Phased Reopening

Consider The Risks

Changes to Deliveries

  • Beginning Monday, June 22nd– deliveries may return to normal operations. 
  • Working on putting up new plexiglass at the ClockTower desk for Vern to return.
  • Please remember that it is recommended to wash down packaging and to wash your hands after touching.
  • Touchless delivery is the best!

Changes to Transportation Services

  • Beginning Tuesday, June 23rd, transportation to medical appointments will resume.
  • Please schedule your appointments in advance.
  • Masks must be worn at all times.
  • Use hand sanitizer if possible.
  • Vehicles will be disinfected in between riders. 
  • Transportation to other areas is still paused at this time.

Pickle Ball

  • Thank you to Barbara Anderson and fellow pickle ball players!
  • Pickle Ball will return with Dr. Hennawi’s recommendation for playing. 
  • Please see the Courier for more information.

Resident to Resident Visitations

  • Outdoor visitations are the lowest risk and most recommended way for residents to interact with each other. 
  • If residents wish to invite other residents in doors within their homes, it is recommended that residents have no more than 2 resident guests indoors at a time.
  • In theory, it would be good if you brought your own items (drinking glasses, etc.) but we know this isn’t realistic. 
  • If you are indoors, all residents should wear a mask and practice 6 feet distancing. 

Off Campus Engagements

  • No security passes required.
  • Curbside pick up is the lowest risk.
  • Know what the restriction and what stage of reopening are in each county (https://governor.maryland.gov/recovery/)
  • Masks must be worn inside all buildings.
  • Factors that raise your risk: enclosed spaces, crowds, close contact with others, and difficulty social distancing.
  • Maintain a journal of where you have been and who you’ve had contact with.

For More Information…

On Campus Visitors- Independent Living

  • Most CCRCs in Maryland have not reopened to visitors on campus yet. 
  • Because  we are out of the outbreak phase of the virus, we are working on a plan and logistics to begin allowing visitors for Independent Living back on to campus. 
  • We  will have an update on next week’s 972 announcement as to when this will begin but we believe this will be very soon!!
  • What we do know:
    • Visits will be for outdoor visits only.
    • No more than 2 visitors per resident.
    • Residents and visitors would need to both wear a mask and maintain 6 feet distance at all times.

On Campus Visitors- Creighton Center

  • Maryland Department of Health has lifted restrictions on Assisted Living Facilities outdoor visitations- if no outbreaks.
  • We are working on a plan to begin visitations for Assisted Living very soon.
  • These visitations will occur outside, will be scheduled, both resident and visitor must wear a mask and maintain 6 feet distance at all times. 
  • Maryland Department of Health has not lifted restrictions on visitation for Skilled Nursing Facilities (Our Chesapeake and Shenandoah neighborhoods).

Ambassador Program

  • This program is concluding this week.   
  • During the last 12 weeks, 10 team members provided support and check-in calls/emails to over 303 households!
  • This was such a great show of teamwork, as we had volunteers from marketing, finance, human resources, facilities, administration, philanthropy and resident services participating.  
  • We wish you well and please reach out if you need anything!

Salon

  • Salon is now OPEN!
  • Call extension 2226 for an appointment
  • Hours:  Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesday from 9 AM to 3 PM
  • Due to Maryland Department of Health restrictions for Creighton Center, service is limited to Independent Living residents only
  • Only one resident per stylist at a time

Library Reopening

  • Thank you to Barbara Fairchild and all the library volunteers.
  • On June 23 the library with reopen.
  • Similar to the Country Store carry out service. Residents will not be able to enter the library. 
  • Call extension 7521 by 8pm to request books.
  • Look for more information in the Courier. 

Culinary Reopening

Carryout Meal Service in the Main Dining Room

  • All residents must wear a mask for the safety of others residents and staff.
  • If residents refuse to wear a mask, we ask that you stay home and call x2135 for delivery
  • Please use the hand sanitizer on the wall in the Ivy Bar 
  • Please use floor markers to keep 6 feet apart at all times
  • All cottage residents: please use the marketing entrance instead of the clocktower entrance to get in line for the dining room

Sunday Brunch in the Main Dining Room

  • 1st Floor, 2nd Floor, 3rd Floor, 1000’s, 1100’s and 1200’s will be able to pick up their brunch between 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.
    • 2000’s, 2100’s, 2200’s, 3000’s, 3100’s, 4000’s, 4100’s, 4200’s, 5000’s and 5100’s will be able to pick up their brunch between 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
    • Residents will choose either the breakfast menu or the daily menu once they get to the buffet.

Outdoor Dining in the Courtyard

  • Beginning Thursday June 18th, 2020, we will begin offering outdoor dining in the courtyard (weather permitting).
  • Residents can reserve tables in the courtyard to dine during their assigned meal period.  The reservation will last the duration of that meal period and not to conflict with another. 
  • To reserve a table during your meal service, please call extension 2135.  A team member will call you back to confirm your reservation or suggest an alternate date.  
  • Residents are asked to keep their masks on until they have exited the main dining room doors and are not required to wear a mask when seated at the table and enjoying their meals. 
  • There will be no wait service provided, however team members will be available to disinfect tables in between use and bus tables as needed. All team members will be wearing a mask during this task. Tables have been set up 6 feet apart and seating at each table will be limited to 6 persons.
  • We will have sanitation stations available for residents that want to be able to disinfect and bus their own tables

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