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The global pandemic we are all currently navigating has certainly made many of us re-evaluate the things we previously took for granted. Being able to see loved ones in person is certainly an item at the top of people’s minds as the months away from each other become longer and longer. However, as of October 7, 2020, Still Hopes has been thrilled to be able to offer outdoor visitation for all of our licensed neighborhoods. These include our Skilled Nursing neighborhoods, Assisted Living neighborhood, Memory Care neighborhood, and Rehabilitation neighborhood.

Since the beginning of October, Still Hopes has had almost 100 visits, which take place at the outdoor visitation stations on our campus. To say the reunions have been touching would be a vast understatement. “Having outdoor visitation at Still Hopes has been such a blessing. It is so emotional seeing families reunited after not being able to be physically close for months. While everyone is very grateful for Still Hopes’ efforts to keep residents safe during the pandemic, we are even more grateful for their patience and support. We will all continue to walk down this road together, but we are thrilled to be able to offer outdoor visitation as an option for our residents and loved ones.” says Nikki Robertson, Still Hopes’ Director of Health Services.

If you are interested in scheduling an outdoor visit with a resident of our licensed neighborhoods, please visit stillhopes.org/covid-19 and click on the document titled “Outdoor Visitation Guidelines with Visitor Consent Form”