COVID-19 Response: Notifications by State

The Civitas Executive team has been monitoring the 2019 Coronavirus for several weeks and continues to closely monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) websites, Local Health Departments and State agencies for updated information related to COVID-19 (Human Coronavirus 2019).  We continue to update our emergency response plan as new information is received. We will be updating you through this web page as updates become available to us. View the information by state below to read more about current updates on the Coronavirus in your area.

  • Updates added below for Texas 5/19/2020 
  • Updates added below for Texas 5/17/2020 
  • Updates added below for communities in the following states 3/20/2020
    • Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, Oklahoma and Texas
  • Updates added below regarding visitor access and event cancellations to all communities for the following states 3/12/2020
    • Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, Oklahoma and Texas
  • Updates added below for Colorado and Kentucky 3/7/2020
  • Updates added below for Texas 3/10/2020

Our community in Flagstaff, AZ is not built and is not expected to open until the fall of 2021.  Therefore, our recent notifications are not applicable for this location. Please visit your state’s Department of Health website for important information about the virus in your area. https://www.azdhs.gov/

5/13/2020

  • This week, several states have started to relax restrictions from previous stay at home orders given by the Governors of each state regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a notification to inform you that even with the state’s re-opening plan, long-term care facilities are not covered in the first scheduled phases. For Colorado, state is preparing to begin opening select businesses in a phased approach, beginning with the Safer at Home phase which keeps many of the same recommendations as the initial Order. You can view this plan here: https://covid19.colorado.gov/safer-at-home.  Separate from this plan, there is still a current, Public Health Order 20-20 that restricts all visitors to all Colorado nursing facilities, assisted living residences and intermediate care facilities. This was last amended in April 20th and can be viewed here https://covid19.colorado.gov/ltcf on Colorado’s Official State Web Portal. In addition to the Governor’s report, The White House Administration recommends that visits to senior care facilities or hospitals should be prohibited until Phase Three of the nation’s opening approach. View the Guidelines here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/openingamerica/#guidelines. For now, we will continue to operate under our COVID-19 pandemic response plan and follow all local, state and federal guidelines. Therefore, we are reminding you that we are still prohibiting non-essential visitors to our communities until further notice. When it is safe to do so, residents and family members will be notified through our family communications when we believe we will be allowing non-essential visitors again at our communities.

3/20/2020

Notification applies to all of our open locations in the state of Colorado: Map of communities

  • We continue to follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and local health departments. In doing so, we are currently restricting all visitors and non-essential healthcare personnel to our community until further notice.  Essential healthcare personnel include, but are not limited to, Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Home Health, and Hospice Providers. There are exceptions to this for end-of-life care or other situations pursuant to the guidance of public health officials. All healthcare visitors are subject to health screenings prior to being allowed inside the community. Additionally, group activities and community events have been cancelled until further notice and our Food and Beverage department is working to deliver meals to residents in the comfort of their apartments, all steps we are taking to practice social distancing within our community. It is essential that every resident feels connected daily during this time. We have implemented resident engagement programs to keep residents’ spirits up and keep them active and engaged with each other while still practicing our social distancing.  We have established daily FaceTime calls to loved ones, activities that residents can participate in either from their apartment or apartment entryway inside the hallways, and our My Special Friend program in which each Assisted Living and Memory Care resident is paired with a community staff member that can provide assistance to the resident, do activities with the resident, and answer questions for the resident. We thank you for your continued patience as we work to keep our employees and your loved ones safe.

3/12/2020

Notification applies to all of our open locations in the state of Colorado: Map of communities

  • On Monday the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) urged facilities that are in counties, or counties adjacent to other counties where a COVID-19 case has occurred to limit visitation to essential (medically necessary, or extenuating circumstances) visits. On Wednesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared Coronavirus a pandemic. During the President’s Coronavirus Address on 3.11.2020, he stated that “…we are strongly advising that all nursing homes for the elderly suspend all medically unnecessary visits.”  Although our communities are not categorized as nursing homes, they are considered long-term care facilities for the elderly, which is the most at-risk demographic for this virus.  Therefore, due to the continued pattern of transmission of COVID-19 in the United States and the evidence of community spread, our Company has made the tough decision to stop allowing non-medical visitors into our communities nationwide. We apologize for the frequent changes in the visitation process, but as you are aware, this is a rapidly evolving situation. We will assist residents in FaceTime visits with family members and other engagement activities. Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Home Health, and Hospice Providers will still be granted access, and will undergo a travel screening, symptoms screening, and have their temperature checked prior to being allowed inside the community. If there are extenuating circumstances in which a family member needs to visit a loved one, we are asking them to please contact the Executive Director of the community.

