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What steps are you taking to prevent staff and other personnel from potentially bringing the coronavirus into the community?
At this time all visitors, families, and vendors are required to wear masks upon entrance to our community and throughout their visit. We are strongly recommending that all residents wear their masks inside the community when they are in our public common spaces.
We had a very high percentage of our residents get vaccinated in early 2021. We are offering an on-going opportunity for residents and staff members to get vaccinated if they choose. Non-vaccinated staff members are required to test twice weekly.
When new residents move in, we request a copy of their vaccination card or we offer then an opportunity to become vaccinated.
Is 10 Wilmington Place accepting new move-ins?
Yes! We are happy to welcome new residents and their families. To schedule an in-person tour and learn more about our community, please contact one of our Senior Living Counselors at 937-253-1010 or through our website.
Are you hiring?
Our staff feels privileged to be a part of the “essential employee” workforce as designated by Governor Mike DeWine. As such, we will continue to hire talented and compassionate individuals to provide the top-notch services and quality care the residents of 10 Wilmington Place have come to expect.
Currently, applications are accepted online and all interviews will be scheduled by our HR Supervisor in coordination with the hiring Manager. Additionally, each new hire is subject to a pre-hire physical. Learn how to join our team.
How are you communicating policy and procedure changes with residents and family members?
We utilize One Call Now group messaging technology that allows us to send detailed voice messages to our residents and family members via phone (as well as text/email, if we so chose). Typically, our Executive Director will share vital information and updates with our residents and their loved ones on a weekly basis during this crisis.
Are you monitoring residents for symptoms of COVID-19?
Our Assisted Living residents are monitored by our Nursing staff on a daily basis and are assessed by our nursing team for other signs and symptoms of COVID-19. All concerns are reported directly to our Director of Nursing for immediate follow-up.
Our Independent Living residents are able to request a well-check if they are experiencing any concerning symptoms. Ongoing education is provided to our independent living residents during our regular meetings.
Will residents and family members be notified if a case of COVID-19 is confirmed at 10 Wilmington Place?
We will follow all ODH guidelines pertaining to the reporting of confirmed cases of COVID-19 while being mindful to follow all HIPAA regulations regarding resident privacy.