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Why Memory Care Is Important

When dealing with dementia or Alzheimer's, memory care helps work out the brain. Angels Senior Living offers memory care services to aid in brain activity.
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Just like any other muscle, the brain should also be constantly strengthened to maintain a healthy lifestyle. For many Americans already battling the long-term effects of dementia and Alzheimer’s, taking care of the brain is both crucially important and in many cases, difficult.

Alzheimer’s disease accounts for 60 to 80 percent of dementia cases which significantly reduces a person’s ability to perform everyday tasks. Granted, there is no miracle cure for these diseases that have unfortunately touched so many lives and families, but there are ways to temporarily improve symptoms varying from memory loss to the inability to focus and pay attention.

Understanding Memory Care

The first step in understanding how to aid a loved one suffering from the symptoms of dementia is to find service in specifically designed fields called “memory care”. This field is crucial and dedicated to essentially “working out” the brain as if it were any other muscle.

Instead of lifting weights and running laps, residents at Angels Senior Living get the opportunity to interact in an enriching environment that will build their cognitive functions and reduce some temporary effects of symptoms.

Memory care is a long-term option that offers a person experiencing issues with their memory to maintain a level of independence but allows this person to have the safety and security of a quick response from professional staff.

Activities Aide in Memory Care

Some activities that memory care uses to assist in the quality of life for residents are often everyday tasks. Something as simple as washing the dishes and remembering to flip the cup over to ensure it dries fully, or calmly folding clothes while separating the lights from the darks, all play a significant role in exercising the mind.

Working to train the brain to be active again with these simple tasks can help to fight the symptoms of memory loss. The memory care that is offered at Angels Senior Living are incorporated into each resident’s life to ensure an independent, yet supervised quality of life.

This helps each resident control how they socialize, being able to participate in common mealtime spaces, and be a part of activities that get them up and outside for their enjoyment. Memory care is a stress free and functionally sound program that is designed to care for your loved ones.

The most important role that Angels Senior Living assumes is the ability to provide the proper care and the environment where that care can thrive. Many times someone battling the effects of dementia tends to get frustrated and confused by the symptoms ailing them. Our memory care programs ensure the therapeutic validation that is so often a vital deterrent of unnecessary stress.

For more information on our memory care programs and how we can accommodate those who need this service, call us at (877) 480-2244. You can also look for a memory care community using our tool if you’re ready to search.

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Visitation Policy

Visitation Guidelines in response to the “No Patient/Person Left Alone Act”
1. In-person visitation is allowed under the following circumstances, unless the resident objects:
a. A resident needs cueing or encouragement to eat or drink which was previously provided by a
family, friend, or private caregiver.
b. Resident is experiencing emotional distress or grieving the loss of a family or friend.
c. End-of-life
d. Resident was living with family, friend, or private caregiver before being admitted to the
community and is having a hard time adapting with the change in environment.

2. In order to meet infection control protocols, each visitor will follow a check-in and screening process:
a. Visitors will not be required to submit proof of any vaccination or immunization
b. Visitation may not occur if the visitor does not pass the community screening process
recommended by state or federal guidelines:
i. cough, fever or chills, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.

3. The community may require visitors to use a facemask or other personal protective equipment (PPE) as
required by local, state, or federal law.
4. Visitors must sanitize hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or by handwashing with soap and water
when entering the community. Angels Senior Living shall provide alcohol-based hand sanitizing solution
throughout the community.
5. It is recommended visitation occur in the resident’s room or outside where all parties can practice social
distancing. In addition, residents and visitors shall wash their hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
before and after visitation.
6. The community shall provide visitation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The size of the building
and the physical space should be taken into consideration when considering the number of visitors per
resident. There is no limit to the length of visitation however the visitation hours and the number of
visitors may require limitations based on local, state, and federal guidelines.
7. Visitation guidelines and infection control education are available in advance, on our website.
www.angelsseniorliving.com
8. Residents and visitors may have consensual physical contact while practicing hand hygiene before and
after contact.
9. The community can at any time suspend in-person visitation of a specific person if the visitor is unable to
adhere to the following:
a. The core principles of infection control and prevention
b. Violates the community’s policy and procedure
c. The community is required to suspend or limit visitation under local, state, or federal law.
10. The Administrator or Designee shall be responsible for compliance with these policy and procedures and can also provide a copy of our infection control and education policies for visitors.

