PEAK RESOURCES RESIDENTS/REPRESENTATIVES AND FAMILY MEMBERS
We know many of you are concerned about the spread of COVID-19 and how it may impact our Peak Resources’ facilities. Ensuring residents are cared for in a safe and healthy environment is our first priority. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) along with state and local health departments have recommended a variety of steps that we are implementing to help reduce the potential for the virus to enter our building and/or to prevent or reduce the risk of transmission.
- Screening all who enter the facility (including staff) for fever and other symptoms
- Exercising proper hand hygiene and cough/sneeze etiquette
- Hand hygiene products are available, such as alcohol-based hand sanitizer
- All who enter the facility are required to wear a well-fitting face mask over mouth and nose
- Residents may be required to wear a face covering if exiting their room for any reason, if able
- Residents may be required to cover their mouth and nose when staff enter the room
- Isolation units established for resident admissions and confirmed cases of COVID-19
- Unvaccinated residents admitted to the facility will be “quarantined” for up to 10 days to monitor for symptoms
- Residents are assessed at least daily to identify signs/symptoms of COVID-19
- Personal protective equipment (PPE) provided per guidelines
- Cleaning of facility, resident rooms, and equipment completed per CDC recommended guidelines
- Staff/resident training on infection control policies/procedures
- COVID vaccines are offered to residents and staff
RESIDENT/REPRESENTATIVE AND FAMILY NOTIFICATION:
The below will serve as our notification of the occurrences of:
- Resident/Staff Confirmed positive with COVID-19; OR
- Resident/Staff- 3 or more who have developed a new onset of respiratory symptoms within 72 hours of each other.
This information will be updated with any new occurrences or changes in number of cases.
Updated: May 23rd 2022 @ 12:46pm
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Effective November 12, 2021, CMS (Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services), issued new guidance for visitation in nursing homes. Visitation is now allowed for all residents at all times. The continued use of outdoor visits and technology to keep families connected as much as possible is highly encouraged, however, indoor visitation has been expanded for all residents and visitors.
Visitation may be conducted through different means based on the facility’s structure and residents’ needs, such as in resident rooms, dedicated visitation spaces, outdoors, and for circumstances beyond compassionate care situations. Regardless of how visits are conducted, there are certain core principles and best practices that reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. Visitors who are unable to adhere to the core principles of COVID-19 infection prevention will not be permitted to visit or should be asked to leave.
Visitors who have a positive viral test for COVID-19, symptoms of COVID-19, or currently meet the criteria for quarantine, should not enter the facility.