To Our Community and The Families We Serve
As we all continue to adjust during this time of uncertainty, we want you to know that we remain open and here for you if you need us. You can be certain that the safety of our employees and the families we serve is of primary importance to us. Therefore, effective immediately we will be following all COVID-19 pandemic safety measures initiated by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Governor of Massachusetts. The precautions listed below are measures we are taking to
If you find your family is in a time of need, please reach out to us. We are always here to guide you regarding appropriate options for calling hours and services within the current restrictions. For instance, proceeding with a private, immediate family-only arrangement or immediate disposition and postponing services until it is considered safe to allow all who wish to participate to do so.
We hope you and your loved ones are staying safe. Please know that we remain vigilant in our efforts to stay up-to-date as this unprecedented situation develops and, as always, we are here to advise and assist you in any way.
Thank you for the privilege of serving you and your family.
What We’re Doing to Combat the Coronavirus:
- Limiting the number of people at calling hours and services to current recommendations – Effective immediately we will be following all COVID-19 pandemic safety precautions initiated by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Governor of Massachusetts. This is a fluid situation. We will let you know immediately as recommendations change.
- Disinfecting – In addition to our normal daily cleaning routine, we are disinfecting all areas of our facilities multiple times daily with CDC-approved disinfecting solutions.
- Hand sanitizers and wipes – these items are placed throughout our facilities for families and staff to use freely.
- Educating staff – Our staff has been educated on how to minimize the spread of germs, proper cough and sneeze etiquette, as well as the social distancing and “no touch” policies indicated in the CDC guidelines.