Notes From Our Residents & Families

“Although the Coronavirus pandemic has caused many changes here in the Manor, and things are far from business-as-usual for the residents, the entire staff has been working hard.  Their efforts – all of them – are certainly what we would deem above-and-beyond-the-call-of duty!  In all cases, the changes in routine have been proactive and well planned. Group activities, limited to the first ten residents to show up, are still going on:  exercise class offered twice a day, Stitchers three times per week, chorus, movies, programs offered from resident’s own library of DVDs on travel attractions, etc.  Exercise bicycles are available and many residents walk around the campus weather permitting or walk the hallways.  Social distancing is observed, and masks are worn when appropriate distances become difficult to maintain.  Masks were made by a group of women to supply the staff and the residents.  Staff members take orders in advance and do limited grocery shopping for residents.  Grace’s Place Cafe is still offering its daily specials, which must be phoned in and are delivered.  A huge effort is being put forth by the kitchen and dining room staff, with dinners being delivered to each apartment instead of residents eating in the dining room.  The dinners are ordered a day in advance from a limited menu and packaged assembly-line fashion.  Although these changes have required adjustments, what a terrific job everyone is doing!  Smiles and upbeat conversation abound.  We will get through this!” 

Paul & Judy Kroll, GreenField Manor Residents

The GreenFields resident





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