In this month’s newsletter you will read about the new outlook Rod Burkett has on “a New Day.” You will also find information about flu shots, and a very yummy apple crisp recipe. There is also a little blurb from our own administrator Jodi about National Assisted Living Week and a little about COVID19. Hope you enjoy the word search. Click the image to read more.
In the Cedar Grove Newsletter for September you will see an article from Rod Burkett, CEO talking about the pandemic. You will also find a recipe for Apple Chutney you may want to try! Please take time and read what our administrator Jodi Curry has to say and the fun photos from August. We can not wait to see what September hold for us! Click on the picture to read more!
In this newsletter, you will read about how tough COVID-19 has been on all of us from Rod Burkett, CEO. You will also find a delicious Peach Slaw recipe to try out. You will see photos from our residents during activities. Make sure you read what our administrator Jodi Curry has to say about “Do-Overs”… very interesting. Click to read more.
In this month’s newsletter, you will see a letter from the CEO, Rod Burkett talking a little about wearing a face mask in public. Then as you continue to read, you will see each section is about wearing the face mask properly and how it can reduce the spread of COVID-19.The recipe of the month is an easy one; it’s a microwave baked potato looks pretty yummy. Do not forget to check out what our Administrator Jodi Curry has to say. Click the image to read more.
In June’s Newsletter, you will see a message from Rod Burkett, CEO talking about slowly opening America back up and what the numbers are showing. June is Cataract Month, and Rick Banas shares some real important information. Under the Wellness and Lifestyle section, it explains when and how to wash your hands. Our own administrator Jodi Curry has a few words to say as well. Click the image to read more.
In this month’s newsletter, you will see a note from Rod Burkett talking about COVID-19 and its effects. There is a wellness section that provides information on COVID-19. There are also a few photos of fun activities.
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 contains helpful information regarding COVID-19 and also includes photos of how we are keeping our residents engaged during this time. Click the image 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.