Coronavirus Information and Precautions
We are currently creating plans to thoughtfully and carefully begin the process of getting to a post COVID-19 “normal”.
This process is anything but easy. While some states may be reopening businesses, schools, and recreational opportunities based upon geography, community spread, and trends, multi-level retirement communities like ours (with Independent Living, Licensed Personal Care and Skilled Nursing), will have a different reopening schedule because we care for older adults who are most vulnerable to COVID-19.
Throughout this process we will continue to follow and maintain compliance with all CDC guidelines as well as mandates for all State and Local departments while balancing resident social engagement with quality of life. The health, well-being of our residents and staff remain our top priority.
- Meals – We are still delivering all meals to the resident apartments.
- Activities among the residents are being held, residents must wear a mask and maintain social distancing. The Activity schedule is provided monthly and distributed among the residents.
- Assisted Living – we are encouraging one on one visits with family members. Everyone must wear masks, and maintain social distancing but families are welcome. Visitation is being coordinated by appointment only. Contact the facility at 812-282-9691.
- Skilled Nursing – we encourage one on one visits with family members – by appointment only. Please call 812-282-5911 to arrange.
- Facetime, Skype and Google Duo – are always possible – please call 812-282-9691 extension 113 if you would like a video visit with your loved one.
The health and well-being of our residents, family members, and staff is of the utmost importance to us. For this reason, we are closely monitoring coronavirus (COVID-19) spread and following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). In addition to our prevention measures, we are also actively preparing our communities to provide care and support for our residents and team members for an extended period of time should a quarantine become necessary.
Many standard infection control and safety protocols are already in place as a part of our standard flu prevention plan. However, because of the risks associated with COVID-19, we are proceeding with an abundance of caution to protect our communities.
Links to CDC resource pages:
- 2019 Novel Coronavirus Situation Summary
- What you need to know about 2019 Novel Coronavirus Fact Sheet
- What to do if you are sick with 2019 Novel Coronavirus Fact Sheet
- Prevention & Treatment
Link to state health department page: