As our community reflects on these past few months we are overwhelmed with gratitude. We wanted to share these feelings to celebrate how far we have come together.
“Congratulations to Luther Village for your non-stop care and nurturing of all your residents. You have navigated us through the challenging pandemic, keeping us safe and helping us to maintain our sanity”
- Catherine and Robert MacPhie (from google review)
We want to take this opportunity to thank residents and their families for the sacrifices made to keep Luther Village safe. We know many of you have experienced quarantine fatigue and are anxious to resume some sense of normalcy. On the other hand, we are aware of the anxiety that loosening of restrictions will cause.
As Ontario begins to reopen in phases, we find ourselves in a new chapter. We encourage residents and their families to take a slow and gradual approach. The pandemic is not over, and as the province starts to enter phase two of their recovery plan, we must continue to support one another and be disciplined along the way.
“As we progress through this pandemic we will continue to improve as lessons continue to be learnt. In the meantime, Luther Village remains a happy, safe place to live.”
– Peter Christian (from google review)
We continue to learn together about the latest findings and research. We feel it is important to share all resources and information with you in a timely manner. There is evidence that increasing social circles too quickly can result in clusters of new COVID-19 cases. Keep social circles as small as possible and make a pact with a friend to limit interactions with only each other!
“During the recent COVID-19 epidemic, Luther Village has worked awfully hard, and with amazing success, to ensure that residents and staff are all well protected. ”
– Keith Golem (from google review)
Throughout this pandemic our leadership team was faced with making quick decisions in the interest of protecting staff and residents alike. The outpouring of positive feedback and appreciation from both residents and their families has been incredible. It illustrates just how close we are as a community and proves that we truly are in this together.
(letters received from a resident’s pen pal from The School Board of Toronto)
As things change once again and we begin to navigate a new “normal” we cannot thank our residents, their families, and our team members enough for their constant creativity, understanding, support and love.
WE FEEL IT…BIG TIME!