Jewish Senior Life has taken a safe and conservative approach to protect our residents and staff, and we will continue this approach going forward. We continue to follow the CDC and NYS Department of Health guidelines for infection control.
As of February 3, 2022, we have received guidance just issued by DOH regarding staff booster shots and visitor testing. The following are some highlights of the guidance:
We continue to provide the opportunity for families to join their loved ones at any of our off-home activity programs. You are more than welcome to join your loved one at a program in the Cottage Community room, outdoors on our campus or at programs within the main building in the Sands Center or Art Room. Families are encouraged to check out the OMA Art Exhibit in our Sokol Porch or stop in for a quick gift at the Gift Shop.
Programs that are being held in individual homes within the cottages or on the households within the Tower are not opened up for families to attend at this time. These areas are for residents only as they are shared common areas within our campus.