Fellowship Square Independent Living
The CDC has issued interim recommendations for individuals who have been fully vaccinated. Please keep in mind, scientists are still learning about the COVID-19 vaccine and how it will affect the spread of the virus. According to the CDC's website, these recommendations can help individuals in the general public make decisions about daily activities after they are fully vaccinated.
The recommendations for healthcare settings, such as assisted living, are very different. We are excited and optimistic about the progress being made with infection rates in the state and county, however, we are not letting our guard down. We will continue to adhere to the best practices and safety protocols according to the CDC, as well as state and local government agencies to mitigate any future spread of COVID-19.
Amenities continue to reopen
The Main Dining Room is back open for all-day dining, from 11:00am to 6:00pm. Reservations are recommended for parties of two (2) or more. Walk-ins will be accepted based on availability. For those who prefer to dine at home, they may choose free pick-up or add a $2.00 delivery charge.
The Learning Center
The Learning Center is now open Monday through Saturday, from 9:00AM to 4:00PM. For now, it will remain closed on Sundays - but we will certainly keep you posted when that changes.
Our Transportation Department is slowly expanding capacity as well. In addition to essential trips, such as doctors' appointments, grocery stores and pharmacies, we are taking excursions off campus once again! Most recently, our residents visited the Boyce Thompson Arboretum, took a trip out to Chandler for some goat yoga and will be attending a play at the Hale Theater.
Safety protocols remain in place
While state and local mandates may have been relaxed a bit, we still require that everyone wear a mask or cloth face covering in public. This includes all visitors, staff and vendors on campus. We ask residents to please follow this mandate when outside their apartment and in common areas. To help limit exposure even further, we also ask that residents wear a face covering when answering their door.
The following safety procedures and guidelines remain in place at our senior living community:
Most importantly, please do not visit if you are not feeling well!
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