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As a part of our Clean.Safe.Engaged. commitment, New Perspective is taking steps to promote a healthy and safe environment while residents remain active and social in a vibrant, welcoming and supportive community.

and how we are staying safe and connected during this global crisis

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Cleaning, Protection and Monitoring

Our protocols are intended to protect our residents, team members, and visitors. Our Clean. Safe. Engaged. approach includes:

Screening

Pre-Entry Screening
As a part of our infectious disease prevention efforts, All individuals are required to complete and clear the Visitor Infections Disease Screening before being permitted to move from the screening location. Visitors are also asked to complete the exit screening prior to leaving the building.

Cleaning and Disinfecting

Hand Hygiene
Our team members and residents are trained in proper hand-hygiene protocols. We have hand sanitizing stations at entrances and throughout the building.

High-touch Surface Cleaning
Our commitment includes thorough cleaning and disinfecting of frequently touched surfaces. For example, we use Bioesque botanical disinfectant, a natural, safe, and effective thyme-based cleaner that kills COVID-19 in under a minute and Norovirus in 4 minutes while also sanitizing soft surfaces and eliminating allergens. This all-natural cleaner is safe around people, while killing the viruses, bacteria and other bad stuff we don’t want here with us.

Electrostatic Disinfecting
Use of electrostatic equipment is another key part of our safety protocols, helps ensure sanitizers come in contact with and adhere to surfaces during spraying for more thorough cleaning.

Clorox, Lysol and Bioesque Solutions

Protection

Personal protective equipment (PPE): As part of our Clean. Safe. Engaged. commitment, we follow the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance recommending use of face coverings to limit the spread of viruses. Our team members and visitors wear masks, and team members also wear eye protection to prevent the spread of infection.

Monitoring

Observation
We have an entire team of people devoted to caring for our residents, so we notice changes – such as a shift in mood, energy level or appetite – that may be a sign of illness.

Timely Updates
We stay informed about the latest developments and health updates from the CDC, state, and local health authorities. We educate our team accordingly and communicate information to our residents, tenants and designated representatives in a timely manner so everyone is informed.

Safety and cleanliness procedures at each community may be adjusted in consideration of health department requirements and guidance.

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Staying Connected

Research shows that most older adults are happier, healthier, and safer being part of a community. At New Perspective, our residents are staying safely connected with loved ones while enjoying being active and social in a vibrant, welcoming, and supportive community.

Connecting with Family

In-person visits
As allowed by state and local health guidelines, we welcome pre-arranged visits by family members indoors and outside following safety precautions. Where states do not allow for in-apartment visits, we offer plexiglass booths so families can be nearer to their loved ones.

Online video chats
Chats with family and friends are an important way to ensure residents remain engaged. We help with technology setup to make things easy. And, we use our iN2L to conduct video chats with friends and family for our residents.

Socializing with our community

Unlike living at home (where older adults have to choose between feeling isolated or putting their health at risk through exposure to public touchpoints), everything our residents need is conveniently located under one roof – from exercise and physical therapy to food, socializing and entertainment. New Perspective residents can stay active by:

  • Participating in small group activities and pursuing personal hobbies with safety modifications
  • Enjoying interaction with fellow residents and team members through socially distanced activities.
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Dining

Each day, you’ll enjoy delicious meals made from scratch by our chefs using fresh ingredients, locally sourced whenever possible. Meals are prepared using only the best, high quality ingredients and brands – our contracts with food providers ensure we remain well supplied, so there’s never any shortage of food items like on grocery store shelves. Depending upon state and local guidance, we offer two dining options.

Room Service with meals delivered directly to you.

Dining room service with meals served safely in a restaurant-like setting with physical distancing and mask protocols in place.

Special events and activities include happy-hour carts and build-your-own ice cream sundaes brought to your door and, weather permitting, outdoor picnics.

“Thank you for all you are doing for our mom, the residents, and your staff. We are worried about her and miss seeing her, but feel she is in the best place she could be. Thank you!”

Family Member of Resident, April 2020