COVID-19 5/4/20 Update

May 4, 2020

Residents and Families:

We want to reiterate our thanks for all of your support and continuing patience as we work through this crisis.

This update will focus on some positive things that have happened in the past week.  We are happy to announce there have been no new positive cases for resident or for employees.  For those residents diagnosed as COVID positive that remain in our care, none have shown any negative health related signs or symptoms of the virus. Read more

COVID-19 4/27/20 Update

April 27, 2020

Residents and Families:

In our previous update, we let you know that we had learned that we had additional residents after retesting who had now tested positive for COVID-19.  At the time of our last update, all of those that had tested positive were either asymptomatic or displaying only mild symptoms.  Unfortunately, there have been some changes in the last week. Read more

COVID-19 4/13/20 Update

April 13, 2020


Residents, Families and Partners,


At Rose Court Assisted Living and Memory Care, we want to keep you up-to-date and informed, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

Employee diagnosed positive with COVID-19

April 7, 2020


Residents, Families and Partners,


At Rose Court Assisted Living and Memory Care, we’re committed to keeping you up-to-date and informed, especially during the turbulent times caused by COVID-19.

We are writing to inform you that one of our employees has been diagnosed positive with COVID-19.  The employee first showed symptoms on April 6, was tested the same day, and has been quarantined at home since that time. The employee’s test results came back positive today. Read more

Information Regarding Visitation

Dear Residents, Family and Friends:

On March 14, 2020, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services advised of a nationwide restriction on visitation for certain health facilities, due to the coronavirus. Though these restrictions were drafted for skilled nursing facilities, they address risks similar to those posed to other senior living communities. CMS has directed that only health care workers or end-of life visitors be allowed to visit the community during this time. Until further notice, we will follow this direction, and will not permit non-essential visitors. We continue to encourage virtual visitation by phone, FaceTime, Skype, etc. It is important for you to remain connected with your loved one, and we will be happy to work with you to accomplish this in the absence of an in-person visit. Read more