Dear Resident or Family Member,
We remain committed to providing updates to our residents, families, and staff at AgeCare. We will be providing weekly updates to keep you all informed on what is happening at our community and organization-wide.
These weekly updates will include:
These updates will be sent by Friday each week. We hope that you find these weekly updates helpful. Thank you all for your continued support.
Director of Care
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Canadians are encouraged to wear non-medical masks in public when it’s difficult to maintain physical distancing of 2-meters at all times.
Wearing a mask in public is another tool to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. It hasn’t been proven that masks protect the person wearing it, but it can help protect people from being exposed to your germs, even if you are asymptomatic (showing no symptoms).
Masks should complement – not replace – other prevention measures. Continue physical distancing and good hand hygiene and stay home when sick.
Masks can become contaminated on the outside or when touched with hands. It’s important that masks are used and disposed of properly. If worn incorrectly, you can accidentally spread infection instead of preventing it. Guidance for wearing non-medical masks
AgeCare will provide a disposable mask for residents who must leave the community for medical or other essential appointments. However, if you would like to make or buy a reusable mask, here are some options available to you.
There are many ways to make a cloth mask. Health Canada provides instructions with sewing and no-sewing options.
Watch this video for tips on how to choose the right mask when buying.
The need to stay active, intellectually stimulated, and socially connected never ends – even during these unprecedented times. Our recreation team is working hard to create engaging activities to enrich the mind, body and spirit, while ensuring residents can maintain appropriate physical distancing.
We are thrilled to give a shout-out this week to our wonderful Cyndi Wallace! Typically, she is our Educator here at AgeCare Glenmore, but she is also a singer and musician in her life outside of work. It has been an absolute delight to have her play for our residents as she brings cheer and energy to any setting! We are always put into a better mood when she plays and you can see our lovely residents clapping and singing along to her songs. An absolutely lovely musician to have with us during this complicated time.