Address: 14527 N. Florida Avenue, Tampa, FL 33613

License #6694

Visitation Guidelines in response to the “No Patient/Person Left Alone Act”
1. In-person visitation is allowed under the following circumstances, unless the resident objects:
a. A resident needs cueing or encouragement to eat or drink which was previously provided by a
family, friend, or private caregiver.
b. Resident is experiencing emotional distress or grieving the loss of a family or friend.
c. End-of-life
d. Resident was living with family, friend, or private caregiver before being admitted to the
community and is having a hard time adapting with the change in environment.

2. In order to meet infection control protocols, each visitor will follow a check-in and screening process:
a. Visitors will not be required to submit proof of any vaccination or immunization
b. Visitation may not occur if the visitor does not pass the community screening process
recommended by state or federal guidelines:
i. cough, fever or chills, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.

3. The community may require visitors to use a facemask or other personal protective equipment (PPE) as
required by local, state, or federal law.
4. Visitors must sanitize hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or by handwashing with soap and water
when entering the community. Angels Senior Living shall provide alcohol-based hand sanitizing solution
throughout the community.
5. It is recommended visitation occur in the resident’s room or outside where all parties can practice social
distancing. In addition, residents and visitors shall wash their hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
before and after visitation.
6. The community shall provide visitation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The size of the building
and the physical space should be taken into consideration when considering the number of visitors per
resident. There is no limit to the length of visitation however the visitation hours and the number of
visitors may require limitations based on local, state, and federal guidelines.
7. Visitation guidelines and infection control education are available in advance, on our website.
www.angelsseniorliving.com
8. Residents and visitors may have consensual physical contact while practicing hand hygiene before and
after contact.
9. The community can at any time suspend in-person visitation of a specific person if the visitor is unable to
adhere to the following:
a. The core principles of infection control and prevention
b. Violates the community’s policy and procedure
c. The community is required to suspend or limit visitation under local, state, or federal law.
10. The Administrator or Designee shall be responsible for compliance with these policy and procedures and can also provide a copy of our infection control and education policies for visitors.

Address: 21021 Betel Palm Lane, Land O’ Lakes, FL 34638
License #12268

Visitation Guidelines in response to the “No Patient/Person Left Alone Act”
1. In-person visitation is allowed under the following circumstances, unless the resident objects:
a. A resident needs cueing or encouragement to eat or drink which was previously provided by a
family, friend, or private caregiver.
b. Resident is experiencing emotional distress or grieving the loss of a family or friend.
c. End-of-life
d. Resident was living with family, friend, or private caregiver before being admitted to the
community and is having a hard time adapting with the change in environment.

2. In order to meet infection control protocols, each visitor will follow a check-in and screening process:
a. Visitors will not be required to submit proof of any vaccination or immunization
b. Visitation may not occur if the visitor does not pass the community screening process
recommended by state or federal guidelines:
i. cough, fever or chills, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.

3. The community may require visitors to use a facemask or other personal protective equipment (PPE) as
required by local, state, or federal law.
4. Visitors must sanitize hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or by handwashing with soap and water
when entering the community. Angels Senior Living shall provide alcohol-based hand sanitizing solution
throughout the community.
5. It is recommended visitation occur in the resident’s room or outside where all parties can practice social
distancing. In addition, residents and visitors shall wash their hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
before and after visitation.
6. The community shall provide visitation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The size of the building
and the physical space should be taken into consideration when considering the number of visitors per
resident. There is no limit to the length of visitation however the visitation hours and the number of
visitors may require limitations based on local, state, and federal guidelines.
7. Visitation guidelines and infection control education are available in advance, on our website.
www.angelsseniorliving.com
8. Residents and visitors may have consensual physical contact while practicing hand hygiene before and
after contact.
9. The community can at any time suspend in-person visitation of a specific person if the visitor is unable to
adhere to the following:
a. The core principles of infection control and prevention
b. Violates the community’s policy and procedure
c. The community is required to suspend or limit visitation under local, state, or federal law.
10. The Administrator or Designee shall be responsible for compliance with these policy and procedures and can also provide a copy of our infection control and education policies for visitors.

