Dear Residents and Families,
We remain committed to providing updates to our residents, families, and staff at AgeCare. We are providing weekly updates to keep you all informed on what is happening in our community and organization-wide.
These updates are sent on Friday each week. We hope that you find them helpful. Thank you all for your continued support.
New Team Members at AgeCare Sagewood
Please join me in welcoming two new members of the AgeCare Sagewood administration team. Krista Schultz has joined us in the role of Office Manager and Carmen Nashchuk in the role of Social Worker for Long Term Care. We are very fortunate to have these wonderful additions to our team.
Health Quality Council of Alberta Survey
The Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA), in partnership with Alberta Health and Alberta Health Services (AHS) is conducting a new study about the experiences of those living in continuing care homes during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes individuals living in Supportive Living Level 3 (SL3), Supportive Living Level 4 (SL4), Supportive Living Level 4 Dementia (SL4D) and Long-Term Care in Alberta.
We have provided the HQCA with the contact information of residents and family for the purpose of this study. The HQCA will choose individuals from these lists and contact them directly to request their participation. Read the HCQA’s Experience Survey Fact Sheet for more information >
With fall and back-to-school upon us, we wanted to share these easy to follow “how-to’s” on selecting, wearing, and cleaning cloth masks.
Masks are recommended to be worn in public settings when you can’t stay 2 metres (6 feet) away from people who don’t live in your household. Masks help stop the spread of COVID-19 to others.
There are many choices when selecting a cloth mask. Here are some do’s and don’ts:
Note: resources were developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and adjusted slightly to align with the recommendations from the Alberta Government and Alberta Health Services.
We are happy to share that our recreation calendar is back, and many of our regular recreational activities in the community have resumed. Residents can participate in a variety of engaging activities that enrich the mind, body and spirit, while maintaining appropriate physical distancing.
There was a significant increase in what the housekeeping team is required to do on a daily basis, and they were able to make it work. We have relied on them to help us keep our residents safe.
They never fail to have a smile on their face, and they have definitely helped keep the spirits up of the residents in engaging them in conversation as well as taking part in activities such as Wacky Wednesdays. When you see one of the Housekeeping team in the hallway, please be sure and say thank for all you do!