Preparing for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
How Radiant Care is preparing for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Radiant Care has implemented prevention and early detection measures so that outbreak control measures can be implemented promptly.
To minimize the risk to our residents, tenants, and staff, Dr. David Williams, Chief Medical Officer of the Ministry of Health has mandated that all non-essential visits to Radiant Care are disallowed. This includes all areas of our campuses.
The Ministry of Health is identifying an essential visitor as those who have a resident/tenant who is dying or very ill. These visitors must continue to be actively screened prior to entering. Those who fail screening will not be permitted to enter. No other visitors are permitted to enter any building on Radiant Care’s property; instead, they are asked to keep in touch with loved ones by phone or other technologies, as available.
Active screening stations are in place for essential visitors and staff.
Radiant Care is doing all we can to minimize the impact of this situation on our community, and we will continue to post updates as needed.
Here’s the latest update from our CEO:
Throughout these challenging times, there are many bright spots. Check out these posts to see some of the things going on in our homes:
Recent News & Events
COVID-19 Outbreak Over!
We are pleased to announce that the outbreak in Radiant Care Tabor Manor's Long-Term Care home has been declared over!
Update to LTC Visitation Guidelines
We have updated the visitation guidelines for our Long-Term Care homes, in accordance with updates from the Ontario government
TABOR MANOR LTC IN COVID-19 OUTBREAK
Our regular testing program at Radiant Care Tabor Manor has resulted in two Long-Term Care staff members testing positive for COVID-19. Those staff members are now in isolation.
Loved ones reunite!
Seeing loved ones reunite after 3+ months is heartwarming!