The social aspect of dining is one of the most important parts of mealtime, but COVID-19 has stopped that (temporarily). All residents are getting room service during the pandemic, and today meal trays came with a bit of cheer. Sarah V, from AEC Home Care, thought these sweet notes might give a smile to a solitary
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Our first priority is always residents’ health and safety, but the COVID-19 pandemic makes this more challenging. While we’ve enacted strict protocols to help prevent the spread of the virus, we encourage families to continue connecting. Modern technology can help with this!
One solution we’ve come up with is face-to-face visits with an audio
No residents or staff members have symptoms or a diagnosis of COVID-19.
We are monitoring daily and taking extreme precautions with staff and residents to limit our community’s exposure. We remain at risk level ORANGE.
A huge thanks to our team members who continue to work diligently keeping our residents safe and as comfortable as possible
You may ask, are our residents going stir crazy being isolated all the time? We hope not. We are working hard to help make sure social distancing doesn’t mean isolation.
Exercise is a fundamental part of keeping your body and immune system healthy. So, we do what we can to make sure exercise still goes
We’ve all seen those hand sanitizing kiosks popping up around Alameda. But now, everyone is realizing it’s good old honest-to-goodness soap and water that’s fighting the COVID-19 bug best. That’s why we’ve set a full hand washing station at the entrance to the Waters Edge Lodge. (Don’t worry friends of Elders Inn, there’s one headed
No one including Residents or Staff have shown any signs or symptoms of COVID-19.
We have received additional guidelines from the CA Department of Health and CA Department of Social Services, so we are implementing additional protocols.
We have increased the risk to level ORANGE. The virus is not present, but in accordance with the new precautions
Updates as of 3/13/2020
No Residents or Staff have shown any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. However, we have received new direction from both the CA Department of Health and CA Department of Social Services, so we are implanting new protocols. To assist with this, we have created our own tier
Dear Residents, Family, and Visitors of the Elders Inn, and The Waters Edge Lodge,
We are writing this letter to inform you of the proactive measures we are implementing to protect our community from the risks and spread of the Corona Virus, COVID-19. As you are aware, the virus COVID-19 is present in Alameda County,
In a really well reported video by NBC Bay Area, our volunteer pianist Chris Nguyen at The Waters Edge Lodge has made headlines as the star of the evening news. Make sure to click through to the link below to watch the full video.
12-Year-Old Piano Prodigy Plays for Neighborhood Seniors
-Kelsey H. has worked with us for more than half a decade now at 7 years bringing smiles and joy to our staff and residents alike as MCA and Activities coordinator.
When Kelsey interviewed for the job of Activities coordinator at Elders Inn she flat out said with determination, “This is the job I want
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