We’re excited to help our residents safely reunite with their families through our secure outdoor visitation policy - beginning July 24th. For now, we are requiring a maximum of 2 guests for each visit. Please see the steps below to coordinate your visit to our community.
Step 1: Visitation Decision Tree
Please refer to the decision tree below to ensure you qualify for a safe visitation to our community.
Step 2: Health Assessment
Visitors (maximum of 2 per visit) should print, fill out and and bring our health assessment form, click here to access. If you are unable to print this form, we will provide you a blank form for you to review and sign upon your arrival, please plan to arrive in advance of your scheduled visit to complete. Temperature readings will be performed on site. Thank you for your honest responses so that we can continue to protect our residents and staff from risks of exposure to Covid-19.
Step 3: Visitation Guidelines Acknowledgement & Waiver Form
Please review, print, sign and bring our visitation guidelines and acknowledgements form to ensure a safe interaction with your loved one. Click here to access. Please also complete our waiver form, click here to access.
If you are unable to print these forms, we will provide a copy for you to review and sign upon your arrival, please plan to arrive in advance of your scheduled visit to complete.
Step 4: Coordinating Your Visit
Please call Erika at 260-489-2552 between 9a and 4pm, Monday to Friday to schedule your visit, or click here to schedule on-line. Please do not include the name of the resident when making online reservations. Instead, please include the room # of your resident to help us coordinate their schedule. If you do not have this information, please reach out to our front desk.
To allow for others to schedule a visit, please limit to 1 appointment each 1 week. Visits will be limited to 45 minutes so that we can maximize opportunities for more families to see their loved ones while allowing our staff time to sanitize after each visit.
We hope to increase our scheduling capacity as we go, in the meantime, thank you for your patience and mindfulness of our other residents and their families.