I could see that Heritage Lane is staffed from end to end with people that did a specific thing as opposed to one staff member who is responsible for a whole gamut of things.Rolly (Family Member)
The President just declared a National Emergency over the coronavirus pandemic. Schools have closed until April. Restaurants and other public spaces have closed down. You are likely confused and scared at a time like this – especially if you have a loved one in assisted living. Whether a senior, older adult or young person with behavioral challenges, the fact is, they have to be protected from this virus perhaps more than any other segment of the population.
From limiting visitation to practicing good hand washing techniques, here’s how you can lower your loved one’s risk for contracting COVID-19.
There are things family, friends and neighbors of older adults can do for their senior or other loved one who is isolated at home.
It takes diligence, patience and forethought to ensure everyone’s safety during this pandemic. All of the caregivers here at Heritage Lane Behavioral Assisted Living are taking necessary precautions to protect themselves and the residents they care for.
To learn more about what we’re doing to keep residents safe, contact us at 480-999-0511.