Keeping Connected During Covid-19


Keeping Connected During Covid-19

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Keeping Connected During Covid-19

Seashore Gardens Living Center is committed to keeping our residents and staff safe and healthy during this challenging time. Below you will find a summary of the adjustments that we have made to our policies and procedures during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Thank you for your understanding of the precautions we have taken while keeping connected during Covid-19.

We are in need of arts and crafts supplies and would greatly appreciate donations of unused art supplies.


  • We are following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Department of Health to limit contact except for essential needs. Therefore, we have made the difficult decision to close the campus to visitors at this time.
  • Families may schedule FaceTime, Zoom or Skype calls with their loved ones. See button above.


  • We have suspended all group gatherings. We have modified our group activities to be done individually with residents in their rooms as they are maintaining appropriate social distance.
  • Our inter-generational programs have also been modified so that individual residents may enjoy them remotely.


  • Our dedicated housekeeping staff cleans high-touch areas and surfaces 3 times daily in addition to their normal cleaning routines.
  • We have strategically positioned hand sanitizer stations throughout the home so that there is always one in close proximity.

Staying Healthy

  • We monitor each resident closely, and check our residents’ vital signs 3 times a day.
  • Staff temperatures are checked upon entering SGLC.
  • Staff are required to wear masks within the Home.
  • We are also offering Telemedicine if applicable for doctor’s appointments.


  • We have limited our deliveries to the necessities only.

For more information regarding the coronavirus, please visit the CDC website.