Additionally, all community events have been cancelled for all communities nationwide for March and April.

We do not have any suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 in any of our communities, but feel these additional precautions are necessary to protect our residents and employees.

3/7/2020

Notification applies to our location in Littleton, CO : StoneCreek of Littleton

  • At this time, our community has not had any suspected or diagnosed cases of the Coronavirus.  However, due to the fact that our residents are an at-risk community, beginning on March 7th, our community has determined to follow the recommendations of local, state, and federal government officials to halt allowing non-essential visitors into our community for a period of one week.  All healthcare and medical agencies, employees, and vendors will continue to be allowed into the community during this time.  All healthcare personnel, please note that if you need to visit the community during this time, you must contact the community first to make an appointment.  Please be advised that upon arrival at the community, you will be asked to complete a screening process that will include a temperature check. Thank you in advance for your cooperation as we work to protect the safety of our residents and employees.

    Please visit your state’s Department of Health website for important information about the virus in your area. https://www.colorado.gov/cdphe.

5/13/2020

  • This week, several states have started to relax restrictions from previous stay at home orders given by the Governors of each state regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a notification to inform you that even with the state’s re-opening plan, long-term care facilities are not covered in the first scheduled phases. For Florida, the state is preparing to begin opening select businesses in a phased approach with the exception of Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties excluded at this time. In the Report to Governor Desantis from The Re-Open Florida Task Force on the Safe.Smart.Step-by-Step. plan to re-open Florida, which is attached to this letter, the Task Force indicates on page 14 that visits to long-term care facilities remain prohibited and that “…these restrictions may be lifted by order of the Governor in consultation with state health officials and should not be a component of the phased-in the Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. plan.”  At this time, the Governor has not lifted this restriction for long-term care facilities. In addition to the Governor’s report, The White House Administration recommends that visits to senior care facilities or hospitals should be prohibited until Phase Three of the nation’s opening approach. View the Guidelines here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/openingamerica/#guidelines. For now, we will continue to operate under our COVID-19 pandemic response plan and follow all local, state and federal guidelines. Therefore, we are reminding you that we are still prohibiting non-essential visitors to our communities until further notice. When it is safe to do so, residents and family members will be notified through our family communications when we believe we will be allowing non-essential visitors again at our communities.

3/20/2020

Notification applies to all of our open locations in the state of Florida: Map of communities

  • We continue to follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and local health departments. In doing so, we are currently restricting all visitors and non-essential healthcare personnel to our community until further notice.  Essential healthcare personnel include, but are not limited to, Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Home Health, and Hospice Providers. There are exceptions to this for end-of-life care or other situations pursuant to the guidance of public health officials. All healthcare visitors are subject to health screenings prior to being allowed inside the community. Additionally, group activities and community events have been cancelled until further notice and our Food and Beverage department is working to deliver meals to residents in the comfort of their apartments, all steps we are taking to practice social distancing within our community. It is essential that every resident feels connected daily during this time. We have implemented resident engagement programs to keep residents’ spirits up and keep them active and engaged with each other while still practicing our social distancing.  We have established daily FaceTime calls to loved ones, activities that residents can participate in either from their apartment or apartment entryway inside the hallways, and our My Special Friend program in which each Assisted Living and Memory Care resident is paired with a community staff member that can provide assistance to the resident, do activities with the resident, and answer questions for the resident. We thank you for your continued patience as we work to keep our employees and your loved ones safe.

