Secured.
  • Meal delivery to the door
  • Virtual visits and window visits
  • Door-to-door activities
  • Maximum testing of residents and team members to control spread
  • Families receive regular communication on residents’ and community status
  • Visitors may not enter the community – visiting is conducted virtually or at resident windows
  • Dedicated staff and quarantine options for positive and negative residents
  • Preventative cleaning and other precautions at maximum frequency
Paused.
  • Meal delivery to the door
  • Increased testing of residents and team to control spread
  • Group activities limited to 5 residents and social distancing
  • Outdoor visits open
  • Residents enjoy gathering in small groups of 5 or fewer for socializing and learning while social distancing and wearing masks
  • Testing and updates based on regional situation and recommendations
  • More opportunities for visitors as allowed by weather and regulations
  • Communal dining paused as residents are served in apartments to avoid spread
  • Preventative cleaning and other precautions increase in frequency from “Clear”
Clear.
  • Social-distanced dining
  • Group activities limited to 10 residents and social distancing
  • Scheduled indoor visits with screening in place
  • Indoor amenities open for residents
  • Testing of residents and team to root out possible cases
  • All social distanced visitation options are open
  • Group activities encouraged with 10 or fewer residents for socializing and enrichment while social distancing and wearing masks
  • In-house amenities reopen, such as beauty salons and barber shops
  • Preventative cleaning and other precautions by team members
Open.
  • Minimal risk
  • Full dining options
  • In-person visits possible
  • Restoration of all services
  • Possible when the community and region are deemed safe by state regulations
  • Normal dining and other amenities resume
  • All visitation and communication options restored
  • Continued updates for families and friends
Status updated on December 11th 2020.

Frequently Asked Questions

Every community has enjoyed plentiful stocks of personal protective equipment (PPE) to keep team members and residents safe. We meet or exceed federal, state and local guidelines for independent and assisted living facilities regarding the pandemic. We have identified Phases to proactively communicate the current status of COVID-19 restrictions and resident engagement.

IntegraCare’s four Phases are named to show the situation in and around each of our communities. The most elevated Phase – “secured” – involves the strictest precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 because of an elevated risk. One of the least elevated Phases – “clear” – allows more movement while preventing positive cases.

Residents at IntegraCare communities may expect their daily lives to change significantly with change of a Phase. Meal service, visit types and activities available in common spaces are likely to alter with each change. Families will receive information regarding their communities more often if Phases are elevated.

Factors inside and outside of IntegraCare communities may cause a Phase change. A resident or team member testing positive results in an automatic “secured” Phase, followed by Phases with fewer restrictions as community members remain free of COVID-19. The prevalence of COVID-19 in the home county of the community may also elevate the Phase, regardless of how the community has been affected.

Communities in a paused Phase may schedule outdoor visits as weather permits, while indoor visits are possible during an open Phase. In-person visits must be delayed during a secured Phase. Visitors may be screened, including temperature checks and pulse oximetry. The large number of requests limits visits to 30 minutes and one household of visitors per resident per day. We are happy to support a virtual visit at any scheduled time.

Every community has enjoyed plentiful stocks of personal protective equipment (PPE) to keep team members and residents safe. We meet or exceed federal, state and local guidelines for independent and assisted living facilities regarding the pandemic. We have identified Phases to proactively communicate the current status of COVID-19 restrictions and resident engagement.

IntegraCare’s four Phases are named to show the situation in and around each of our communities. The most elevated Phase – “secured” – involves the strictest precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 because of an elevated risk. One of the least elevated Phases – “clear” – allows more movement while preventing positive cases.

Residents at IntegraCare communities may expect their daily lives to change significantly with change of a Phase. Meal service, visit types and activities available in common spaces are likely to alter with each change. Families will receive information regarding their communities more often if Phases are elevated.

Factors inside and outside of IntegraCare communities may cause a Phase change. A resident or team member testing positive results in an automatic “secured” Phase, followed by Phases with fewer restrictions as community members remain free of COVID-19. The prevalence of COVID-19 in the home county of the community may also elevate the Phase, regardless of how the community has been affected.

Communities in a paused Phase may schedule outdoor visits as weather permits, while indoor visits are possible during an open Phase. In-person visits must be delayed during a secured Phase. Visitors may be screened, including temperature checks and pulse oximetry. The large number of requests limits visits to 30 minutes and one household of visitors per resident per day. We are happy to support a virtual visit at any scheduled time.

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