Angels Senior Living is staying proactive during the COVID-19 pandemic, and is committed to protecting our residents, families, and staff. Our communities continue to adhere to best practices recommended to us by the Centers for Disease Control, Florida Governor, and Florida Surgeon General, and we appreciate your support during this time.
At this time, all non-essential staff, family members, vendors, and other visitors to our communities will be refused entry. We understand the stress this puts on families, especially during a situation like this. Please reach out to your community if you need any assistance with arrangements for FaceTime, Skype, Facebook Messenger, etc.
We will keep you regularly updated about the well-being of your loved ones and we appreciate you doing your part to eliminate the spread of COVID-19 by observing CDC-recommended practices, like social distancing, regular hand washing, sanitizing surfaces, and more.
Below, please find a list of resources on stopping the spread of COVID-19 and what Angels Senior Living is doing to protect our residents and their families, as well as a letter from Robert Bennett, our COO.
Angels Senior Living Update on COVID-19
Strategies to Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
What to do if you are sick with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Letter from Robert Bennett Wishing You a Blessed Good Friday During These Difficult Times
To Our Residents, Family Members, and Visitors,
Today is Good Friday, and marks roughly one month since the state’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak began. Since then, we’ve watched the outbreak bring our country together, closer to our faith, and to our own communities. Angels Senior Living is grateful that our residents, families, and staff have worked together to keep our communities free from COVID-19 in the last month.
Last Wednesday, the governor issued a stay-at-home order for the entire state. That order went into effect the next day and lasts until April 30th. During that time, visitation to our communities will remain suspended. We’ll keep a close eye on orders from the governor along with guidance from the CDC and Department of Health to determine when we can open our communities up again to our families, vendors, and visitors. We appreciate you understanding.
Our staff are hard at work keeping your loved ones safe. Each of them has agreed to socially distance themselves, and we’ve provided them with protective equipment like masks and gloves. Each team member also receives infection control and universal precautions training, and we check in each day to make sure our communities have the supplies they need.
During this difficult time, it’s more important than ever that our residents feel connected to the world and to one another. Please continue to reach out to your loved ones through FaceTime, Skype, Facebook, or by calling our communities. I want you to perform “window visits” with mom and dad if your community can accommodate, drop off care packages, and stay in touch with them as we all get through this together.
You can find updates about COVID-19 and our Angels communities any time on our website, AngelsSeniorLiving.com. Please keep our staff and your loved ones in your prayers. Thank you and have a blessed Good Friday.
Robert S. Bennett
Chief Operating Officer
Angels Senior Living