3/12/2020

Notification applies to all of our open locations in the state of Florida: Map of communities

  • On Monday the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) urged facilities that are in counties, or counties adjacent to other counties where a COVID-19 case has occurred to limit visitation to essential (medically necessary, or extenuating circumstances) visits. On Wednesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared Coronavirus a pandemic. During the President’s Coronavirus Address on 3.11.2020, he stated that “…we are strongly advising that all nursing homes for the elderly suspend all medically unnecessary visits.”  Although our communities are not categorized as nursing homes, they are considered long-term care facilities for the elderly, which is the most at-risk demographic for this virus.  Therefore, due to the continued pattern of transmission of COVID-19 in the United States and the evidence of community spread, our Company has made the tough decision to stop allowing non-medical visitors into our communities nationwide. We apologize for the frequent changes in the visitation process, but as you are aware, this is a rapidly evolving situation. We will assist residents in FaceTime visits with family members and other engagement activities. Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Home Health, and Hospice Providers will still be granted access, and will undergo a travel screening, symptoms screening, and have their temperature checked prior to being allowed inside the community. If there are extenuating circumstances in which a family member needs to visit a loved one, we are asking them to please contact the Executive Director of the community.

Additionally, all community events have been cancelled for all communities nationwide for March and April.

We do not have any suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 in any of our communities, but feel these additional precautions are necessary to protect our residents and employees.

5/13/2020

  • This week, several states have started to relax restrictions from previous stay at home orders given by the Governors of each state regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a notification to inform you that even with the state’s re-opening plan, long-term care facilities are not covered in the first scheduled phases. For Kentucky, the Governor will be implementing the first phase of opening businesses for the State under the Healthy at Work plan phased approach that will allow certain businesses to open at certain capacity thresholds. During Phase 1 of Healthy at Work, the Kentucky Department for Public Health will determine whether Kentucky has met certain public health benchmarks for reopening Kentucky's economy. These benchmarks closely follow the White House's Guidelines for Reopening America. During Phase 2 of Healthy at Work, expected to begin in June, the Department for Public Health will evaluate individual businesses' ability to safely reopen. The evaluation of business being able to open will be determined by certain public health benchmarks.  Currently, the number of infections of staff and residents in nursing and long-term care facilities in Kentucky continues to grow. These types of facilities are excluded from phase 1 and 2 of the Healthy at Work plan and remain under the same restrictions as put forth in the Governor’s mandate for state run facilities and guidance for operators on March 10th to continue to prohibit non-essential visitors to facilities. In addition to the Governor’s report, The White House Administration recommends that visits to senior care facilities or hospitals should be prohibited until Phase Three of the nation’s opening approach. View the Guidelines here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/openingamerica/#guidelines. For now, we will continue to operate under our COVID-19 pandemic response plan and follow all local, state and federal guidelines. Therefore, we are reminding you that we are still prohibiting non-essential visitors to our communities until further notice. When it is safe to do so, residents and family members will be notified through our family communications when we believe we will be allowing non-essential visitors again at our communities.

3/20/2020

Notification applies to our location in the state of Kentucky: Map of communities

  • We continue to follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and local health departments. In doing so, we are currently restricting all visitors and non-essential healthcare personnel to our community until further notice.  Essential healthcare personnel include, but are not limited to, Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Home Health, and Hospice Providers. There are exceptions to this for end-of-life care or other situations pursuant to the guidance of public health officials. All healthcare visitors are subject to health screenings prior to being allowed inside the community. Additionally, group activities and community events have been cancelled until further notice and our Food and Beverage department is working to deliver meals to residents in the comfort of their apartments, all steps we are taking to practice social distancing within our community. It is essential that every resident feels connected daily during this time. We have implemented resident engagement programs to keep residents’ spirits up and keep them active and engaged with each other while still practicing our social distancing.  We have established daily FaceTime calls to loved ones, activities that residents can participate in either from their apartment or apartment entryway inside the hallways, and our My Special Friend program in which each Assisted Living and Memory Care resident is paired with a community staff member that can provide assistance to the resident, do activities with the resident, and answer questions for the resident. We thank you for your continued patience as we work to keep our employees and your loved ones safe.

3/12/2020

Notification applies to our location in the state of Kentucky: Map of communities

  • On Monday the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) urged facilities that are in counties, or counties adjacent to other counties where a COVID-19 case has occurred to limit visitation to essential (medically necessary, or extenuating circumstances) visits. On Wednesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared Coronavirus a pandemic. During the President’s Coronavirus Address on 3.11.2020, he stated that “…we are strongly advising that all nursing homes for the elderly suspend all medically unnecessary visits.”  Although our communities are not categorized as nursing homes, they are considered long-term care facilities for the elderly, which is the most at-risk demographic for this virus.  Therefore, due to the continued pattern of transmission of COVID-19 in the United States and the evidence of community spread, our Company has made the tough decision to stop allowing non-medical visitors into our communities nationwide. We apologize for the frequent changes in the visitation process, but as you are aware, this is a rapidly evolving situation. We will assist residents in FaceTime visits with family members and other engagement activities. Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Home Health, and Hospice Providers will still be granted access, and will undergo a travel screening, symptoms screening, and have their temperature checked prior to being allowed inside the community. If there are extenuating circumstances in which a family member needs to visit a loved one, we are asking them to please contact the Executive Director of the community.

