Aging in place, or living independently at home, is the option many older adults prefer. It’s understandable why many people desire to stay in the family home as long as possible – it is comfortable, familiar, and gives seniors a sense of independence. As health, mobility, and cognitive changes occur, you may wonder if home is a safe place for your aging parents, or if you should consider assisted living.
Meet the Team and our new Executive Director at the Retreat at Sunny Vista. We will also be talking about our resident-centric philosophy and how we impact the community from each department.
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Deadline to RSVP: 2/22/2021
Facts and Fiction of the COVID-19 vaccine Facebook Live Event
Now that we’ve hosted more than half a dozen vaccine clinics, we invite you to please join our clinical and operational leaders Thursday, January 14th at 10:30am MT for a Facebook Live discussion about the latest regarding the Facts and Fiction of the COVID-19 vaccine. We will have our Medical Director, Dr. Erick Gomer, our Vice President of Clinical and Compliance, Pat Mc Bride, RN, and CLC-Cappella’s President and CEO Jill Vitale-Aussem sharing the latest information and taking your questions live. You will also hear from one of our first residents to receive the vaccine and their experience.
To access the Facebook Live event like this page https://www.facebook.com/ChristianLivingCommunities and visit the page on January 14th at 10:30 am MT.
We are also hosting a Retreat at Sunny Vista Virtual Event.
KOAA News and Bill Folsom report on the UCHealth Mobile Clinic that delivered the COVID-19 Vaccine to Sunny Vista on Wednesday. The clinic has a plan to get the vaccine to people who may not be able to get to a health provider at their permanent locations. This is their first of what they are calling their Mobile Vaccination Clinic.
" I'm so excited, I haven't stopped talking since I heard about it yesterday," said resident Rosalie Lane.
UCHealth is also starting vaccine for people over 70 at some of its non-mobile locations. This happens as the vaccine supplies are available. People are required to sign up on-line through My Health Connection. Those joining the on-line list get an electronic notification when they meet the criteria and a dose is available.
Rosalie Lane was the first to write her name on the list when she heard that residents 70 and older could receive the vaccine. The delivery of the Pfizer vaccine to protect against COVID-19 was given by the mobile vaccine clinic team from UCHealth Memorial Hospital on Wednesday.