Posted: June 23, 2021
June 2021 Update: The CDC and CDPHE have released new guidelines allowing senior living communities more freedoms when residents and team members are fully vaccinated. Click here to learn more about these additional freedoms for residents and team members in Someren Glen’s residential (independent) living, assisted living and skilled nursing neighborhoods.
Originally published on March 11, 2021: A full and bustling dining room with laughter rising above the clank of silverware. A life-enrichment outing with every seat on the bus filled. A daughter having a quiet afternoon tea time with her mom. These are all things we long to hear and see in our community. As vaccination rates continue to improve we are working towards a phased re-opening to our community, to get back to pre-pandemic life, but with health and safety in mind.
Someren Glen’s combined resident and team member vaccination rate is available on the COVID-19 Status Update page under “Latest Vaccine Information.”
As we await more direction from our federally and state-regulated neighborhoods of assisted living and skilled nursing, our clinical and operational teams have outlined how we can safely re-open our residential living (independent living) neighborhoods. Our approach continues to be a balance between health and happiness. We are committed to following best practices and proven virus mitigation protocols while expanding community life when it is safe to do so.
This grid is broken into an early phase three and a late phase three opening plan. As you can see at the top, everything depends on the combined vaccination rate of the community. Our community is working towards this plan, we have already made some changes in some areas. It may take us a little bit longer in other areas. Our commitment is to reach full re-opening of our community within the same standards as our surrounding community. We will do so cautiously as the health and well-being of everyone who lives and works at Someren Glen are paramount. As is spreading more joy and a return to normalcy for our vibrant community afforded us with our increasing vaccination rate. For more information about a specific area of interest, give us a call at (303) 552-0215.
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