Rose Senior Living continues its focus on the health and safety of those we serve and our team members. We know that COVID-19 most dramatically impacts older adults—the people we serve. The risk increases at age 60, with the highest incidence of risk at age 80 and above.
We have had an interdisciplinary Health Safety Team working full time since late February to lead our ongoing safety measures, as we continue to learn more about this virus. And we continue to actively follow infection control protocols and other guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and our local and state health agencies.
As the number of COVID-19 cases continue to grow in our surrounding communities and across the nation, we are prepared to safely care for residents on COVID precautions. We have implemented numerous safety protocols in our own communities to reduce the occurrence and transmission of the virus.
We are committed to transparent and timely reporting of any occurrences of the virus to our residents, family members, and team members, and to our state and federal health agencies.
Together, we will combat COVID-19.
As the economy begins to re-open, our safety protocols will remain vigilant, to protect those we serve. We realize that connectedness is vitally important to the joyful work we’re honored to do every day. We’re thankful to our dedicated and trained caregivers and we’re finding new ways to help those we serve connect with family and friends.