Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

The Trousdale‘s continued response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Upon receiving interim guidance from the CDC in response to the coronavirus, The Trousdale immediately complied and implemented a centralized COVID-19 company response team that has focused on the health, safety and well-being of our residents, their families, owners, administrators, operators, workers, volunteers, and medical care visitors.

We have implemented all required and recommended protocols as well as precautions, to create environments that support the prevention of infection spread, and to provide appropriate measures for social engagement and emotional well-being for our residents. We value our Healthcare Heroes and their passion, energy, persistence and care they provide each day to our residents.

We deliver weekly communication updates to our residents, their families and 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 calling 650-443-3700.

Weekly Resident and Staff Heroes Stories

Good News Heroes Stories - Archive

A Message from the CEO

CEO Message - October 23, 2020

If you’re planning on visiting The Trousdale Community, please click here:

For Residents and Families Update: October 16, 2020

Live Well at Home – Non-Medical Home Care

For Older Adults and their Families

For Clients and Caregivers

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