Dear Residents, Families, and Associates of Cedarwood at Sandy; As promised when we began this journey through Covid-19 together, I will continue to update you as conditions change or as is the case with this message – we have news to share. We learned today that a part time associate in our dining department has tested positive for Covid-19. This individual last worked at Cedarwood on Tuesday and has not… Read More
Hello Cedarwood family, Once again, we have been blessed to have zero cases of Covid-19 here at the community. We are so thankful to all the associates and residents that are being so careful in an effort to keep everyone safe. We had our first week of Conversation Stations and for the most part, besides some cancellations due to bad weather and a windstorm we feel it went well. I… Read More
Once again, we find our lives disrupted – not by a pandemic, but by heartbreaking events that have stirred deep emotions in all of us. George Floyd’s death has again shed a bright light on the shameful history of discrimination, hatred, and racism in this country. Sadly, events like these are not isolated, nor are they new. The senseless killings of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and now George Floyd, have… Read More
Hello to our amazing Cedarwood family! I am writing to give you a current update on the community: • We still have zero cases of COVID-19 among staff and residents. We are so proud of our residents, associates, and families, for keeping everyone safe. The last report I read was that 1/3 of all long-term care facilities in Utah have had at least one case of COVID-19. We feel very… Read More
The Cedarwood at Sandy Family Drive-by Parade on Thursday, May 7 had approximately 175 cars driving by to say hello and remind our residents how cared for they are. This display of love brought so much happiness to our community. Thank you to everyone who participated and helped spread the word to make this parade so wonderful! Read more at ABC4 News.
Learn more about our investment in eco-friendly, reusable dining containers from Director of Culinary Services Randall Lonoza. From personal protective equipment and new technology to labor costs, senior living providers throughout the industry are contending with growing expenses responding to the coronavirus pandemic. Even seemingly straightforward operational adjustments can come with outsized and in some cases unexpected new costs. A look at how Kisco Senior Living altered its dining service… Read More
April 9, 2020: Kisco President and CEO, Andy Kohlberg shares about the additional measures each of our communities has implemented in response to COVID-19. With our experienced management team and dedicated associates, we will get through this together.
Dear Cedarwood friends, family and associates: Let me assure that we DO NOT have any positive cases of COVID-19 at Cedarwood at Sandy. Early this evening, the Deseret News posted a story about a nursing home in Utah that has eight positive cases of COVID-19. The article included photos of volunteers who showed up at Cedarwood to give their support to our associates and celebrate our amazing residents. We are… Read More
Dear Residents, Families, and Associates of Cedarwood at Sandy; Thank you for your continued support as we monitor the ongoing Coronavirus situation. The health and wellbeing of our residents, associates, and their families are of utmost importance and priority to all of us. Based on your valuable input and after thoughtful review, we have come to decision that we must institute restrictions for ALL visitors, effectively immediately. Aligned with Local/State/Federal… Read More
March 18, 2020 At Kisco Senior Living, the health of our residents and associates is our first priority. We are working around the clock to ensure we do our part to help reduce the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and share the latest information with you as it becomes available. We have deep experience in time tested flu and infection mitigation protocols. We are closely monitoring and implementing COVID-19 prevention… Read More