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As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, one task many seniors are concerned about is grocery shopping. Personal contact with fellow shoppers who might be unknowing carriers can cause apprehension. Not knowing how long the virus may remain on food items is another legitimate concern. Finding ways to keep your pantry and refrigerator full without putting your health at risk is essential
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, some may grow weary of continued social distancing and infection control protocols that are in place to help limit the spread of the virus. But, as the virus continues to spread globally, it’s important to continue to take steps to help safeguard each other and ourselves.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sunrise has closely monitored and implemented guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other health and government agencies to help inform internal policies and shape essential expanded infection control and social distancing protocols.
While the global COVID-19 pandemic has changed all our lives significantly, it has created a particularly challenging environment for our residents and the team members who care for them.
The uncertain times we are living in during the COVID-19 pandemic can make day-to-day life stressful and challenging for all of us. If an older loved one resides in a senior living community, you may find yourself worrying about their safety.
Below, see a video from Meghan Lublin, Sunrise SVP of Marketing & Communications, regarding Sunrise's response to COVID-19. Below the video, see a letter from Meghan
There is a reason why it’s called “comfort food,” why we bring meals to help loved ones after the birth of a new baby, or support our neighbors with home cooked dishes after they’ve experienced a loss. There is a reason why family recipes are sacred things passed along from generation to generation, why family dinners are cherished moments, and why the kitchen is considered the heart of the home. The reason is that food does so much more than just fill the stomach. Food feeds the soul.
Our Sunrise leaders are amazed by and grateful for the dedication of community team members to serving residents, families, and your fellow team members with dignity and joy. Below, please read a message from Kelly Myers, senior vice president of Sales.