Address: 14712 N. 42nd Street, Tampa, FL 33613

License #12507

Visitation Guidelines in response to the “No Patient/Person Left Alone Act”
1. In-person visitation is allowed under the following circumstances, unless the resident objects:
a. A resident needs cueing or encouragement to eat or drink which was previously provided by a
family, friend, or private caregiver.
b. Resident is experiencing emotional distress or grieving the loss of a family or friend.
c. End-of-life
d. Resident was living with family, friend, or private caregiver before being admitted to the
community and is having a hard time adapting with the change in environment.

2. In order to meet infection control protocols, each visitor will follow a check-in and screening process:
a. Visitors will not be required to submit proof of any vaccination or immunization
b. Visitation may not occur if the visitor does not pass the community screening process
recommended by state or federal guidelines:
i. cough, fever or chills, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.

3. The community may require visitors to use a facemask or other personal protective equipment (PPE) as
required by local, state, or federal law.
4. Visitors must sanitize hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or by handwashing with soap and water
when entering the community. Angels Senior Living shall provide alcohol-based hand sanitizing solution
throughout the community.
5. It is recommended visitation occur in the resident’s room or outside where all parties can practice social
distancing. In addition, residents and visitors shall wash their hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
before and after visitation.
6. The community shall provide visitation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The size of the building
and the physical space should be taken into consideration when considering the number of visitors per
resident. There is no limit to the length of visitation however the visitation hours and the number of
visitors may require limitations based on local, state, and federal guidelines.
7. Visitation guidelines and infection control education are available in advance, on our website.
www.angelsseniorliving.com
8. Residents and visitors may have consensual physical contact while practicing hand hygiene before and
after contact.
9. The community can at any time suspend in-person visitation of a specific person if the visitor is unable to
adhere to the following:
a. The core principles of infection control and prevention
b. Violates the community’s policy and procedure
c. The community is required to suspend or limit visitation under local, state, or federal law.
10. The Administrator or Designee shall be responsible for compliance with these policy and procedures and can also provide a copy of our infection control and education policies for visitors.

Address: 1655 Curlew Road, Palm Harbor, FL 34683

License #8733

Visitation Guidelines in response to the “No Patient/Person Left Alone Act”
1. In-person visitation is allowed under the following circumstances, unless the resident objects:
a. A resident needs cueing or encouragement to eat or drink which was previously provided by a
family, friend, or private caregiver.
b. Resident is experiencing emotional distress or grieving the loss of a family or friend.
c. End-of-life
d. Resident was living with family, friend, or private caregiver before being admitted to the
community and is having a hard time adapting with the change in environment.

2. In order to meet infection control protocols, each visitor will follow a check-in and screening process:
a. Visitors will not be required to submit proof of any vaccination or immunization
b. Visitation may not occur if the visitor does not pass the community screening process
recommended by state or federal guidelines:
i. cough, fever or chills, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.

3. The community may require visitors to use a facemask or other personal protective equipment (PPE) as
required by local, state, or federal law.
4. Visitors must sanitize hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or by handwashing with soap and water
when entering the community. Angels Senior Living shall provide alcohol-based hand sanitizing solution
throughout the community.
5. It is recommended visitation occur in the resident’s room or outside where all parties can practice social
distancing. In addition, residents and visitors shall wash their hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
before and after visitation.
6. The community shall provide visitation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The size of the building
and the physical space should be taken into consideration when considering the number of visitors per
resident. There is no limit to the length of visitation however the visitation hours and the number of
visitors may require limitations based on local, state, and federal guidelines.
7. Visitation guidelines and infection control education are available in advance, on our website.
www.angelsseniorliving.com
8. Residents and visitors may have consensual physical contact while practicing hand hygiene before and
after contact.
9. The community can at any time suspend in-person visitation of a specific person if the visitor is unable to
adhere to the following:
a. The core principles of infection control and prevention
b. Violates the community’s policy and procedure
c. The community is required to suspend or limit visitation under local, state, or federal law.
10. The Administrator or Designee shall be responsible for compliance with these policy and procedures and can also provide a copy of our infection control and education policies for visitors.

