updated Dec 2020

SLR’s Response to Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

Preparing for the vaccine.

Residents and staff of Senior Living Residences’ 17 Assisted Living communities in MA, CT and NH are preparing to be vaccinated in clinics provided by CVS Health/Omnicare starting soon.

Ensuring the health and well-being of our residents and employees continues to be our highest priority.

Senior Living Residences’ Response Readiness Action Plan was activated at the start of the pandemic following expert public health guidelines. Because our resident population is more vulnerable than the general public, we have intensive measures in place with their well-being in mind. Every one of these measures will continue to be followed even after our residents and staff have been vaccinated until it is absolutely safe to discontinue them – from social distancing and mask wearing to our own robust safety protocols, including screening, testing and sanitizing. 

Our universal infection control practices include:
  • Daily Covid health screen for all residents and associates health, including temperature taking
  • Consistent reinforcement of proper hand washing, physical distancing and mask wearing
  • Intensive ongoing Universal Precaution (infection control) training for all SLR employees, including safe use of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
  • Enhanced health assessment and stringent screening for new residents moving into our communities
  • Frequent disinfection of high-touch areas – doorknobs, elevator buttons, faucets and handrails – with CDC approved antibacterial/germicidal cleaning materials 
  • Frequent deep cleaning of high-traffic common areas such as dining rooms and activity spaces
  • Relentless focus on procuring PPE (masks, gloves, goggles, gowns, booties) and cleaning supplies for the protection of associates and residents

Click here for SLR’s Covid Protocols for residents & staff who test positive or are symptomatic.

SLR is committed to timely public communication of any pertinent updates and changes in our protocols, as we continually monitor and follow guidance from our local Boards of Health, State Departments of Public Health, and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). 

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