United Church Homes COVID-19 Resources
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. Staff will advise guests and residents regarding masks, and we encourage you to continue to maintain safe physical distancing, minimize physical contact and practice good hand hygiene during visits. We reserve the right to test visitors for COVID-19 at the sole discretion of the community. For more information, please read these tips for safe visiting.
We continue to work with our local health departments to provide the most up to date guidance for our community to ensure visits are a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone.
Before arriving for your visit, please read these CDC tips on how to protect yourself and others. We also advise visitors to talk with your doctor and encourage you to get the COVID-19 vaccine if your physician recommends it for you. Click here for the latest nursing home guidance from CMS.
We will continue to offer virtual visits with residents at all times.
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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.
Residents of Trinity Community at Miami Township, a United Church Homes community, have been sewing cloth masks for their neighbors and deployed troops. …
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. …
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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