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Protecting Your Wellbeing: COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols

You may wonder if now is the right time to consider a move to senior living. With the optimism and additional layer of protection that the COVID-19 vaccines bring, now is definitely the right time. Seniors who stay at home face the burden of home maintenance plus the risk of malnutrition, loneliness, and social isolation. These are often linked to serious health conditions.

At Clearwater Living, we provide opportunities for residents to thrive in a supportive and welcoming environment. Along with the vaccine, our communities have COVID-19 health and safety protocols in place based on guidance from the CDC and local health officials. This includes:

  • Wearing Face Masks
  • Physical Distancing
  • Cleaning and Sanitizing High-Touch Surfaces Frequently
  • Regular Testing of New Residents and Team Members
  • Temperature Checks and Questionnaires for Team Members and Visitors When Entering the Community

We believe that purposeful connections with others, shared experiences, and community involvement is integral to overall health and wellness. Especially during challenging times. Our residents stay active and engaged through our signature Empowered Living lifestyle program. Designed around the six dimensions of wellness, our rich programming promotes a balanced lifestyle through physical activity, mental stimulation, and strong social engagement.

Through our Savor Dining program, residents enjoy an exceptional culinary experience with nourishing dishes, fresh ingredients, and diverse flavors. Let our chefs take the task of cooking off your plate.

Clearwater Living puts people first – from our residents and their families to our team members. Let us give you peace of mind with the support and connection your family deserves.

Health and safety protocols subject to change based on guidelines from the CDC and local health officials.

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