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These interventions include, but are not limited to: Screening all individuals who enter 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 on campus, except during dining Residents, team members and visitors are encouraged …

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The Culpeper Team Hosts Blessing Ceremony for New Cottages

As construction continues on The Culpeper’s Hillside Cottages, the team hosted a service on March 2 to bless the new homes. After crews ran the cottage’s electrical wiring and before drywall is hung, team members invited future residents to gather with their personal pastor and The Culpeper’s Chaplain Hans Murdock to bless the first three …

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Re-opening of Visitation for Memory Support

The Culpeper’s leadership team is excited to share that the most recent round of baseline testing concluded with all negative results. There have been no new-onset COVID-19 cases in the last 14 days in the community. As a result, effective Monday, March 1, The Culpeper will now resume visitation for memory support residents and families. …

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Reopening of Visitation for Assisted Living and Healthcare

The Culpeper’s leadership team thanks all members of the community for the ongoing support and patience. We are excited to share that our most recent round of baseline testing for healthcare and assisted living concluded with all negative results. There have been no new-onset COVID-19 cases in the last 14 days in the community within …

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LifeSpire Issues Post-Vaccine Guidance

The LifeSpire community teams are excited to share the COVID-19 vaccination clinics have been successful and work continues to ensure residents and team members are vaccinated. LifeSpire’s team members, families and residents should be tremendously proud of how the communities have rallied together, collaboratively, to fight the worst health crisis in a generation. The extended …

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February 11: COVID-19 Update

The Culpeper’s management team is pleased to report that all team members tested negative for COVID-19 during baseline testing on Monday, February 8. However, the team became aware of one resident who tested positive for COVID-19.  The resident, who resides in memory support, is in isolation. The resident’s representative, the Department of Social Services and …

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February 8: COVID-19 Update

The Culpeper’s management team is pleased to report that all residents in all levels of care tested negative for COVID-19 during baseline testing on Thursday, February 4. However, the team became aware of two isolated incidents of team members who tested positive for COVID-19 on February 4. One direct care team member who works in …

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February 1: COVID-19 Update

The Culpeper’s management team is pleased to report that all results of team members’ baseline testing from Monday, January 25, and Thursday, January 28, were all negative. However, the team became aware of three residents who tested positive for COVID-19 from January 28 testing. One resident resides in memory support, while the other two residents …

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January 24: COVID-19 Update

The Culpeper’s management team has become aware of three additional residents who tested positive for COVID-19. One resident, which resides in memory support, became symptomatic and tested positive at an offsite location on January 23. The other two residents were identified during Thursday’s state-mandated baseline testing. One resident resides in the healthcare center and the …

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January 21: COVID-19 Update

The Culpeper’s management team is pleased to report that all results of team member baseline testing from Monday, January 18, were negative. However, on January 20, the team became aware that two residents who reside in assisted living tested positive for COVID-19 after becoming symptomatic. These residents are in isolation in their rooms. Additionally, on …

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