Coronavirus has brought a number of changes to daily life and work at our facility. Visitation has been restricted for several weeks. All staff have their temperatures taken multiple times a day and are screened for any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Our Resident Care Connection and Telehealth program is in full-swing, with numerous family and provider video calls taking place for our residents everyday.
(Pictured: Selena, a Resident Relations Associate at Cedar Haven Healthcare Center in Lebanon, assists a resident during a Resident Care Connection Call)
Here are a few responses from family members who have utilized this service:
“I want to express my deep appreciation for this wonderful provision offered to us! Theresa is very kind and considerate. To still have some contact with mom means so much to me. Thank You!”
“It was awesome we are elated to be able to see our Uncle.”
“We appreciate that you gave private family time. Thank you for that, and the overall effort.”
It’s hard to express just how much we appreciate our one-of-a-kind team and very own “Healthcare Heros” at Cedar Haven. This team goes above and beyond to help our residents enjoy life and stay safe. Thank you all for your commitment to our residents.
Please enjoy this video of a Therapeutic Recreation Dance Party Parade that was held at our facility to lift the spirits of the residents and team during these uncertain times. As always, you can view updates from our facility related to coronavirus on our dedicated COVID page: https://cedarhaven.healthcare/coronavirus
October 23, 2020 UPDATED 6pm EST As we announced previously, we held mandatory COVID testing for all staff on Wednesday of this week. Now that all of the testing results have been received, we have learned that an additional 20 staff-members are positive for the...
We would like to congratulate our Nursing Assistant Training (NAT) Program graduates on their achievement in completing the CNA program at Cedar Haven Healthcare Center. These new Nursing Assistant Trainees successfully completed a 80-hour training that prepares them...
We are pleased to congratulate our most recent group of Nursing Assistant Training (NAT) Program graduates, who celebrated their graduation this week at Cedar Haven Healthcare Center. These new Nursing Assistant Trainees completed a 80-hour training in order to...