Additionally, all community events have been cancelled for all communities nationwide for March and April.

We do not have any suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 in any of our communities, but feel these additional precautions are necessary to protect our residents and employees.

3/7/2020

Notification applies to our location in Prospect, KY : The Grand of Prospect

  • At this time, our community has not had any suspected or diagnosed cases of the Coronavirus.  However, due to the fact that our residents are an at-risk community, beginning on March 7th, our community has determined to follow the recommendations of local, state, and federal government officials to halt allowing non-essential visitors into our community for a period of one week.  All healthcare and medical agencies, employees, and vendors will continue to be allowed into the community during this time.  All healthcare personnel, please note that if you need to visit the community during this time, you must contact the community first to make an appointment.  Please be advised that upon arrival at the community, you will be asked to complete a screening process that will include a temperature check. Thank you in advance for your cooperation as we work to protect the safety of our residents and employees.

     

  • Please visit your state’s Department of Health website for important information about the virus in your area. https://chfs.ky.gov/agencies/dph/Pages/default.aspx

5/13/2020

  • This week, several states have started to relax restrictions from previous stay at home orders given by the Governors of each state regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a notification to inform you that even with the state’s re-opening plan, long-term care facilities are not covered in the first scheduled phases For Oklahoma, the State began implementing its first phase of its Open Up & Recover Safely (OURS) Plan on April 24th. OURS offers a phased approach to reopening Oklahoma’s economy and is based on criteria set by public health experts and can be viewed here: https://www.okcommerce.gov/covid19/ours-plan/ and in the document attached to this letter. Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the plan are expected to continue through May, and both recommend that visits to Senior Care Facilities still be prohibited. Once hospital and incident rates remain at a manageable level statewide for 14 more days following Phase 2, Phase 3 will apply, which will allow for further public interaction. This Phase of the State’s plan, however, continues to recommend that visits to Senior Care Facilities still be prohibited. In addition to the Governor’s report, The White House Administration recommends that visits to senior care facilities or hospitals should be prohibited until Phase Three of the nation’s opening approach. View the Guidelines here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/openingamerica/#guidelines. For now, we will continue to operate under our COVID-19 pandemic response plan and follow all local, state and federal guidelines. Therefore, we are reminding you that we are still prohibiting non-essential visitors to our communities until further notice. When it is safe to do so, residents and family members will be notified through our family communications when we believe we will be allowing non-essential visitors again at our communities.

3/20/2020

Notification applies our location in the state of Oklahoma: Map of communities

  • We continue to follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and local health departments. In doing so, we are currently restricting all visitors and non-essential healthcare personnel to our community until further notice.  Essential healthcare personnel include, but are not limited to, Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Home Health, and Hospice Providers. There are exceptions to this for end-of-life care or other situations pursuant to the guidance of public health officials. All healthcare visitors are subject to health screenings prior to being allowed inside the community. Additionally, group activities and community events have been cancelled until further notice and our Food and Beverage department is working to deliver meals to residents in the comfort of their apartments, all steps we are taking to practice social distancing within our community. It is essential that every resident feels connected daily during this time. We have implemented resident engagement programs to keep residents’ spirits up and keep them active and engaged with each other while still practicing our social distancing.  We have established daily FaceTime calls to loved ones, activities that residents can participate in either from their apartment or apartment entryway inside the hallways, and our My Special Friend program in which each Assisted Living and Memory Care resident is paired with a community staff member that can provide assistance to the resident, do activities with the resident, and answer questions for the resident. We thank you for your continued patience as we work to keep our employees and your loved ones safe.

