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COVID-19 Update: Testing Plan Details

The Culpeper’s leadership team continues all efforts to move forward with the very restricted regulations surrounding COVID-19. The community remains COVID-19 free as the upcoming baseline testing—scheduled for Monday, July 13—approaches. The first round of testing will include all staff and all residents who live and work in the main building at all levels of …

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COVID-19 Baseline Testing Schedule

Thank you to Culpeper residents, families and staff for adherence to the precautions and guidelines which have been put in place over the last several months. The Culpeper’s proactive approach to these precautions has proven thus far to be beneficial to all. As the Culpeper team continues to be vigilant with our efforts to control …

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Phase Two Re-opening: COVID-19 Update

The Culpeper’s less restrictive guidelines with regard to COVID-19 began on June 11. Most importantly, The Culpeper continues to remain fortunate enough to have zero confirmed positive cases among residents and staff due to the diligence in protecting the community. All Main Building Residents: • As the main building houses the licensed areas, visitors and …

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LifeSpire Works to Protect Front Line Team Members

As team members at The Culpeper work diligently to prevent the spread of COVID-19, LifeSpire of Virginia continues its efforts to protect our colleagues on the front lines. A large shipment of face shields was delivered to the corporate office on April 17. Additional N95 respirators, surgical masks and gowns were also delivered. The personal …

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The Culpeper Is Hiring Workers Displaced By COVID-19

One month ago today, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency as a result of COVID-19. Not long after, Gov, Ralph Northam issued an executive order mandating the closure of non-essential brick-and-mortar businesses that can’t ensure social distancing. These actions, while necessary to help stop the spread of the virus, have left many without a …

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Handcrafting Hope: Culpeper Residents Sew More Than 100 Masks

When the Center for Disease Control and Prevention issued a recommendation for all individuals to wear cloth face coverings, Jane Scott’s concern wasn’t for herself. Instead, her mind automatically went to her daughter, Rachel Ann, who lives at the Mary Louise Kelly Home—a group home for adults with developmental disabilities provided through Hope Tree Family …

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LifeSpire Delivers 4,400 Masks to The Culpeper

On April 7, LifeSpire obtained 8,000 N95 respirators for distribution to caregivers in the assisted living, memory care and health care areas at each community as well as 9,600 surgical masks for all other staff to use. Two thousand respirators and 2,400 masks were delivered to The Culpeper on April 8 to supplement the personal …

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The Culpeper Cancels Socially Distant Easter Parade

With spring, comes Easter and in these uncertain times, team members at The Culpeper are working diligently to celebrate the holiday and support social engagement from a social distance. Regretfully The Culpeper has canceled its Easter Stay in Your Car Parade that was scheduled for Monday, April 13.

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Residents at The Culpeper Go Digital

Jack Lynch is a resident at The Chesapeake, another LifeSpire community in Newport News, Va. On March 31, he surprised his daughter, Becky, with a visit at her home in Hampton, Va. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, it had been at least two weeks since the two had seen one another. It wasn’t the visit …

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The Culpeper Teams Up With Local Restaurants to Support Healthcare Workers

As many Americans adjust to a new normal of working from home in a virtual office, it’s business as usual for millions of healthcare workers across the country. Nurses, doctors, servers, housekeepers and facilities crews at each of our communities have shown up for work every day to make sure things run smoothly for The …

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