The global pandemic situation with COVID-19 is actively evolving. We at Scotia Village are closely monitoring and following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services as well as the Scotland County Department of Health and Human Services
Effective March 14th, the Scotia Village campus will be closed to all visitors.
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The past six weeks have been unprecedented. Few of us could have predicted the circumstances in which we currently find ourselves. For me, the most daunting of circumstances is that there is not a concrete end date to the crisis. At Scotia Village residents and team are making the best of it. Our approach has been to monitor the facts and increase resident and team restrictions in a way that tries to balance safety and quality of life. The Leadership Team meets each morning to discuss how things are going and to deliberate on any procedural changes that may need to take place.
It has not been easy developing and implementing restrictions on what residents can do and where they can go. Through the process we have relied on guidance from the CDC, CMS, NCDHHS, NC Executive Orders, and Scotland County. We have also been in contact with the PHI team and our sister communities to discuss issues and hear about best practices.
Currently: Some of the actions we have taken to date
Making the Best of It: A sample of good things happening
I am incredibly proud of the Scotia Village Team and the residents. This situation is incredibly difficult, but everyone has pulled together to protect each other.