3/12/2020

Notification applies our location in the state of Oklahoma: Map of communities

  •  On Monday the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) urged facilities that are in counties, or counties adjacent to other counties where a COVID-19 case has occurred to limit visitation to essential (medically necessary, or extenuating circumstances) visits. On Wednesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared Coronavirus a pandemic. During the President’s Coronavirus Address on 3.11.2020, he stated that “…we are strongly advising that all nursing homes for the elderly suspend all medically unnecessary visits.”  Although our communities are not categorized as nursing homes, they are considered long-term care facilities for the elderly, which is the most at-risk demographic for this virus.  Therefore, due to the continued pattern of transmission of COVID-19 in the United States and the evidence of community spread, our Company has made the tough decision to stop allowing non-medical visitors into our communities nationwide. We apologize for the frequent changes in the visitation process, but as you are aware, this is a rapidly evolving situation. We will assist residents in FaceTime visits with family members and other engagement activities. Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Home Health, and Hospice Providers will still be granted access, and will undergo a travel screening, symptoms screening, and have their temperature checked prior to being allowed inside the community. If there are extenuating circumstances in which a family member needs to visit a loved one, we are asking them to please contact the Executive Director of the community.

Additionally, all community events have been cancelled for all communities nationwide for March and April.

We do not have any suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 in any of our communities, but feel these additional precautions are necessary to protect our residents and employees.

5/19/2020

  • Civitas Senior Living is confirming that we have learned that a resident living at Cambridge Court located at  711 Matador Ln, Mesquite, TX has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. The community is following local, state, and federal guidelines pertaining to a positive COVID-19 diagnosis in a long-term care facility.  The community has implemented quarantine procedures for the entire building effective immediately, and all staff are wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.   Under this order, all residents will be required to remain in their apartments for a 14-day period.  All residents and staff members will continue to be screened and monitored frequently for COVID-19 symptoms. We will provide additional information as more information becomes available.  This will be our only statement at this time so that we can evaluate the situation and concentrate on protecting our residents, employees, and healthcare professionals.  

5/17/2020

  • Civitas Senior Living is confirming that we have learned that a resident living at The Avenues of Park Forest located at 3344 Forest Lane in Farmers Branch, TX has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. The community is following local, state, and federal guidelines pertaining to a positive COVID-19 diagnosis in a long-term care facility.  The community has implemented quarantine procedures for the entire building effective immediately, and all staff are wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.   Under this order, all residents will be required to remain in their apartments for a 14-day period.  All residents and staff members will continue to be screened and monitored frequently for COVID-19 symptoms.  We will provide additional information as more information becomes available.  This will be our only statement at this time so that we can evaluate the situation and concentrate on protecting our residents, employees, and healthcare professionals.  

5/13/2020

  • This week, several states have started to relax restrictions from previous stay at home orders given by the Governors of each state regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a notification to inform you that even with the state’s re-opening plan, long-term care facilities are not covered in the first scheduled phases. For Texas, the Governor’s statewide Essential Services Only Order ended at the end of April and the state is preparing to begin opening select businesses at certain capacity thresholds. Because businesses will not be opened in the same ways and at the same times, he plans to continue making announcements as appropriate. In his Open Texas Report that we have attached to this letter, the Governor states that it is imperative that we continue to follow guidelines from the CDC with special information noted for the 65 and older population, which is the population that we serve through all of our communities nationwide.  The Report provides information showing that the number of infections of staff and residents in nursing and long-term care facilities continues to grow and that now, more than ever, we need a consistent and strong response to effectively bend the curve of COVID-19 in these facilities. Recommendation 5 on page 10-11 of the report covers enhanced access controls to facilities and recommends “…complete limitations on any unnecessary visitations…”, still allowing visiting healthcare providers. In addition to the Governor’s report, The White House Administration recommends that visits to senior care facilities or hospitals should be prohibited until Phase Three of the nation’s opening approach. View the Guidelines here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/openingamerica/#guidelines. For now, we will continue to operate under our COVID-19 pandemic response plan and follow all local, state and federal guidelines. Therefore, we are reminding you that we are still prohibiting non-essential visitors to our communities until further notice. When it is safe to do so, residents and family members will be notified through our family communications when we believe we will be allowing non-essential visitors again at our communities.

