In our November newsletter you will find safety tips for a COVID-19 style Thanksgiving Dinner from our Corporate Head of Nursing, Deborah Denham. You’ll find a delicious No-Bake Cookie recipe. A fabulous referral program to bring new residents into our great community. You will also see some of the fun things that happened in October.
Here’s to a Healthy and Happy Thanksgiving!
In this month’s Cambridge Caller, you’ll find some great facts about October from Rick Banas. Nurse, Meghann Giarraputo, will give you the lowdown on fighting the flu. You will also find some photos of the fun we had last month and a list of some of the fun we plan for this month. Click to read more.
In our September newsletter we have some inspirational words from our CEO, Rod Burkett. There are some fascinating facts about the month of September. We have a reminder of how to safely socialize by Deborah Denham, R.N. In local news you will find some of games and events we have been attending from our apartments. Just because we are confined doesn’t mean we aren’t having some fun and silliness! Click on the picture to read more!
Our July newsletter is full of helpful information about the proper use of facemasks, a great recipe for microwave baked potato, and some interesting July history. It is also full of hope for a better tomorrow. Click the image to read more.
In this month’s Cambridge Caller, you will find our CEO, Rod Burkett, discuss the dilemma that our state and federal leaders face as we attempt to reopen the country. We also have some words on slowly reopening our community. We have an article on proper hand washing which is always important. And there are some pictures of parties and events “COVID-19 Style”, door to door. Click the image to read more.
In our May newsletter, you will find that despite the COVID-19 Virus, our management company, Gardant, is still growing with four new communities in Indiana. Speaking of the virus, on our Wellness page, you will find all the symptoms and when to seek medical help. Finally, with the virus turning our lives upside down, you will see how things look so different with everyone in masks and the hallways nearly empty except for the staff making special deliveries. Click the image to read more.
As of 4-16-20, we do not have any confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our building. Click to read more.
As we continue to learn more about the COVID-19 outbreak and how quickly it can spread, we have taken a number of precautions to keep residents safe. We have been and continue to be highly proactive in taking steps to help ensure the health and welfare of all residents and limiting possible exposure to COVID-19 or other viruses.
This month’s newsletter features information about the COVID-19 virus. You’ll also see pictures of how we are keeping our residents engaged. Click the photo to read more.
As we learn more about COVID-19 and the impact it has on older adults, we are taking a proactive approach to keeping our community safe. New precautions include self-isolation for residents, canceling all activities and group dining and restrictions on visitors and any residents who leave our building. Read more about what we are doing to keep residents safe and how you can help.