Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Vaccine Clinics are rolling out across the Eskaton’s Family of Services
The Trousdale’ continued response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Eskaton began scheduling COVID-19 vaccine clinics in our communities as soon as the opportunity arose. This process was accomplished through the state pharmacy program in collaboration with CVS and Walgreens pharmacies. We have also had county public health and a private health system reach out to assist our staff and residents to obtain a vaccination.
Our first clinic was held at Eskaton Care Center Fair Oaks on Dec. 30th where staff and residents received the first of two doses from Walgreens staff. Since then, other communities have either finished their first clinic, or are scheduled for their first clinic in the next three to four weeks. This includes affordable housing, residential living and care centers. We are very excited to add this option to our toolbox of interventions designed to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We are hopeful that the vaccines will bring us a step closer to opening our communities to family and friends once again.
For more information on the vaccine schedule where your loved one resides, please contact the community directly.
We deliver communication updates twice per month to our residents and their families. We provide weekly communications to our staff via letter, phone or email. These communications are provided below for residential living. Virtual tours, and on-site visits, can be scheduled directly with loved ones by contacting our community.
Resident and Staff Heroes Stories
A Message from the CEO
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Eskaton cares! To support the emotional well-being and physical health of those living at Eskaton owned and managed communities, we have:
- Instituted iWave Air Purification systems throughout residential living and care center communities
- Identified Lead Clinical Quality executive to provide continuous Covid-19 education, regulatory guidance and communication to create safe practices and disciplines across all communities
- Established a centralized PPE storage area ensuring protective equipment is readily available
- Rolled out 1,000 voice-first Alexa devices to connect residents with music, current events and the community
- Provided dozens of tablets to communities to continuously schedule virtual visits with loved ones
- Implemented a new Family App providing connection with their loved ones and programs at the community
- Provide weekly life enrichment engagement toolkits and materials, including virtual and hands-on activities
- Instituted weekly educational communications for staff, residents and families to KEEP IT UP with safe social distancing, wearing masks and hand hygiene
- Implemented generators for foothill communities where power outages have become common (not necessarily Covid-related, but important)
Live Well at Home – Non-Medical Home Care
We continue to follow diligent infection control protocols in each of our communities per CDC and CDPH guidelines.
Protect yourself at home and in the community:
- Practice social distancing (6 feet or more distance from others) when possible. Stay away from anyone coughing or sneezing – particularly, if you do not know the person.
- Practice good hand washing/ hand hygiene frequently.
- If you are sick: Stay home and self-isolate if you have flu symptoms or a fever.
- If you are sick, call the physician, clinic or hospital before you visit them. Do not go to a clinic or hospital with symptoms without calling first – they will instruct you on the proper procedures.
- The CDPH and CDC now recommend the use of a cloth face covering when in public places to limit transmission of the virus.
For more information and resources, visit:
Centers for Disease Control
California Department of Public Health
California Department of Public Health News Release