Since we first learned of the COVID-19 pandemic, Laurel Lake has worked diligently with our local health department, our health care team, our residents, employees, family and friends to ensure that we are taking every necessary precaution to safeguard residents and staff.
Our community follows best practices established by the Centers for Disease Control, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, and the Ohio Department of Health to maintain a safe and healthy environment for all. Easy access to rapid testing, frequent on-site vaccination programs, adherence to universal precautions and ongoing education continue to protect our community.
INDEPENDENT LIVING - At this time, masks are OPTIONAL for those who live, work, or visit in our Independent Living neighborhoods and public spaces like our Town Center. Individuals are encouraged to monitor themselves for signs or symptoms of Covid-19, and to avoid contact with others and seek immediate testing if they development any symptoms.
GREENWOOD ASSISTED LIVING - Currently, masks are only being required for staff and visitors in our Greenwood neighborhood if the Summit County infection rate is HIGH. Visitors must still sign in, but temperature screening is no longer required. Individuals who may be experiencing signs or symptoms of Covid-19 should avoid contact with others.
CROWN CENTER SKILLED NURSING - At this time, masks are still REQUIRED for staff and visitors in the Crown Center. Visitors must still sign in, but temperature screening is no longer required. Individuals who are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19 should avoid contact with others.