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An independent living resident, two essential health care employees, a non-direct care employee at a contract employee at Farmington Presbyterian Manor have tested positive for COVID-19. The employees and contract employee last worked on dates ranging from January 1 to January 5, screening in prior to their shifts and wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) while at work.
A contract essential healthcare worker at Farmington Presbyterian Manor tested positive for COVID-19 December 24. The contractor reported signs or symptoms consistent with the virus after passing pre-shift screening. The contractor wore personal protective equipment as required.
Change is constant. With every ending, there is a beginning. God is with us not only in our beginnings and in our endings, but in every moment in-between. Chaplain Mary Bridges shares some thoughts on facing change in her January devotion.
Resident Joan Hampton recently had one of her works of art selected as a local winner in the 2021 Art is Ageless® juried art competition. Her mixed-media piece entitled “Cards to Share” is also featured in the 2022 Art is Ageless calendar.