The Springs Living COVID-19 status as of February 23, 2021
We’re committed to transparency with publicly sharing our COVID-19 results as we believe it demonstrates the effectiveness of our infection control protocols that have been in place since February 28, 2020.
Residents & Staff Tested100%
Active Cases Residents0.04%
Active Cases Staff0%
The Springs Living is one of the safest places for older adults to live, thanks to our strategies to fight COVID-19 since February 2020. Data shows we have an extremely low infection rate for residents (under 2%) compared to senior living communities nationwide*(around 5%). Living in a community relieves the burden of isolation and grocery shopping, while providing professional support in-house for medical needs, housekeeping, and cooking.
* July 2020 data provided by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC)
Our COVID-19 Strategies
Even before COVID-19 reached the United States, we vowed to stay ahead of it, knowing that would be the best way for us to protect our residents and staff. Our approach against the virus was a lot like fighting a forest fire ignited by a lightning strike: We enacted diligent monitoring and quick containment to extinguish hot spots before they could spread. We started implementing our infection control procedures Feb. 28, evolving our protocols steadily.
Detect & Defeat
Using surface testing, air testing, and daily screenings of residents and staff, we detect the virus early -- up to five days before anyone displays symptoms.
Hold the Line
Having implemented thorough precautionary measures, we strive to keep the virus out of the community by frequent sanitizing, mask wearing, and social distancing.
We’ve worked with infection control doctors, university and governmentagencies, and our professional senior living network to collaborate, participate in studies, and secure needed supplies in our common fight against the virus.
The Springs Living has a 24/7 task force created to help residents and employees during this outbreak of COVID-19. Check back often for updates.
February 12, 2021
Virtual Townhall - Vaccine Updates
The Springs Living vaccine clinics that rolled out in January, are well on their way into their second or final clinics at the time of this recording. We are seeing the lowest infection rates since the summer of 2020 and we have hope that with the vaccines and holding to our protocols, that life will begin to normalize.
January 16, 2021
Virtual Townhall - COVID Vaccines
The Springs Living residents and employees have begun receiving the COVID vaccine and we're encouraging others to do the same. This is an act of giving to ourselves and others. The safety of the vaccine is also addressed in a few frequently asked questions. Listen and decide what's right for you.
Information & Resources
Want to learn more? The following resources provide in-depth information on how The Springs Living continues to ensure the safety of all residents and employees.
We are proud to offer the COVID-19 vaccine to our employees and residents in the first phase of its distribution, starting January 4, 2021. There is much to celebrate now that the vaccine is available, marking the beginning of the end of the pandemic in the U.S. Until enough of the general population is vaccinated, we all will continue to follow safety protocols. To learn more about Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, read the Frequently Asked Questions in the PDF below.
We are committed to keeping The Springs Living communities free of COVID-19 and as employees, we pledge to follow these guidelines designed to "Hold the Line."
Our Response to COVID
At The Springs Living, we offer professional services and support that people don't have access to in their homes. You'll find daily options for your social life, access to professional services, reliable supply chains, and caring support networks. All of these features and services contribute to our communities being safe and comfortable.
- How do I know if the vaccine is safe?
- If I’ve had COVID-19, do I need to get the vaccine?
- What are the benefits of getting the COVID-19 vaccine?
- Vaccination Information from Consonus
- Vaccination Information from CDC
- OHCA Coronavirus Updates
- COVID-19 Resources for Oregon
- World Health Organization - Myth Busters
- Department of Global Health
- CDC.GOV: Daily Updates
- Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services: Coronavirus Updates and Information