COVID-19 9/4/20 Update

Some of you may be aware that Arizona is beginning to move forward to “reopen” our senior facilities to visitation, and our family members and residents understandably want to know when visitation will start and how it will occur. Given the continuing threat of the virus to our vulnerable residents, any reopening of a community to indoor visitation will depend on a variety of factors…

COVID-19 8/10/20 Update

As many of you are probably aware now, the virus progression seems to be unique to each individual with some with little to no symptoms, others have a longer recovery and still others needing a higher level of care. Our numbers of recovering, positives and negatives fluctuate on a regular basis, but we stay in contact with our families/POAs about any health or behavioral changes of residents, including the progress of those that were found to be positive for the virus.

COVID-19 7/14/20 Update

As you are aware from our past communications, our Community has been impacted by the significant surge in positive COVID-19 cases in Maricopa County. We have decided independently to ensure testing of our employees and residents. To date, about a 1/3 of our current staff and over 2/3 of our residents have been tested. Any staff that have tested positive are placed off duty, and we monitor them for eventual return-to-duty as per CDC and local health department guidelines. The majority of residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 are either asymptomatic, have fully recovered or are currently recovering from the virus. We have a few residents that have health issues that require a higher level of care that are currently being served outside of the Community, but we continue to monitor their recovery for eventual return to the Community. We remain in close contact with our local health department and the state assisted living regulatory officials, and we are implementing their guidance.  Our staff continue their diligent care to our residents, and we continue our efforts to mitigate and prevent viral spread.