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Family Appreciation

Posted by Cedars on March 20, 2020

Hi Mary,

I know you are very busy, but I just got a call from my mom, Lorraine K, who couldn’t say enough about the great work that you are doing to keep them safe but not isolated.  She was so excited to have the activity staff stop by with activity choices (she is excited to paint an egg), and the way that everyone has pitched in to deliver meals.

 

Thank you to you and your staff for everything you are doing during this difficult time!  You are the unsung heroes!

 

Julie Apold

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Family Appreciation

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My husband and I can’t thank you enough for what you are doing at the Cedars in Austin.  We were always impressed with your outstanding work at the Cedars. My mom loves the place and ALL of the workers.  You have an outstanding staff.  

 

 

Thanks again and God Bless all of you.

 

 

Lynda and Jim Ruzek

Daughter and son-in-law of Genevieve Moeykens

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Cedars COVID-19 Statement

Posted by Cedars on March 18, 2020

March 17, 2020

 

We have implemented a number of procedures and taken action to keep our residents and staff safe in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

            This includes restricting access to our community to staff, residents and essential medical vendors and visitors.  All residents, staff, vendors and visitors are screened prior to being permitted to enter. 

 

            We are still accepting new admissions, but they must be screened prior to move in and special move-in procedures will apply. 

 

Enhanced infection control and disinfection policies and procedures are in place.  Staff are also receiving additional training and supervision. We have also modified our congregate dining and activity programming.

 

We continue to monitor guidance and information provided by CDC, MDH, industry leaders and other governmental organizations, and will be making changes as determined necessary moving forward.

 

We are providing extra support to our staff during this challenging time and are committed to responding to any questions or concerns our residents and their loved ones may have.  As always, our priority remains keeping our residents and staff safe and providing exceptional care and service.

 

Thank you,

 

Lisa Nelson \ Cedars of Austin

Director of Sales and Marketing

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Cedars Holiday Snack & Wrap

Posted by Cedars on December 2, 2019

Cedars Holiday Snack and Wrap

Location: Mower County Senior center

Thursday, December 12th ••• 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Please join us at the Senior Center for our Annual Snack & Wrap

where we are happy to wrap your holiday gifts while you enjoy a holiday treat.

MOWER COUNTY SENIOR CENTER ••• 400 3RD AVE NE, AUSTIN, MN 55912

 

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Cedars Senior Health fair

Posted by Cedars on October 22, 2019

      Cedars Senior Health Fair

Date: October 30th

Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Please join us with over 12 Vendors

Complimentary Health Check wit RN

Activities How to? with computers

 

 

 

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More Adult kids living with their parents

Posted by Cedars on July 18, 2016

About 1 in 3 millennials are crashing with Mom and Dad.

Modern Family In the News from AARP.

Is someone living in your basement? Perhaps someone you potty trained? Your not alone: For the first time in more than 130 years adults who are 18 to 34 are more likely to be living with their parents than a spouse or partner.

The millennials are on the couch or in their old bedrooms working at the best job they can find. How do you right size when your son is still living in his bedroom?

Housing trends also make it harder on mellennials. National Association of home builders surveys show that less than 20 percent of newly constructed homes are entry-level properties.

 

 

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