Address: 3720 West Bay to Bay Blvd. Tampa, FL 33629

License #9298

Visitation Guidelines in response to the “No Patient/Person Left Alone Act”
1. In-person visitation is allowed under the following circumstances, unless the resident objects:
a. A resident needs cueing or encouragement to eat or drink which was previously provided by a
family, friend, or private caregiver.
b. Resident is experiencing emotional distress or grieving the loss of a family or friend.
c. End-of-life
d. Resident was living with family, friend, or private caregiver before being admitted to the
community and is having a hard time adapting with the change in environment.

2. In order to meet infection control protocols, each visitor will follow a check-in and screening process:
a. Visitors will not be required to submit proof of any vaccination or immunization
b. Visitation may not occur if the visitor does not pass the community screening process
recommended by state or federal guidelines:
i. cough, fever or chills, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.

3. The community may require visitors to use a facemask or other personal protective equipment (PPE) as
required by local, state, or federal law.
4. Visitors must sanitize hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or by handwashing with soap and water
when entering the community. Angels Senior Living shall provide alcohol-based hand sanitizing solution
throughout the community.
5. It is recommended visitation occur in the resident’s room or outside where all parties can practice social
distancing. In addition, residents and visitors shall wash their hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
before and after visitation.
6. The community shall provide visitation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The size of the building
and the physical space should be taken into consideration when considering the number of visitors per
resident. There is no limit to the length of visitation however the visitation hours and the number of
visitors may require limitations based on local, state, and federal guidelines.
7. Visitation guidelines and infection control education are available in advance, on our website.
www.angelsseniorliving.com
8. Residents and visitors may have consensual physical contact while practicing hand hygiene before and
after contact.
9. The community can at any time suspend in-person visitation of a specific person if the visitor is unable to
adhere to the following:
a. The core principles of infection control and prevention
b. Violates the community’s policy and procedure
c. The community is required to suspend or limit visitation under local, state, or federal law.
10. The Administrator or Designee shall be responsible for compliance with these policy and procedures and can also provide a copy of our infection control and education policies for visitors.

Address: 5750 S. Honore Avenue, Sarasota, FL 34233

License #13217

Visitation Guidelines in response to the “No Patient/Person Left Alone Act”
1. In-person visitation is allowed under the following circumstances, unless the resident objects:
a. A resident needs cueing or encouragement to eat or drink which was previously provided by a
family, friend, or private caregiver.
b. Resident is experiencing emotional distress or grieving the loss of a family or friend.
c. End-of-life
d. Resident was living with family, friend, or private caregiver before being admitted to the
community and is having a hard time adapting with the change in environment.

2. In order to meet infection control protocols, each visitor will follow a check-in and screening process:
a. Visitors will not be required to submit proof of any vaccination or immunization
b. Visitation may not occur if the visitor does not pass the community screening process
recommended by state or federal guidelines:
i. cough, fever or chills, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.

3. The community may require visitors to use a facemask or other personal protective equipment (PPE) as
required by local, state, or federal law.
4. Visitors must sanitize hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or by handwashing with soap and water
when entering the community. Angels Senior Living shall provide alcohol-based hand sanitizing solution
throughout the community.
5. It is recommended visitation occur in the resident’s room or outside where all parties can practice social
distancing. In addition, residents and visitors shall wash their hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
before and after visitation.
6. The community shall provide visitation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The size of the building
and the physical space should be taken into consideration when considering the number of visitors per
resident. There is no limit to the length of visitation however the visitation hours and the number of
visitors may require limitations based on local, state, and federal guidelines.
7. Visitation guidelines and infection control education are available in advance, on our website.
www.angelsseniorliving.com
8. Residents and visitors may have consensual physical contact while practicing hand hygiene before and
after contact.
9. The community can at any time suspend in-person visitation of a specific person if the visitor is unable to
adhere to the following:
a. The core principles of infection control and prevention
b. Violates the community’s policy and procedure
c. The community is required to suspend or limit visitation under local, state, or federal law.
10. The Administrator or Designee shall be responsible for compliance with these policy and procedures and can also provide a copy of our infection control and education policies for visitors.

