We’ve assembled some of the information we have in the form of announcements and blog posts to help you find the information you need during the COVID-19 crisis.

COVID-19 Updated Visitation Policy for Woodcrest

Woodcrest - Updated Visitation Policy Effective Monday, April 12 We are so pleased to initiate the updated visitation policy. It has been a long road to this point, and we are beyond grateful for your patience as we navigated through this past year. Because COVID still exists, we will continue to follow appropriate safety measures.... Read more »

COVID-19 Updated Visitation Policy for Burton Court

Burton Court - Updated Visitation Policy Effective Monday, May 17, 2021 We are so pleased to initiate the updated visitation policy. It has been a long road to this point, and we are beyond grateful for your patience as we navigated through this past year. Because COVID still exists, we will continue to follow appropriate... Read more »

Five Ways to Stay Emotionally Well While Staying at Home

In these extraordinary times, when we are being urged to “go home and stay home,” it can be easy to slide into a gloomy mood. Fortunately, there are some tips and tricks you can take to help you stay serene and even upbeat while you socially distance. Look for Inspirational Stories Every day we’re bombarded… Read more »

Five Ways Seniors Can Stay Happy and Healthy While Self-Isolating

Everyone has a part to play in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and protecting the most vulnerable from the disease—which is why we must practice social distancing right now. Just because you have to stay home for your own good doesn’t mean you can’t have a front-row seat to life’s pleasures and inspirations. Here are… Read more »

Remote Medical Visits Can Protect Your Health and Help Flatten the COVID-19 Curve

As COVID-19 spreads across the United States like wildfire, sitting in a doctor’s waiting room with other patients—some of whom may be infected with this novel coronavirus—can be dangerous to your health. Luckily, in this era of social distancing, you can get treated for mild and most moderate symptoms of COVID-19 without having to step… Read more »