Thinking about moving into one of our communities or taking advantage of our in-home services? You’ll be happy to know we’re checking our “Ws” with our WearWashWatch initiative. These safety protocols follow CDC guidelines and are designed to protect our residents, families, employees, and patients. So add peace of mind to the many benefits of living in our vibrant, caring communities or inviting us into your home. Here are the steps we’re taking to keep you safe.
We love smiles! But in the interest of safety, we’re requiring our employees to wear a mask that covers their mouth and nose both in the facilities – and in your home. We’re also asking residents to mask up around others.
We’re soaping up at all times! We’ve put hand-washing protocols in place for our employees and ask that our residents and in-home patients also follow these guidelines.
We’re a close-knit community, but we’re maintaining a distance of at least 6 feet to protect each other.
During this time, we’re requiring masking, washing and physical distancing – sincere efforts to keep everyone healthy.
Enjoy fixed costs, with maintenance and many amenities included.
We’re keeping our physical distance, but we’re still socializing with safe dining and other enriching activities.
Your emotional and spiritual well-being is important. We’ve been here for you at all times – helping you live your best life possible.
Call now to see our wonderful residential communities virtually or in person, and find out more about what Lutheran SeniorLife is doing to ensure all of our residents live the safest, most Abundant Life® possible.
Whether you’re recovering from surgery, dealing with a chronic health condition, or need some help at home, we can provide you the assistance you need to ensure you’re living your most Abundant Life®.
We are encouraging others to get vaccinated against COVID-19 when the shot becomes available to all.
The CDC states that correct mask usage can significantly reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Enter a phrase into the CDC’s search engine to get answers to frequently asked questions about COVID-19.