Oakleaf Village of Sylvania-Toledo
4220 N. Holland Sylvania Rd.
Toledo, OH, 43623
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The Crescent at Oakleaf Village
4230 N Holland-Sylvania Rd.
Sylvania, OH 43623
Oakleaf Village Sylvania
Oakleaf Village Columbus
Everyone in our communities is dedicated to providing exceptional resident-focused care – even during a pandemic with:
We take a safety-first approach with:
The Ohio Department of Health will issue an updated order related to assisted living facilities and nursing homes.
Changes to the order include:
General visitation requirements will remain the same including scheduling appointments in advance, screenings at the door and mask wearing.
The updated order will also require facilities to test vaccinated staff once per week and unvaccinated staff twice per week.
Over the past couple of weeks, four of our residents at the Grove at Oakleaf Village of Sylvania tested positive for COVID-19. After a fourteen-day quarantine as well as proper treatment, we are happy to announce that we are now COVID-19 free at our Sylvania campus. Currently, there are no other confirmed cases at our Columbus campus.
As we continue to monitor this outbreak, we are ensuring the health and safety within our community by taking temperatures of our residents and staff twice a day and closely monitor respiratory health.
We are excited to welcome back visitors to our communities in accordance with Governor Mike DeWine’s allowance of socially distant outdoor visits. Our communities are still following Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guidelines regarding prevention and infection control practices including wearing gloves, masks, hand washing, and social distancing.
If you would like to schedule a visit time with your loved one, please call your respective community. Additionally, if you have any questions, please reach out to our Executive Directors at the contact information provided on this page.
In accordance with the Ohio Health Department’s state-issued order on April 15, 2020, and to provide full transparency to the public, on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, we notified all residents, family members and staff of one confirmed staff case of COVID-19 at The Grove community at our Sylvania, Ohio campus. This staff member was quarantined at their home immediately after showing symptoms on Monday, May 4, 2020 and the confirmed test results were received on May 12, 2020. This staff member had no interaction with residents or staff since being quarantined.
As of May 15, 2020, there are currently no additional confirmed cases at our Sylvania campus. There are also no confirmed cases at our other Grove and Oakleaf communities.
To ensure the health and safety within our community, we continue to take resident and staff temperatures frequently and monitor their respiratory health. We also now have testing capabilities on-site and will immediately test residents or staff showing symptoms. We continue following the guidelines regarding prevention and infection control practices including wearing gloves and masks, hand washing, and social distancing.
Additionally, we continue to maintain the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended cleaning guidelines to keep our residents safe. We will continue to restrict all non-essential visitors.
We will continue the practices listed above until the restrictions are lifted by the Ohio Department of Health and at this time, we do not have an anticipated date of when that will happen.
If you have questions, please reach out to our Executive Directors at the contact information provided on this page.
As of April 21st, 2020, we have NO confirmed cases of COVID-19 in any of our senior living communities. We are closely monitoring our residents and staff as well as following CDC guidelines of social distancing and enhancing sanitation practices.
Our corporate team at Wallick Communities wants to recognize the hard work of our staff during this difficult time by providing them with a Hero Bonus. Starting April 9th, our hourly associates received a $2/hour raise above their standard base rate. We understand it is a tough time for everyone right now and we appreciate everything our staff has done for our residents thus far.
To learn more about the Hero Bonus, check out this article.
We are happy to report that as of today, April 6, 2020, we have zero confirmed cases of COVID-19 at any of our communities. We continue to proactively monitor both residents and staff closely and follow the recommended guidance of the CDC and other government agencies.
We are so appreciative of our staff and the residents as we work together to get through this pandemic. Please visit our community Facebook pages for further updates from our amazing staff on the creative ways we are staying active and connected to loved ones.
We continue to strongly suggest alternative methods of connecting with your loved ones via telephone, email, Skype, Facetime, or other digital methods.
We are continuing to follow guidance from the CDC and other government agencies. Under that guidance, effective yesterday, all of our communities are under a NO VISITOR restriction except for end-of-life situations.
The safety and health of your loved ones and our staff continues to be our first priority. Please know that we have strict protocols in place and are following all the recommended steps to battle the COVID-19 Virus. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our Executive Directors.
We know this is a very difficult time and this restriction may be inconvenient, but the safety and health of your loved ones is our first priority. Following guidance from the CDC and other government agencies and by order of the Ohio Department of Health, effective immediately we are temporarily restricting ALL VISITORS from our community, except for end of life situations.
We suggest alternative methods of communication including: telephone calls, email, Skype, or Facetime.
Below are the requirements for anyone who feels they must visit:
Please contact the Executive Director with questions or concerns about this restriction.
Re: Addressing the Coronavirus; Caring for our Residents in a Safe and Healthy Environment
Dear residents, family members and friends,
As I am sure each of you are closely following the news and developments related to the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, so are we. Ensuring our residents are cared for in a safe and healthy environment is our first priority.
At this time, we do not have any cases of Coronavirus in our Senior Living communities, and we are working diligently to ensure that continues.
Since this is a quickly developing situation, no one has all the answers. However, we want to assure you that we are paying close attention, that we are prepared and that we are and will continue to do everything possible to safeguard the ongoing health of our residents, associates and visitors.
First, we are limiting access to our community, which is the most important step we can take to safeguard our residents. We understand this will be inconvenient, but it’s imperative we take these measures. In fact, we have been instructed to do so based on a Joint Directors’ Order from the Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Department of Veteran Services. This Order is supported by direction from the National Center for Assisted Living, American Health Care Association and Governor Mike DeWine’s office.
Effectively immediately, access to our community is limited of one visitor per resident per day.
In general, we are strongly discouraging all routine social visits. We understand how important it is to communicate with your loved one, and recommend communication via telephone, email, or video calls (using FaceTime, Skype, Zoom or the like).
Other measures we are taking to limit the risk of exposure include:
Support and questions
We understand that you may have questions about specific situations or need clarification on what this means. For these issues, please feel free to call our community our COVID-19 Hotline at 412- 847-2167 or 1-888-762-0052. They may not be able to answer your question on the spot, but they will be able to capture your question and allow the right person to quickly call you back. New information and direction is coming daily, if not hourly, and we are adjusting with it. We will keep you up to date with how we are working to mitigate these risks and keep your family member safe.
Thank you for your support and cooperation as we work through this difficult situation. It will take all
of us working together to keep all of us safe and well.
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