Our Response to COVID-19
As the circumstances surrounding the coronavirus continue to develop, Unlimited Care Cottages is committed to providing your loved ones with a safe place to reside.
Dear Unlimited Care Cottage Families,
We know many of you are concerned about the spread of COVID-19 and how it has impacted our cottages. Rest assured, the safety and health of each of our residents is our first priority. At this time, we are happy to share that we have not had any positive cases. We are still on a secure status and are continuing to monitor updates provided by the CDC and THHS.
With that being said, we are currently accepting new residents and are offering personal tours through FaceTime or other media avenues. Every new resident is asked to follow a number of safety protocols including a phone assessment, negative COVID-19 test result, and self-quarantine measures.
Our ultimate goal during this uncertain time is to be the best-suited option of care for existing and future residents. If you are considering assisted living for your loved one, we encourage you to contact us. We are making every effort to ensure you have the information you need to make the best decision for your particular situation.
Buck & Terri Buckholtz
Owners, Unlimited Care Cottages
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The greatest threat of coronavirus comes from the outside. Our cottages are designed to accommodate a small group, allowing us to monitor all of the interactions between our residents and caregivers.
COVID-19 | Frequently Asked Questions
We remain 100% committed to limiting exposure to our residents, family members, and caregivers. In order to ensure this commitment, we are following the necessary guidelines to minimize the risk of exposure within each of our cottage families.
Here are the steps that we’re taking in and out of our communities to ensure safety and continued health for your loved ones.
What are you doing to keep residents safe?
Limited engagement to small groups and in settings where 6 feet of distance between individuals can be maintained. Asking residents to wear masks when outside of the cottages.
Multiple daily temperature checks for all residents.
Scheduling FaceTime/ Skype sessions for residents and families.
What are you doing to keep staff safe?
Frequent disinfecting of commonly touched environmental surfaces to decrease environmental contamination.
Caregivers providing direct care wear PPE.
All caregivers and volunteers are equipped with proper PPE in the event of a positive COVID-19 case.
Caregivers complete the screening questionnaire and have temperature taken daily.
Strict adherence to CDC hand washing and hand sanitizer guide.