Address: 3330 S. MacDill Ave., Tampa, FL 33629

License #8348

Visitation Guidelines in response to the “No Patient/Person Left Alone Act”
1. In-person visitation is allowed under the following circumstances, unless the resident objects:
a. A resident needs cueing or encouragement to eat or drink which was previously provided by a
family, friend, or private caregiver.
b. Resident is experiencing emotional distress or grieving the loss of a family or friend.
c. End-of-life
d. Resident was living with family, friend, or private caregiver before being admitted to the
community and is having a hard time adapting with the change in environment.

2. In order to meet infection control protocols, each visitor will follow a check-in and screening process:
a. Visitors will not be required to submit proof of any vaccination or immunization
b. Visitation may not occur if the visitor does not pass the community screening process
recommended by state or federal guidelines:
i. cough, fever or chills, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.

3. The community may require visitors to use a facemask or other personal protective equipment (PPE) as
required by local, state, or federal law.
4. Visitors must sanitize hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or by handwashing with soap and water
when entering the community. Angels Senior Living shall provide alcohol-based hand sanitizing solution
throughout the community.
5. It is recommended visitation occur in the resident’s room or outside where all parties can practice social
distancing. In addition, residents and visitors shall wash their hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
before and after visitation.
6. The community shall provide visitation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The size of the building
and the physical space should be taken into consideration when considering the number of visitors per
resident. There is no limit to the length of visitation however the visitation hours and the number of
visitors may require limitations based on local, state, and federal guidelines.
7. Visitation guidelines and infection control education are available in advance, on our website.
www.angelsseniorliving.com
8. Residents and visitors may have consensual physical contact while practicing hand hygiene before and
after contact.
9. The community can at any time suspend in-person visitation of a specific person if the visitor is unable to
adhere to the following:
a. The core principles of infection control and prevention
b. Violates the community’s policy and procedure
c. The community is required to suspend or limit visitation under local, state, or federal law.
10. The Administrator or Designee shall be responsible for compliance with these policy and procedures and can also provide a copy of our infection control and education policies for visitors.

Address: 18440 Exciting Idlewild Blvd, Lutz, FL 33548

License #12899

Visitation Guidelines in response to the “No Patient/Person Left Alone Act”
1. In-person visitation is allowed under the following circumstances, unless the resident objects:
a. A resident needs cueing or encouragement to eat or drink which was previously provided by a
family, friend, or private caregiver.
b. Resident is experiencing emotional distress or grieving the loss of a family or friend.
c. End-of-life
d. Resident was living with family, friend, or private caregiver before being admitted to the
community and is having a hard time adapting with the change in environment.

2. In order to meet infection control protocols, each visitor will follow a check-in and screening process:
a. Visitors will not be required to submit proof of any vaccination or immunization
b. Visitation may not occur if the visitor does not pass the community screening process
recommended by state or federal guidelines:
i. cough, fever or chills, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.

3. The community may require visitors to use a facemask or other personal protective equipment (PPE) as
required by local, state, or federal law.
4. Visitors must sanitize hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or by handwashing with soap and water
when entering the community. Angels Senior Living shall provide alcohol-based hand sanitizing solution
throughout the community.
5. It is recommended visitation occur in the resident’s room or outside where all parties can practice social
distancing. In addition, residents and visitors shall wash their hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
before and after visitation.
6. The community shall provide visitation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The size of the building
and the physical space should be taken into consideration when considering the number of visitors per
resident. There is no limit to the length of visitation however the visitation hours and the number of
visitors may require limitations based on local, state, and federal guidelines.
7. Visitation guidelines and infection control education are available in advance, on our website.
www.angelsseniorliving.com
8. Residents and visitors may have consensual physical contact while practicing hand hygiene before and
after contact.
9. The community can at any time suspend in-person visitation of a specific person if the visitor is unable to
adhere to the following:
a. The core principles of infection control and prevention
b. Violates the community’s policy and procedure
c. The community is required to suspend or limit visitation under local, state, or federal law.
10. The Administrator or Designee shall be responsible for compliance with these policy and procedures and can also provide a copy of our infection control and education policies for visitors.

