Maintaining the health, wellness and safety of the residents and staff at All Saints Neighborhood continues to be our number one priority. At this time, our residences remain closed to non-essential visitors. However, we feel we have a responsibility to take small, carefully measured steps to slowly begin to reopen our campus and reunite residents with their loved ones.
Currently we are allowing up to two people at a time to visit inside the building in designated areas. The visit must be scheduled in advance. Visitors will be screened according to federal, state and local guidelines, and everyone must wear a mask and stay 6 feet apart.
January was quite an exciting month for All Saints Neighborhood! Campus residents and staff members received their first round of COVID-19 vaccinations. We’re so thankful for this big step toward combating the virus and our anxious return to normalcy. Aside from the vaccinations Continue Reading →
The Christmas spirit was in full swing at All Saints this past December! Campus residents decorated Christmas trees around the buildings, enjoyed a Zoom ‘Lighting the Way’ program with volunteers from St. Maria Goretti Parish for Advent, received a caroling window visit fr Continue Reading →
Although the Christmas parties in assisted living and memory care looked a little different this year due to COVID-19, residents still had an absolutely wonderful time. Both parties had delicious food like prime rib and deviled eggs and festive refreshments like brandy alexanders and Continue Reading →
The month of November was quite a wonderful one for our residents. Veterans Day was honored throughout the campus, with many Main Street Apartment tenants sharing pictures and memorabilia of themselves and/or their spouses from their time in the service. Assisted living and memory car Continue Reading →
Campus seniors participated in lots of wonderful activities throughout the month of October. Tenants in the Senior Apartments celebrated Oktoberfest and enjoyed a fun Wisconsin Badgers Happy Hour, while tenants in the Main Street Apartments crafted together Halloween mason jars and sa Continue Reading →