December 17, 2021
Aloha Family Members,
We are very excited to having you visit your loved one in person. It is refreshing having visitors in the building, but we are seeing COVID case counts increase in Honolulu County. We want to be proactive and let you know that we have changed our visitation requirements for an added layer of protection for everyone.
Each visitor coming into the building will be required to wear face shields at all times. We encourage you to bring your own and we are more than happy to share what we have if you are in need of one upon entry, while supplies last.
As a reminder, our visitation guidelines are the following:
- Outdoor visits are still highly recommended. However, family group gathering or parties must be pre-arranged due to space limitation and other considerations. Please contact the office of the COO, Jerome Flores at (808) 695-2803 for groups larger than five (5).
- At this time, reservations to visit your loved one is not required.
- We recommend visits to happen during residents’ waking hours (10 AM– 6 PM).
- Please be considerate of our staff’s need to provide treatment and care to the roommates and the residents’ need for rest.
- We still are required to ensure that visitors will not pose increased risks to other residents or staff, and adhere to the core principles of COVID-19 infection prevention. Visitors must continue to wear a mask in the facility.
- While social distancing continues to be encouraged, you may have physical contact (touch or hug) with your loved one.
- Communal activities and dining are encouraged. The safest approach for everyone in a group setting, is to wear a mask when not eating or drinking and staying away from another person at a safe arm’s length distance.
- CMS continues to strongly encourage everyone to get vaccinated. If you need assistance getting your vaccination, please contact our COO.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation to keep our residents and staff safe throughout this difficult pandemic.
Mahalo and Happy Holidays!