During these uncharted times, Blossom Ridge is making every effort possible to keep our senior living communities, our team members, and our families safe. We thank you for your patience and understanding as the entire nation works together to control this pandemic and minimize its effects.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has declared a state of emergency for Michigan, and the Centers for Disease Control has provided several actions and guidelines aimed at limiting the spread of the Coronavirus/COVID-19. These guidelines are the basis of our plan for Blossom Ridge.
Studies show that we can protect ourselves and each other with frequent handwashing and by limiting close contact. Because the safety of all individuals is our top priority, we have set limitations on visitors, dining, transportation services, and various other programs.
It’s important to note that people who appear healthy may still be carrying the virus and could therefore spread the illness. The senior population is especially vulnerable, so keeping our residents safe by implementing the following changes is crucial.
- We are asking that all non-essential visitors refrain from entering the building. Medical personnel and delivery workers will be able to enter.
- Several social events have been postponed or canceled.
- Transportation services will be limited to physician appointments only.
According to state guidelines, restrictions are expected to remain in place until April 5, 2020, and may be extended as necessary to protect the public.
If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact us by phone, email, or through our social media channels. We understand your concerns and share them with you, and we strive to maintain the trust you have in us in everything we do.
When we work together, we can protect the health of our community and our loved ones.