States have recently opened up visitation to family members and in-person tours by appointment as long as the state and local health department requirements are met by the community. Visitors are still required to adhere to our policies and guidelines, like masks and temperature taking.
The Right Choice Now. The Right Choice Tomorrow
Today’s families are navigating new realities and envisioning new futures with a deep focus on the safety, health and well-being of their most vulnerable members. But here’s a bit of good news: Meridian Senior Living communities are safer than ever.
In March of 2020, we took swift action to address the COVID-19 pandemic and protect our residents, team members and communities from the spread of the virus. We implemented new policies and procedures, increased staff training and education — and we didn’t stop there. Screening, testing, and vaccinations are now our safety best practices. Our communities also adhere to all relevant guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as well as local and state Department of Health guidelines.
Community living still offers older adults a daily dose of socialization along with a greater sense of security and safety. And we’re committed to keeping it that way.
We're Prepared for What's Happening Now & What Happens Next
We’re working hard to ensure life in our communities remains vibrant and safe for everyone. S.A.F.E. Together represents Meridian Senior Living’s commitment to our residents, families and staff to do all we can to plan for a cautious reopening of our communities.
Safety has always been an important part of senior living, now we’re taking it to the next level.
- COVID-19 vaccine clinics: All of our communities have completed at least two vaccine clinics to inoculate residents and staff as an extra measure for safety. We also help new residents access the vaccine.
The people make the place.
- Good neighbors support good health: Social connections are important for older adults and can reduce the risk of cognitive decline, depression, heart disease.
- Safer and stronger together: Now is when community matters most. Living alone can be challenging, especially today — communal living means someone is always there.
Senior living is still an ideal option for people who want to live well.
- All of the perks, none of the chores: We take care of housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, medication management and more.
- Social connections for every day: Our Life Enrichment Coordinators are finding creative ways to nurture social connections that contribute to cognitive, spiritual and physical well-being.
Our assisted, independent and memory care senior living communities are vibrant — and safer than ever. Are you ready to find your community?
Frequently Asked Questions
Meridian Senior Living communities were in the first tier of distribution for the COVID-19 vaccine and have successfully completed at least two vaccination clinics. The vaccine is an important first step to returning our communities back to normal and protecting those most vulnerable to the virus. For those who need our care or who may be researching senior living for a loved one, the vaccine may give them more peace of mind to receive the care they need and the lifestyle they deserve.
To learn more about the vaccine, here are a few resources
Vaccine Specific Questions
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