term Care:
****After your visit you will exit the LTC facility by entering 1199#
For family wanting to visit loved ones in the Assisted Living please contact Reception A/L 250-760-2321.
Visits are be set up for one designated family member at a time following this process:
There will be no changes for families wanting to visit loved ones in Palliative Care.
Concerns can be sent directly to the General Manager who will assist you with resolution. firstname.lastname@example.org