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Can My Family Visit Me in Senior Living During COVID?

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
July 14, 2020

Here at Magnolia Manor, we consider every resident to be a member of our family as well as yours. Since the coronavirus first became known, we have taken maximum precautions that go beyond CDC and State of Georgia guidelines to protect our residents and staff from this very serious health concern. It hasn’t been fun, but it is important! And our diligent efforts are paying off.

Besides, we are still having fun around here. And there are plenty of ways for families and residents to have fun together while apart.

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Topics: FAQs, Socialization, Senior Safety, Coping, COVID-19

Family Connect: Keeping Our Residents Connected With Loved Ones

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
June 17, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought home to all of us just how vital it is to stay connected with loved ones, especially our seniors. Right away, as soon as stay-at-home orders were being issued, our Magnolia Manor team jumped into action. We created Family Connect, a program to keep our residents in touch with their families. No physical contact allowed, maybe, but our goal was to ensure plenty of face time.

We are both proud and pleased to say that Family Connect has been a tremendous success, for everyone involved.

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Topics: Coping, COVID-19

How We're Keeping Our Residents Safe During This Pandemic

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
June 10, 2020

Senior living communities have been front-page news during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic because older adults are more vulnerable to contracting this virus, especially those residents in skilled nursing who are already challenged by significant medical issues. Uppermost in the minds of families as well as residents themselves is what we are doing to keep our communities safe.

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Topics: FAQs, Senior Safety, COVID-19

5 Tips for Seniors to Heal Dry Hands from Excessive Hand Washing

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
May 29, 2020

Dry. Sore. Red. Itchy. Rough. Chapped, even cracked. Did we mention dry? Your hands have become victims of COVID-19 in an entirely unexpected way, thanks to all that extra hand-washing you’re doing. Seniors are more vulnerable to the side-effects of excessive hand washing because skin naturally loses moisture as we age. You’re also more vulnerable if you’re prone to eczema or other forms of dermatitis.

But this is one problem you can easily solve. And when your hands feel better, you may even feel a little bit better about having to stay away from your friends and family, especially the grandkids.

So let’s heal those dry hands.

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Topics: FAQs, Senior Safety, COVID-19

5 Ways for Seniors to Avoid Cabin Fever During COVID-19

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
May 27, 2020

Feeling a little too cooped-up in self-quarantine? By now we’re all going a bit stir crazy. For seniors who live alone, physical separation from friends and loved ones can feel especially difficult. Psychologists suggest you should take heart knowing that literally billions of others around the world are also staying at home, many of them alone.

But let’s be honest. Knowing you’re not alone doesn’t really make you feel less alone, does it? It’s time to take action!

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Topics: Socialization, Coping, COVID-19

5 Ways to Stay Connected with Grandkids When They Can't Visit You

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
May 06, 2020

It’s so hard knowing your grandkids are close-by, yet, thanks to coronavirus-inspired social distancing, they cannot visit in person so you can hug and smooch and chat with them in the usual ways. Even under normal conditions, lots of grandparents don’t have the luxury of living near their adult children and grandkids. So they know a little something about keeping in touch even when you can’t literally touch each other.

Here are some tips from grandparents who have found rewarding ways to stay connected during these difficult times and beyond.

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Topics: Socialization, Coping, COVID-19