Address: 18420 Exciting Idlewild Blvd, Lutz, FL 33548

License #13750

Visitation Guidelines in response to the “No Patient/Person Left Alone Act”
1. In-person visitation is allowed under the following circumstances, unless the resident objects:
a. A resident needs cueing or encouragement to eat or drink which was previously provided by a
family, friend, or private caregiver.
b. Resident is experiencing emotional distress or grieving the loss of a family or friend.
c. End-of-life
d. Resident was living with family, friend, or private caregiver before being admitted to the
community and is having a hard time adapting with the change in environment.

2. In order to meet infection control protocols, each visitor will follow a check-in and screening process:
a. Visitors will not be required to submit proof of any vaccination or immunization
b. Visitation may not occur if the visitor does not pass the community screening process
recommended by state or federal guidelines:
i. cough, fever or chills, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.

3. The community may require visitors to use a facemask or other personal protective equipment (PPE) as
required by local, state, or federal law.
4. Visitors must sanitize hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or by handwashing with soap and water
when entering the community. Angels Senior Living shall provide alcohol-based hand sanitizing solution
throughout the community.
5. It is recommended visitation occur in the resident’s room or outside where all parties can practice social
distancing. In addition, residents and visitors shall wash their hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
before and after visitation.
6. The community shall provide visitation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The size of the building
and the physical space should be taken into consideration when considering the number of visitors per
resident. There is no limit to the length of visitation however the visitation hours and the number of
visitors may require limitations based on local, state, and federal guidelines.
7. Visitation guidelines and infection control education are available in advance, on our website.
www.angelsseniorliving.com
8. Residents and visitors may have consensual physical contact while practicing hand hygiene before and
after contact.
9. The community can at any time suspend in-person visitation of a specific person if the visitor is unable to
adhere to the following:
a. The core principles of infection control and prevention
b. Violates the community’s policy and procedure
c. The community is required to suspend or limit visitation under local, state, or federal law.
10. The Administrator or Designee shall be responsible for compliance with these policy and procedures and can also provide a copy of our infection control and education policies for visitors.

Address: 6716 Congress Street, New Port Richey, FL 34653

License #12688

Visitation Guidelines in response to the “No Patient/Person Left Alone Act”
1. In-person visitation is allowed under the following circumstances, unless the resident objects:
a. A resident needs cueing or encouragement to eat or drink which was previously provided by a
family, friend, or private caregiver.
b. Resident is experiencing emotional distress or grieving the loss of a family or friend.
c. End-of-life
d. Resident was living with family, friend, or private caregiver before being admitted to the
community and is having a hard time adapting with the change in environment.

2. In order to meet infection control protocols, each visitor will follow a check-in and screening process:
a. Visitors will not be required to submit proof of any vaccination or immunization
b. Visitation may not occur if the visitor does not pass the community screening process
recommended by state or federal guidelines:
i. cough, fever or chills, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.

3. The community may require visitors to use a facemask or other personal protective equipment (PPE) as
required by local, state, or federal law.
4. Visitors must sanitize hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or by handwashing with soap and water
when entering the community. Angels Senior Living shall provide alcohol-based hand sanitizing solution
throughout the community.
5. It is recommended visitation occur in the resident’s room or outside where all parties can practice social
distancing. In addition, residents and visitors shall wash their hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
before and after visitation.
6. The community shall provide visitation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The size of the building
and the physical space should be taken into consideration when considering the number of visitors per
resident. There is no limit to the length of visitation however the visitation hours and the number of
visitors may require limitations based on local, state, and federal guidelines.
7. Visitation guidelines and infection control education are available in advance, on our website.
www.angelsseniorliving.com
8. Residents and visitors may have consensual physical contact while practicing hand hygiene before and
after contact.
9. The community can at any time suspend in-person visitation of a specific person if the visitor is unable to
adhere to the following:
a. The core principles of infection control and prevention
b. Violates the community’s policy and procedure
c. The community is required to suspend or limit visitation under local, state, or federal law.
10. The Administrator or Designee shall be responsible for compliance with these policy and procedures and can also provide a copy of our infection control and education policies for visitors.

