COVID-19 Status Report from Assisted Living Cottages by Unlimited Care - Unlimited Care Cottages

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COVID-19 Status Report from Assisted Living Cottages by Unlimited Care

At Unlimited Care Cottages, we’re committed to providing the best care and protection for our residents. We’ve remained committed to that goal throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, always doing our best to keep our residents safe. The situation is still ongoing. But we are proud to announce that every personal care cottage, resident, and staff member is completely free of COVID-19!

While we’re very grateful that our residents and care partners are safe, we recognize that the coronavirus pandemic is not over and we must remain vigilant. Here’s a quick look at our plan moving forward to continue keeping our memory care community safe and preventing the spread of COVID-19.

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How We’re Protecting Guests & Residents

At this time we are continuing to tour via FaceTime or other online media sources. We are performing phone assessments to qualify our potential new guests. These protocols are in place to ensure new guests and our current families are healthy and safe. As of right now, we are only accepting guests in open rooms.

Available Spaces in Our Cottages

Our senior living communities have spaces available for senior care. Currently, Unlimited Care Cottages has space available in:

Preventing the Spread

Unlimited Care Cottages assisted living cottages are taking the necessary steps towards preventing the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Our local senior caretakers and full-time employees are taking all the necessary precautions and following medical advice provided by the CDC for our beloved seniors and dementia care residents. 

Join the conversation to learn more about caring for seniors during the threat of coronavirus.