Send a greeting card to your loved ones

Why not send them a virtual greeting card?

Can’t visit a loved one at the Residence?

It’s a wonderful opportunity to express your feelings and state of mind. Your message will be sent directly and privately. Kindly fill the form on our website to send a card. The virtual card will be given to the resident as soon as it is received. Your email will be handled in strict confidence and will not be distributed, sold, or used for any purpose other than to communicate with you.

Send a greeting card to your loved ones

 


the safety of our residents

The Safety of our Residents is our Priority

the safety of our residentsThis is the list of measures we have taken to ensure the health of our residents and prevent the spread of the virus:

  • We have improved an already-strict daily cleaning procedure with rigorous protocols for key points of contact, including door handles and keyboards. All surfaces are regularly cleaned with antibacterial cleaners.
  • Our team has the obligation to wash their hands frequently and use hand sanitizer throughout the day.
  • We are limiting the entry of staff to the units. The basic housekeeping of the apartments is canceled for residents who are able to clean themselves.
  • Deep cleaning of common areas is done throughout the day.
  • All activities have been canceled indefinitely.
  • We are setting up virtual activities to entertain residents (virtual sports lessons, virtual yoga, and virtual recreational activities) and we are providing tablets to residents.
  • Visits are forbidden.
  • A daily information board has been installed in a strategic location.
  • All deliveries are left at the entrance by delivery people and then brought to our staff. All products, except for frozen/perishable products and all newspapers/mail are quarantined for three hours.
  • Publi-sacs and other flyers are refused.
  • Hand soap dispensers are placed in strategic locations.
  • All new clients are quarantined for 48 hours.
  • We are using disposable utensils, cups, plates, and bowls.
  • Natural caregivers are allowed under strict conditions, like our staff.
  • Katasa will continue to share Health Canada updates regularly and advise all team members to stay at home if they feel sick.
  • Walks outside are forbidden.

All these measures will be reviewed from week to week. We will keep you informed as developments occur.

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