It is important to Someren Glen to keep families and residents informed during the current COVID19 crisis. Please join us for the next Family Town Hall Webinar on May 14th. We will share the latest information about our organizational efforts to combat this virus as well as answer your questions. Please send your questions to Info@clcmail.org prior to the webinar.
We hope you were able to join us for the Family Town Hall Webinar on April 30th. You will hear from Christian Living Communities and Cappella Living Solutions organizational leaders on what steps are being taken to combat the virus in the communities, you may watch the Webinar here.
Rhythms Home Care is committed to transparent communication with clients, their families and team members as we fight the COVID-19 virus. We received news this evening that a care partner has tested positive for COVID-19. The associate worked with clients in the greater community, not with older adults living at Christian Living Communities. We have contacted all clients and their families that the team member has worked with recently. To date, this is the second team member to test positive. The other team member has fully recovered from the virus.
Rhythms Home Care is following all federal, state and local government and health department guidelines, including the daily screening of our team members. Care partners are wearing masks in client’s homes.
The safety and wellbeing of everyone in the Rhythms Home Care family is our top priority and we are following stringent virus protocols and conducting virus cleanings in our vehicles.
We know this news is concerning. As always, we are available at our main number to answer your questions and concerns, at 303.757.2300.
We encourage all clients and families to report any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 to us as soon as possible so we may be of service and guidance.
Thank you for your support and grace during this difficult time. Together, we will get through this.
While some services in our city and state will re-open next week, Rhythms Home Care will continue to follow strict virus prevention protocols and guidelines from the CDC. Governor Polis’ Safer at Home Order stipulates that older adults continue to remain at home, and that community restrictions and protocols stay in place.
We also continue to ask team members to use social distancing and shelter-at-home measures when not at work. Though it is challenging, especially when the rest of the city is loosening restrictions, these steps are intended to ensure the health and safety of everyone. As client and team member safety is our top concern we continue to follow all virus protocols and are monitoring the latest research, recommendations and are talking daily with epidemiologists and medical directors at the state level.
These precautions help us protect the vulnerable older adult population we serve. We are grateful for all of you and appreciate your proactive support and efforts during this period.
We hope you were able to join us for the Family Town Hall Webinar on April 16th. Due to very high attendance, some participants were unable to join or lost the connection. You will find the complete recording of the webinar here. Additionally, there will be a new Town Hall Webinar on April 30th at 4 pm MT. You can register for that webinar with this link.
April 16th, 4pm MT | 5pm CT | 6pm ET
As always we will share the latest information about our organizational efforts to combat COVID-19 as well as answer questions people pre-submit to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The State of Colorado has issued new directives requiring team members to wear masks. These measures are taken out of an abundance of caution. The team continues extensive virus prevention protocols to help keep EVERYONE safe and well. For the most up-to-date information, please refer to this website and our Facebook page.
Area public health officials have issued a stay-at-home order for several Denver Metro area counties effective 8 a.m. Thursday, March 26th. This order means at that time, members of the public must remain in their residences except for essential medical visits, grocery shopping, and exercise.
Only essential businesses continue to operate; senior living providers are deemed as essential businesses. Rhythms Home Care employees are essential workers and will continue to support older adults in their homes and follow all virus protocols.
At this time, we DO NOT have any confirmed cases of COVID-19 for team members or clients.
We will continue to update you as the situation evolves. Please check back to this website and our Facebook page for the latest updates and information.
As always, the health and safety of our clients and team members are the number one priority. Thank you for your support during this COVID-19 health crisis.
As part of a larger senior care provider organization, Christian Living Communities, we continue to offer families ongoing education, encouragement, and reassurance about COVID-19 safety and prevention measures. Recently a Town Hall webinar was held to update families on the current status of the Senior Living communities. You can listen to the recording here. You can also get all current updates on this website and our Facebook page.
Previous Town Hall webinar available here
If you are a Rhythms Home Care client, you may be wondering if you will continue to have service and if it is safe during this difficult time. We want to reassure you that we are taking all of the necessary proactive steps and precautions to protect our clients and team members. Our parent company, Christian Living Communities, is consistently in contact with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). They keep us updated daily on the most recent recommendations and directives.
Rhythms Home Care is continuing to provide needed home care services to all of our clients. We have specific procedures in place regarding prevention and containment, including proper disinfection before entering and after leaving a client’s home. All Rhythms employees are conducting screening processes prior to entering a client’s home to provide home care services. Additionally, any team member that is not feeling well is required to stay home.
The health, safety, and wellbeing of our clients and team members is our number one priority today and every day. It is our goal at Rhythms Home Care to stay “In Step with Your Life” and that is true as we continue to provide home care services during this important time.
Learn more about the virus prevention protocols we have in place for COVID-19 as well as other viruses like Influenza and Norovirus.