United Church Homes COVID-19 Resources

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COVID-19 Announcements

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Assisted living residents in Ohio may have outdoor visits with family members at their senior living community, weather permitting, when the county emergency alert level is level 1 (yellow) or level 2 (orange). Michigan is not yet allowing visitation.

United Church Homes will follow state guidelines to ensure the visits are a safe and enjoyable experience for residents and guests. Please review in full before scheduling your visit.

There are several requirements. Guests will be screened upon arrival. Guests and residents must wear masks, maintain safe physical distancing and minimize physical contact during the visit. It’s important that you stay healthy and only visit if you are feeling well and remember that some people carry the virus without symptoms. Before scheduling your visit, please read these CDC tips on how to protect yourself and others.

Call your United Church Homes community to learn how to schedule a 30-minute visit.

You can also still schedule virtual visits with any resident. If you have questions, please call your United Church Homes community.

Beginning July 20, residents in long-term care in Ohio may have outdoor visits with family members, weather permitting, when the county emergency alert level is level 1 (yellow) or level 2 (orange). Michigan is not yet allowing visitation.

United Church Homes will follow state guidelines to ensure the visits are a safe and enjoyable experience for residents and guests. Please review in full before scheduling your visit.

There are several requirements for visits. Guests will be screened upon arrival. Guests and residents must wear masks, maintain safe physical distancing and minimize physical contact during the visit. It’s important that you stay healthy and only visit if you are feeling well and remember that some people carry the virus without symptoms. Before scheduling your visit, please read these CDC tips on how to protect yourself and others.

Call your United Church Homes community to learn how to schedule a 30-minute visit. You can also still schedule virtual visits with any resident. If you have questions, please call your United Church Homes community.

United Church Homes strongly advises friends and family to delay all nonessential visitors. We’re encouraging residents to limit visits, practice physical distancing and connect with their loved ones by phone or video calls. Read more about recommendations for independent cottage and apartment living here.

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