May 4 Update from our Chief Operating Officer: Celebrating Mother’s Day on May 10

Thank you to those who have donated TV trays for residents to use as part of our hallway dining and activity programming. If you have TV trays or individual-sized folding tables that can be used for this purpose, please reach out to your General Manager.

For our homes not in outbreak, we are proactively looking at additional ways our residents can socialize with one another, safely. This will include something special for Mother’s Day on May 10; residents, please keep your eyes out for details!

We recognize that Mother’s Day is typically a busy day with many visitors in our homes. Families may be feeling sad or even guilty that they cannot visit mom on this special day. Please take heart in the knowledge that the best gift you can give your mother this year might actually be staying home. Allow us to assist you in connecting with your mom or grandmother via phone call, video chat, or coordinating special deliveries.

Thank you all for your cooperation and please continue to stay vigilant; the more we adhere to our precautionary protocols now, the sooner we can return to life as usual at Seasons Retirement Communities.

I want to thank Seasons Team members for your continued commitment to our residents’ safety as well as finding creative ways to keep them engaged and connected. To the friends and families of Seasons, your kindness and generosity is heartwarming and greatly appreciated. You can see examples of this ‘Extra Love’ on our Seasons Facebook page and social media channels.

To all the mothers, grandmothers, great-grandmothers, great-great-grandmothers, Godmothers, beloved aunts, and more who work and live at Seasons; I wish you a safe and healthy, Happy Mother’s Day.

Sincerely,

LeighAnne Voll,
Chief Operating Officer

For additional online resources for COVID-19 you can visit the following sites:

Canada Health
Alberta Health
Alberta Health Services
Public Health Ontario
Retirement Home Regulatory Authority