Mennonite Village is following local and state guidelines, as well as from the Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services (CMS). Through this guidance, Mennonite Village has restricted access to all care areas. These areas include:
- Quail Run Assisted Living
- Mennonite Home Skilled Nursing
- Lydia’s House Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care
- Mary’s Place Adult Foster Home
Each of these areas now allow outdoor visitations. For specific information regarding outdoor visitations, please contact the care area directly.
We have a clinical task force meeting at a minimum of once a week to openly communicate and share best practices and protocols.
All group activities have been canceled, and the Ashwood Court Restaurant Dining room has been closed. Meals are being delivered directly to residents in our Independent Living homes and apartments.
All activities within Mennonite Village Independent Living have been suspended.
The Lakeside Center Fitness Center is now open to residents by appointment only. The center is open mornings and afternoons, limiting the number of residents using the facility at any one time to ensure proper safety precautions. At this time, salons on the Mennonite Village campus are open only to residents in our care areas.
Mandatory COVID testing of all employees of Mennonite Village began Monday, August 17. To date, there have been no positive tests. Each staff member will be tested once a month beginning in October. Mandatory testing of residents in our care areas begins the week of September 7, 2020.
All staff, visitors, and vendors entering Mennonite Home, Quail Run Assisted Living, Lydia’s House, Mary’s Place, or the Mennonite Village administrative building are being screened. Mennonite Village requests the staff, residents, and approved essential visitors of the community to follow the recommendations of the CDC and wear face masks in all public settings (grocery stores, pharmacies, post office, public parks, etc.) in addition to maintaining social distancing.
Please refer to this website for regular updates.
For further education on COVID-19 its symptoms and how to protect yourself and family members, visit the Centers for Disease Control website at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html.