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Woodlawn Commons Independent Living Updates

Posted in Coronavirus Updates, General

Coronavirus Updates Home November 28, 2020 Dear Independent Residents, Family and Staff of Woodlawn Commons: Woodlawn Commons was informed earlier today that a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. The staff member last worked on November 25, 2020. The individual’s responsibilities require them to work only in a specific area in the facility and […]

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Wesley Health Care Center Updates for Families

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Coronavirus Updates Home November 27, 2020 Dear Residents, Family and Staff of Wesley Health Care Center: The Wesley Community was informed this morning, Friday, November 27, 2020, that a staff member at Wesley Health Care Center has tested positive for COVID-19. The individual will be furloughed and will remain out of work until 14 days […]

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Current Wesley Health Care Center Visitation Guidelines

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Coronavirus Updates Home UPDATE 11/14/2020 – Visitation (Skype/Window) updates below. Please see the Administrator’s full letter here for further details. After further discussion with our Medical Director and the Department of Health, Skype and window visits have been approved to occur on the following units: 3 Hathorn, 2 Springs, 3 Springs, 3 Victoria and 4 […]

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Celebrating Halloween Safely: Dementia and COVID-19 Considerations

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Halloween comes with a new safety risk this year: COVID-19. Read these tips for modifying celebrations, along with information on dementia and Halloween safety. For many families, Halloween is an intergenerational evening of fun and festivities. Grandparents might camp out on the porch to hand out candy, or tag along as costumed grandchildren trick-or-treat through […]

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Wesley’s Carl Picioccio is Chosen as the Alzheimer’s Walk’s Orange Flower Holder

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This year the Alzheimer’s Association chose Wesley Alzheimer’s Engagement Coach, Carl Picioccio, as its “Orange Flower Holder”.  The Orange Flower represents a dedicated supporter and advocate of the Alzheimer’s Association vision. Every year on Walk day, participants honor those affected by Alzheimer’s or another dementia with blue, yellow, purple and orange Promise Garden Flowers. These […]

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