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COVID-19 Update – 11/29/21
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Byron Center Manor has stayed up to date with safety protocols and recommendations from experts. Our residents enjoy the privacy of personal living spaces, engaging activities, assistance from trained caregivers, and the company of neighbors who become friends. If you have any immediate concerns or questions, please call (616) 878-3300 or contact us online.
INDOOR & OUTDOOR VISITATION PERMITTED
INDEPENDENT LIVING: NO VISITATION RESTRICTIONS OR SCHEDULING IN ADVANCE. Simply sign in at Door 5 (Main IL entrance) to complete the visitor log and COVID screening.
ASSISTED LIVING & MEADOW PLACE:
There are no time or number of visitor restrictions or scheduling in advance.
Visitors (ages 2+) are encouraged to wear masks.
Visitors who have a positive viral test for COVID-19, symptoms of COVID-19, or currently meet the criteria for quarantine, should NOT enter the facility.
No time limit, but we still encourage limiting time in highly populated places. Off-campus visits still need to have resident and visitors screened when picking up and dropping off resident. Please give an estimated time of return. If the resident is away overnight, please coordinate with the Neighborhood Manager prior to the absence, so the proper measures are taken.
Residents may go out for any type of appointment now.
Our dining has returned to communal with social distancing measures in place as needed.
OFF-SITE GROCERY SHOPPING
For Assisted Living and Independent Living residents, families may take their resident out for grocery shopping trips. Family and resident sign-in and sign-out required.
Catholic Communion and Sunday Church Services have resumed.
Quarantine is not required upon return as long as no signs or symptoms display during their time away or upon return.
Staff will continue to wear their masks at all times while in licensed buildings.
We will continue to test all staff and residents per Health Department Guidelines only as needed.
VACCINATION / BOOSTER
Vaccinations will be done through a pharmacy for residents 65 years or older. For our comprehensive vaccination policy, contact the office at 616-878-3300.
*These policy requirements and guidelines are subject to change without notice, as we are subject to the advisement of the Health Department for the most relevant and adequate protections for the safety of our residents and their families, as well as our staff.