We are closely tracking the spread of coronavirus. While the number of cases remains low, we are exercising an abundance of caution to do everything possible to protect the safety and wellbeing of residents, families and staff.
Our primary focus, as always, is to mitigate the risk of infection while also being prepared to implement a safe and comprehensive containment and protection plan should any of our residents or staff become infected with COVID-19.
We ask for your support as we work proactively to prevent exposure.
- As is always the case, if you have any symptoms of illness, including coughing or sneezing, please do not visit our communities
- Our facilities and maintenance staff will continue to implement best practices for cleaning and sanitizing
- Our nursing staff will monitor illnesses and consult with the department of health if they observe individuals with symptoms or circumstances which seem to match those related to COVID-19
We encourage everyone to review best practices for keeping illness at bay.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention always recommends everyday actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases.
- Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
- Avoid touching eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
- Avoid contact with people who are sick; stay home while sick and avoid close contact with others
- Get plenty of sleep; exercise regularly; drink plenty of fluids; eat nutritious food; manage stress levels
We have open lines of communication with the Kitsap Department of Health, and the Washington State Department of Health.
We ask for everyone’s patience as we continue to monitor developments and work to ensure we’re doing everything possible to keep our loved ones safe.
The news surrounding COVID-19 changes often. In order to stay well-informed, here are some good resources that are updated frequently: