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Fox Run
An exterior shot of the community, featuring a lovely gazebo and a still pond, all in bloom for spring

Decisive action at Fox Run makes COVID-19 transition easier for residents

When stay-at-home orders were enacted around the country in response to the coronavirus pandemic, simple things like buying toilet paper, getting exercise, and staying in touch with loved ones became difficult.

Greenspring
The “We Can” sign, created by staff member David Dodson, demonstrates the special bond between community members and staff throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Greenspring staff goes above and beyond amid COVID-19

“Across our family of communities, residents and staff are taking extraordinary steps to protect the health and safety of our loved ones, friends, neighbors, and caregivers,” says Erickson Living CEO R. Alan Butler, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Highland Springs
Residents of Highland Springs, standing on their  patios, enjoy Nelsie Petersen’s piano melodies as they practice social distancing.

Highland Springs residents find the silver lining amid COVID-19

Everyday life in North Texas came to a halt amid the COVID-19 outbreak. But connections continued, even as people stayed home to evade the virus.

Linden Ponds
An exterior shot of the community, the front entrance of the building in bloom for spring

Linden Ponds works quickly to preempt COVID-19 impact on its residents

When stay-at-home orders were enacted around the country in response to the coronavirus pandemic, simple things like buying toilet paper, getting exercise, and staying in touch with loved ones became difficult.

Oak Crest
An exterior shot of the community, the front entrance of the building flanked by lush green trees.

Oak Crest offers residents peace of mind during troubled times

When Barbara Zorn moved to Oak Crest in 2010, one of the things that attracted her to the Parkville, Md., community was the active lifestyle offered.

Riderwood
Trudy Downs, Elaine Wunderlich, Patricia Hamsher, and Ellen Schmidt used Zoom instead of gathering in person for their weekly wine and cheese get-togethers at Riderwood.

Decisive action at Riderwood puts residents at ease

When stay-at-home orders were enacted around the country in response to the coronavirus pandemic, simple things like buying toilet paper, getting exercise, and staying in touch with loved ones became difficult.

Seabrook
An exterior shot of the community, the front entrance of the building in bloom for spring

Residents praise the Seabrook staff's COVID-19 response

“My response to their response is incredible, awesome, over the top with superb caring and probably 25 other adjectives that I can’t think of.

Tallgrass Creek
Community members display signs from their windows to express their appreciation for the staff who provide their needs at the door, allowing the residents to stay safely at a distance. The sign here reads "we heart Tallgrass Creek staff".

Tallgrass Creek adjusts to a new normal

When COVID-19 cases escalated, Tallgrass Creek residents began “sheltering in place” so, like most people, their day-to-day routines began looking quite different. 

Wind Crest
Julia Pollock virtually attends her niece’s wedding during the COVID-19 pandemic. The “date” was made possible by Wind Crest’s IT and TV programming teams.

Wind Crest offers peace of mind for residents and families alike

Karen Cook found a silver lining during the COVID-19 crisis, even while sheltering in place in her apartment home.