Angels Senior Living remains vigilant in protecting your loved ones in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. These measures are designed to ensure the safety of our residents and staff and reflect actions being taken across the country. 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. We continue to refuse entry to all non-essential staff, family members, vendors, and other visitors to our communities.
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 video from Robert Bennett, our COO, attached.
Angels Senior Living Update on Anticipating Future COVID-19 Restrictions
Strategies to Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
What to do if you are sick with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Speaker: Robert Bennett
At Angels Senior Living, our top priority is taking care of your loved ones. Hello. I’m Robert Bennett, I’m the Chief Operating Officer here at Angels Senior Living. COVID-19 is sweeping across our state, the nation, and the world. I’m proud to tell you that we have no cases in any of our twelve communities, from residents to staff, and we want to keep it that way.
On March 1st, our governor issued an order, and that order gave us guidelines on how to be proactive for COVID-19. We have trained our staff in how to effectively use universal precautions and infection control. We have the proper protective wear, and we’ve implemented social distancing for our residents, staff, and their families.
Lastly, and unfortunately, visitation has been suspended indefinitely. I know you’re going to have questions, concerns, but I want you to reach out to your loved one. I want you to reach out through FaceTime, through Skype, call here at the community. We still want you to be active with mom and dad. We’re doing the best we can to give them the best care possible and keep them safe. What you can do for us now is keep our staff and our residents in your prayers. Thank you.