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Visitor Requirements

Many Erickson Living-managed communities are now open for visits with family and friends. Please call your specific community to confirm that visits are now permitted.

  • All visitors must answer COVID-19 screening questions before gaining entry to the community.
  • Visitors who have traveled internationally, on a cruise ship, or outside the contiguous United States will not be permitted to enter the community.
  • Any state-specific travel restrictions should also be considered before you make the decision to visit.
  • Visitors are required to follow all directional signage, practice safe social distancing, and wear a face mask as they move through public areas of the community.
  • Visits must take place within the resident's apartment home or outdoors.

There are additional restrictions for continuing care visitors. We are protecting our most vulnerable residents as follows:

  • Restricting all visitation, except for certain compassionate care situations. In those cases, visitors will be limited to the specific resident’s room only.
  • Screening all staff for COVID-19 symptoms. This includes a temperature check.
  • Requiring that all essential visitors undergo a temperature check before entering, and wear a surgical mask while in continuing care to prevent the spread of germs.
  • Asking essential visitors to limit the surfaces they touch and use good hand hygiene to prevent the spread of germs.
  • Asking essential visitors to refrain from any physical contact with the residents and staff members. This includes shaking hands, hugging, and kissing.
  • Closure of all dining rooms and adopting in-room dining for all residents in continuing care. Residents that require assistance to dine will have monitoring in place.
  • Canceling of all group activities and moving to in-room engagement.

Continuing care visitors are also required to monitor themselves for COVID-19 symptoms every day for 14 days after their visit and are instructed to contact the community’s administration immediately if they develop flu-like symptoms, a fever, or cough.