January 5th, 2021

Good Afternoon Families and Loved Ones,
We are saddened to announce that Public Health has recommended all health zones return to the Orange Phase of Recovery, due a significant spike of COVID-19 cases in New Brunswick. To protect your loved ones and our staff, we regret to advise that all visitation is suspended until further notice, effective midnight tonight.
This is difficult news to bear and we empathize with everyone affected by this news. Over the next few weeks, cases are expected to continue to increase. This situation is not ideal, and the containment of the virus will be dependent on everyone doing their part by staying home.
These decisions are not made lightly, and we will continue to reassess visitation restrictions on an ongoing basis. We are asking that every New Brunswicker do their part, do not take chances, stay home to keep our province and most vulnerable residents safe and healthy.
We continue to offer options for virtual or window visitation. To schedule an appointment, please contact the Pandemic Support Staff at 434-4929. It is important that you call ahead to make arrangements, the Pandemic Support line will be answered between the hours of 10:00am-4:00pm, Monday-Friday.
Thank you and stay safe,

December 24th
The holidays have arrived and our visitation schedule is booked up!
If you are interested in scheduling a visit, please call 434-4929 in advance.
Visitation hours will vary over the holiday season, if you have not already been contacted and you are unsure of visitation updates over Christmas, please call the nurses station at 432-3118 ext. 108 from December 25th-28th.

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a happy and safe Happy New Year!

December 11th, 2020

We are happy to announce that Zone 2 has returned to the yellow phase of recovery. As a result, visitation for Designated Support Persons will resume effective immediately (we will continue with our previously established schedule), and regular 45-minute visits will resume Monday, December 14th.

Designated Support Person (DSP) Guidelines:
- Limit of 1 DSP per resident
- DSP’s are able to enter the facility and interact in close proximity, while wearing approved PPE, with their loved one. DSP’s are expected to assist in supporting the social and physical
needs of their loved one.
- All DSP’s will be required to sanitize hands, have temperature checked, and be actively screened upon entry to the facility
- All DSP’s are required to wear a community mask upon entry to the facility and will be provided a surgical mask for visitation
- Zero tolerance for non-compliance with Personal Protective Equipment
- Masks (fully covering nose and mouth) and gowns must be worn at all times while in the facility
- DSP’s are required to fulfill an educational component and sign the waiver form, prior to beginning visitation.

Regular 45-Minute Visitation Guidelines:
- Any two visitors may schedule a 45-minute visit, all visitors must maintain 6-feet distance from the residents at all times
- Visits will be scheduled based on-pre-approved list of visitors selected by the resident or the residents POA
- Visitors are required to wear a community mask (fully covering nose and mouth) at all times in the facility
- Visitors will be required to sanitize hands, have temperature checked, and be actively screened upon entry to the facility. Non-compliance will not be tolerated.

All Visitation must be coordinated in advance, to coordinate a Designated Support Visit or a 45-minute visit, please call our Pandemic Support Screener, Megan, at 434-4929.

It is a great pleasure to see families reunited, especially before the holidays. The health and safety of the residents must remain everyone’s top priority. We all have a role to play in ensuring the residents continue to see loved ones over the holidays. We must accept this responsibility with the utmost importance and remain diligent in practicing proper hand sanitization, wearing a mask, maintaining appropriate social distancing, and keeping your bubble small.

We are so excited to welcome back. Thank you for your continued support and understanding.