3/20/2020

Notification applies to all of our open locations in the state of  Texas: Map of communities

  • We continue to follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and local health departments. In doing so, we are currently restricting all visitors and non-essential healthcare personnel to our community until further notice.  Essential healthcare personnel include, but are not limited to, Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Home Health, and Hospice Providers. There are exceptions to this for end-of-life care or other situations pursuant to the guidance of public health officials. All healthcare visitors are subject to health screenings prior to being allowed inside the community. Additionally, group activities and community events have been cancelled until further notice and our Food and Beverage department is working to deliver meals to residents in the comfort of their apartments, all steps we are taking to practice social distancing within our community. It is essential that every resident feels connected daily during this time. We have implemented resident engagement programs to keep residents’ spirits up and keep them active and engaged with each other while still practicing our social distancing.  We have established daily FaceTime calls to loved ones, activities that residents can participate in either from their apartment or apartment entryway inside the hallways, and our My Special Friend program in which each Assisted Living and Memory Care resident is paired with a community staff member that can provide assistance to the resident, do activities with the resident, and answer questions for the resident. We thank you for your continued patience as we work to keep our employees and your loved ones safe.

3/12/2020

Notification applies to all of our open locations in the state of  Texas: Map of communities

  • On Monday the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) urged facilities that are in counties, or counties adjacent to other counties where a COVID-19 case has occurred to limit visitation to essential (medically necessary, or extenuating circumstances) visits. On Wednesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared Coronavirus a pandemic. During the President’s Coronavirus Address on 3.11.2020, he stated that “…we are strongly advising that all nursing homes for the elderly suspend all medically unnecessary visits.”  Although our communities are not categorized as nursing homes, they are considered long-term care facilities for the elderly, which is the most at-risk demographic for this virus.  Therefore, due to the continued pattern of transmission of COVID-19 in the United States and the evidence of community spread, our Company has made the tough decision to stop allowing non-medical visitors into our communities nationwide. We apologize for the frequent changes in the visitation process, but as you are aware, this is a rapidly evolving situation. We will assist residents in FaceTime visits with family members and other engagement activities. Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Home Health, and Hospice Providers will still be granted access, and will undergo a travel screening, symptoms screening, and have their temperature checked prior to being allowed inside the community. If there are extenuating circumstances in which a family member needs to visit a loved one, we are asking them to please contact the Executive Director of the community.

Additionally, all community events have been cancelled for all communities nationwide for March and April.

We do not have any suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 in any of our communities, but feel these additional precautions are necessary to protect our residents and employees.

3/10/2020

Notification applies to the following locations:

Longview, TX : Arabella of Longview  

Kilgore, TX: Arabella of Kilgore 

Farmer’s Branch, TX: The Avenues of Park Forest 

Mesquite, TX: Cambridge Court

Sunnyvale, TX: Long Creek

Fort Worth, TX: The Ridglea

Grapevine, TX: Dancing River

North Richland Hills, TX: StoneCreek of North Richland Hills

Azle, TX: Legacy Oaks of Azle

  • At this time, our communities have not had any suspected or diagnosed cases of the Coronavirus.  However, due to the confirmed COVID-19 case in Gregg County, Dallas County, and Tarrant County, as well as guidance from local, state, and federal government agencies, our communities are temporarily prohibiting visitors for one week starting March 10th to decrease the risk of transmission to our residents. In order to maintain resident care needs outside health providers such as physicians, home health, hospice, etc. will be allowed to visit. All healthcare personnel, please note that if you need to visit the community during this time, you must contact the community first to make an appointment.  Please be advised that upon arrival at the community, you will be asked to complete a screening process that will include a temperature check. Thank you in advance for your cooperation as we work to protect the safety of our residents and employees.

3/7/2020

Notification applies to the following locations:

Missouri City, TX : The Avenues of Fort Bend

Cypress, TX: Park Creek Independent Living

  • At this time, our community has not had any suspected or diagnosed cases of the Coronavirus.  However, due to the fact that our residents are an at-risk community, beginning on March 7th, our community has determined to follow the recommendations of local, state, and federal government officials to halt allowing non-essential visitors into our community for a period of one week.  All healthcare and medical agencies, employees, and vendors will continue to be allowed into the community during this time.  All healthcare personnel, please note that if you need to visit the community during this time, you must contact the community first to make an appointment.  Please be advised that upon arrival at the community, you will be asked to complete a screening process that will include a temperature check. Thank you in advance for your cooperation as we work to protect the safety of our residents and employees.

     

  • Please visit your state’s Department of Health website for important information about the virus in your area. https://www.dshs.state.tx.us/coronavirus/