United Church Homes COVID-19 Resources

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COVID-19 Announcements

Visitation is open in many communities and our residents and staff are happily looking forward to hosting family and friends again!

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Visitation Information

Assisted LivingSkilled NursingIndependent Cottage and Apartment Living

Assisted living residents may now receive indoor visitors, as well as schedule outdoor visits with family members, weather permitting.  Because the COVID-19 situation is a fluid one, visitation policies may change at any time and without notice.

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

Our goal is to maintain a healthy and safe environment for residents, staff, and guests. All guests will be screened upon arrival for signs and symptoms of illness. Guests and residents must wear masks and are encouraged to maintain safe physical distancing and minimize physical contact during visits.  We reserve the right to test visitors for COVID-19 at the sole discretion of the community.

Before scheduling your visit, please read these CDC tips on how to protect yourself and others. We also advise visitors to talk with your doctor and get the annual flu vaccine if it is recommended.

All visits will take place in a designated room in the community. To maintain a healthy environment, there will be no visits in resident rooms or neighborhoods except for compassionate care purposes.

However, we will continue to offer virtual visits with residents at all times.

Please call your United Church Homes community to learn how to schedule a 30-minute, in-person visit.

Skilled nursing residents may now receive indoor visitors, as well as schedule outdoor visits with family members, weather permitting.  Because the COVID-19 situation is a fluid one, visitation policies may change at any time and without notice.

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

Our goal is to maintain a healthy and safe environment for residents, staff, and guests. All guests will be screened upon arrival for signs and symptoms of illness. Guests and residents must wear masks and are encouraged to maintain safe physical distancing and minimize physical contact during visits.  We reserve the right to test visitors for COVID-19 at the sole discretion of the community.

Before scheduling your visit, please read these CDC tips on how to protect yourself and others. We also advise visitors to talk with your doctor and get the annual flu vaccine if it is recommended.

However, we will continue to offer virtual visits with residents at all times.

Please call your United Church Homes community to learn how to schedule a 30-minute, in-person visit.

United Church Homes independent living residents may welcome guests in their residences, and in designated common areas, set aside for visitation. Our communities are sanitizing common areas and high-touch surfaces in the community for your safety, and we are urging residents and guests to continue practicing important safety precautions as well, even after they receive the COVID-19 vaccine. That includes wearing masks at all times, washing hands or using sanitizer before and after your visit, and maintaining safe social distancing. We recommend that residents limit visits to close family members or those who are providing vital services such as personal care and support, shopping or transportation to appointments. These recommendations apply to:

  • Affordable Housing
  • Glenwood Community (IL only)
  • Trinity Community at Fairwood
  • Trinity Community at Miami Township


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COVID-19 News and Resources

Staying up to date in a rapidly changing environment can be difficult. Stay informed on all the latest COVID-19 news from United Church Homes communities below.

 

 

 

 

 

Trinity Community at Miami Township Residents Help Neighbors and Deployed Troops Mask Up

Residents of Trinity Community at Miami Township, a United Church Homes community, have been sewing cloth masks for their neighbors and deployed troops. …

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South Haven Woods Residents Benefit from Emergency Grant from Cleveland Foundation

A Bedford, Ohio, affordable housing community was one of 13 organizations that received funding from the Greater Cleveland COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund, the Cleveland Foundation announced in July. …

Is It Safe to Move During COVID-19?

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As federal and state restrictions begin to ease amid the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be wondering if it’s safe to move to a new home. While moving now requires extra precautions, the good news is you or your loved one should be able to relocate safely to a new residence – even into independent or assisted living in a retirement community. …

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