COVID Update for July 22, 2021
With Stage 3 now in place things are continuing to move closer to the new normal. First, care conferences will resume starting in September via Zoom. Details will be sent out in August.
Now that residents can go out, formal outdoor visits are discontinued and FaceTime visits conducted on an as-needed basis. This will free Activation staff for more programming. To that end evening programs have started this week. One week they will run on Tuesday and Thursday and the following week on Tuesday and Wednesday. Bus trips are also planned for August and will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.
For those who require Pan Bio testing (not vaccinated or not fully vaccinated) will be done twice a week.
In order to prevent pests from entering the building it is imperative that if families bring in food it is to be consumed during the visit and not left behind. Please be aware that residents are offered snacks three times a day.
With the Delta Variant around, we still need to practice good infection control. If you have not yet been vaccinated, we would encourage you to do so. This will protect you, your family as well as the residents and staff here at Nisbet.
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At the Manor, common areas and activity rooms will open as of Monday, July 26th. Those using those spaces like the library will be required to sanitize (supplies provided) space before and after use and complete contact tracing forms and drop them off at the office after each visit. Our target for the opening of the Boehmer Dining Room is mid-August. Thank you for your ongoing cooperation.
Precision Property Management
Everyone here is devoted to ensuring high-quality professional and compassionate care for every resident of Nisbet Lodge. We also work so that tenants of McClintock Manor enjoy life to the fullest.
To accomplish that, I am privileged to lead a committed and skilled staff. We are fortunate to have dedicated volunteers and Board members, and a very significant roster of community partners.
Nisbet Lodge is a charitable, not-for-profit organization, a home that cares for just over 100 seniors. We offer residents accommodation and care that fulfills the needs of today’s seniors, in a Christian environment.
McClintock Manor is an apartment building for seniors who can live on their own. We provide 62 apartments where seniors can live independently in a “good-neighbour community.
The Nisbet Lodge McClintock Manor Foundation exists to support the present and future work of both the Lodge and the Manor. Started in 1993, the Foundation raises funds for capital projects that benefit both the Lodge and Manor.
Your gifts are crucial, as we always must find additional funds to cover many important needs of our residents and tenants. We value every gift and every donor either it is a donation or volunteering.