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COVID-19 Communications Hub

These interventions include, but are not limited to: Screening all individuals who enter the community Temperature screening terminals are in place throughout the community Ongoing education for team members and residents regarding infection control practices Appropriate cleaning and disinfecting, particularly for common areas, shared spaces and high-touch surfaces Wearing facemasks for everyone, except during dining …

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January 22: Vaccine Update

The COVID-19 vaccine for independent living residents and team members at The Glebe is almost here! The Glebe’s leadership team has been working closely with CVS Pharmacy representatives in preparation for our upcoming vaccination clinic on January 27.   In October, each LifeSpire community registered to participate in the Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care program. This …

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January 21: COVID-19 Update

During this week’s state-mandated twice-weekly baseline testing, The Glebe’s team learned that a team member in memory support tested positive for COVID-19. This team member has been removed from the schedule and is quarantining at home until Virginia Department of Health (VDH) return-to-work criteria are met. As a result of this positive test, residents in …

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How to Save for Retirement

Ways to Save Money for Retirement Retirement is a life event we should celebrate — a chapter in which each day becomes about what we want to do instead of what we have to do. It’s supposed to be the best part of our lives. However, in order to enjoy these years to the fullest, …

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January 13: COVID-19 Update

The Glebe’s leadership team is pleased to report that during the latest round of testing conducted on January 12, all residents and team members in the licensed areas—assisted living, memory support and healthcare—tested negative for COVID-19. This testing was due to the recent positive cases reported January 8. The second round of twice-weekly state-mandated baseline …

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January 8: COVID-19 Update

On January 8, The Glebe’s management team learned that three healthcare residents tested positive for COVID-19. The positive cases were identified during the 10-day follow-up testing related to the positive cases reported in late December. These three positive residents were in an isolation cluster as a result of those previously reported positive tests. This isolation …

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The Glebe’s Vaccination Dates Tentatively Confirmed

The Glebe’s leadership team is pleased to report that late yesterday evening, CVS Pharmacy confirmed that the tentative dates for the community’s COVID-19 vaccine clinics have been set. Representatives from CVS advised that a team was prepared to administer the first dose of the vaccine to residents in the assisted living, memory support and healthcare …

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December 31: COVID-19 Update

The Glebe’s management team learned that one additional staff member tested positive for COVID-19 during the state-mandated COVID-19 testing conducted on December 30th. The team members are asymptomatic and self-quarantining at home until the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) return-to-work criteria are met. Contact tracing revealed that two of the team members that tested positive …

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December 28: COVID-19 Update

The Glebe’s management team learned that 3 staff members tested positive for COVID-19 during the state-mandated testing conducted on December 28th. The team members are asymptomatic and self-quarantining at home until the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) return-to-work criteria are met. Contact tracing revealed that 2 of the team members had close contact with residents …

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COVID-19 Community Update

The Glebe would like to extend a heartfelt holiday wish and a Happy New Year to all.  It has been a challenging year; however, we have learned a lot about our strength as a community during these unprecedented times.  We are united, we are strong, and we continue to persevere as we prepare to receive …

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