- Use cough/sneeze etiquette: into your elbow, not your hand.
- When using a tissue, dispose of the tissue immediately in the garbage and wash hand with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub
- Dispose of garbage on a regular basis and wash hands afterwards
- Clean high-touch surfaces and objects often:
- clean and disinfect items like doorknobs, light switches, railings, toilets and tabletops daily
- disinfect phones, remote controls, computers and other handheld devices
- If you feel unwell it’s best to stay home, avoid social gatherings, work, school and visiting loved ones who are in a Long-Term Care residence or Health-Care facility
- Our suggested visiting hours are from 11:00am – 8:00pm if you require further information please contact our Bayview Communication Station at ext. 226
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COVID-19 Update at Seaview Manor
Update July 14, 2021
We are pleased to announce that the province of Nova Scotia is currently in Phase 4 of the reopening process. What does this mean for us:
Indoor visits can resume in a resident’s room at long-term care facilities for all residents (fully vaccinated, partially vaccinated and not vaccinated residents). You are no longer required to contact Recreation Services to book Designated Caregiver appointments or indoor visits.
Please contact Recreation Services at extension 258 to book outdoor visits and virtual visits. Consistent with our available resources and operational requirements, outdoor visit appointments will be scheduled on Wednesday, Friday, and Sundays for residents no matter vaccination status. Virtual visits will be available on Saturday.
Fully vaccinated residents at long-term care facilities can leave the facility to visit with family in their homes (including overnight stays for no more than one night at a time). Please contact the neighbourhood in which the resident resides if taking out of the facility to ensure that the resident has everything that is needed while they are outside of Seaview Manor.
All residents can leave the facility to visit indoor and outdoor public places (like parks, stores, and restaurants).
As always, thank you for your continued support as we work our way back to new normal operations in a safe and cautious manner. Stay safe!