Address: 3175 Belcher Road, Dunedin, FL 34698

License #10034

Visitation Guidelines in response to the “No Patient/Person Left Alone Act”
1. In-person visitation is allowed under the following circumstances, unless the resident objects:
a. A resident needs cueing or encouragement to eat or drink which was previously provided by a
family, friend, or private caregiver.
b. Resident is experiencing emotional distress or grieving the loss of a family or friend.
c. End-of-life
d. Resident was living with family, friend, or private caregiver before being admitted to the
community and is having a hard time adapting with the change in environment.

2. In order to meet infection control protocols, each visitor will follow a check-in and screening process:
a. Visitors will not be required to submit proof of any vaccination or immunization
b. Visitation may not occur if the visitor does not pass the community screening process
recommended by state or federal guidelines:
i. cough, fever or chills, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.

3. The community may require visitors to use a facemask or other personal protective equipment (PPE) as
required by local, state, or federal law.
4. Visitors must sanitize hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or by handwashing with soap and water
when entering the community. Angels Senior Living shall provide alcohol-based hand sanitizing solution
throughout the community.
5. It is recommended visitation occur in the resident’s room or outside where all parties can practice social
distancing. In addition, residents and visitors shall wash their hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
before and after visitation.
6. The community shall provide visitation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The size of the building
and the physical space should be taken into consideration when considering the number of visitors per
resident. There is no limit to the length of visitation however the visitation hours and the number of
visitors may require limitations based on local, state, and federal guidelines.
7. Visitation guidelines and infection control education are available in advance, on our website.
www.angelsseniorliving.com
8. Residents and visitors may have consensual physical contact while practicing hand hygiene before and
after contact.
9. The community can at any time suspend in-person visitation of a specific person if the visitor is unable to
adhere to the following:
a. The core principles of infection control and prevention
b. Violates the community’s policy and procedure
c. The community is required to suspend or limit visitation under local, state, or federal law.
10. The Administrator or Designee shall be responsible for compliance with these policy and procedures and can also provide a copy of our infection control and education policies for visitors.

Hacienda ALF Services
1510 E Palm Avenue
Tampa, FL 33605
 
License # 12164
 

Visitation Guidelines in response to the “No Patient/Person Left Alone Act”
1. In-person visitation is allowed under the following circumstances, unless the resident objects:
a. A resident needs cueing or encouragement to eat or drink which was previously provided by a
family, friend, or private caregiver.
b. Resident is experiencing emotional distress or grieving the loss of a family or friend.
c. End-of-life
d. Resident was living with family, friend, or private caregiver before being admitted to the
community and is having a hard time adapting with the change in environment.

2. In order to meet infection control protocols, each visitor will follow a check-in and screening process:
a. Visitors will not be required to submit proof of any vaccination or immunization
b. Visitation may not occur if the visitor does not pass the community screening process
recommended by state or federal guidelines:
i. cough, fever or chills, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.

3. The community may require visitors to use a facemask or other personal protective equipment (PPE) as
required by local, state, or federal law.
4. Visitors must sanitize hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or by handwashing with soap and water
when entering the community. Angels Senior Living shall provide alcohol-based hand sanitizing solution
throughout the community.
5. It is recommended visitation occur in the resident’s room or outside where all parties can practice social
distancing. In addition, residents and visitors shall wash their hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
before and after visitation.
6. The community shall provide visitation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. The size of the building
and the physical space should be taken into consideration when considering the number of visitors per
resident. There is no limit to the length of visitation however the visitation hours and the number of
visitors may require limitations based on local, state, and federal guidelines.
7. Visitation guidelines and infection control education are available in advance, on our website.
www.angelsseniorliving.com
8. Residents and visitors may have consensual physical contact while practicing hand hygiene before and
after contact.
9. The community can at any time suspend in-person visitation of a specific person if the visitor is unable to
adhere to the following:
a. The core principles of infection control and prevention
b. Violates the community’s policy and procedure
c. The community is required to suspend or limit visitation under local, state, or federal law.
10. The Administrator or Designee shall be responsible for compliance with these policy and procedures and
also can provide a copy of our infection control and education policies for visitors.

Angels Senior Living Corporate Office
4801 George Rd, Suite 190 Tampa, FL 33634