We are extremely excited to announce that our visiting parlor at Fairview Haven will be open this coming Thursday!
The visiting parlor offers a safe/comfortable way to visit with your loved one at Fairview Haven.
To schedule a time in either visiting parlor, please contact the receptionist at Fairview Haven 815-692-2572.
Our visiting parlors are almost finished. Residents and loved ones will stay warm and cozy while they have safe visits through a plexiglass wall. A speaker system will help them hear each other. We're excited to try these out soon!
Please join us for another Facebook Live Town Hall meeting on Monday, October 26 at 12:00 noon! We will be updating you on our recent COVID policy changes that reflect the newest guidance from IDPH as well our our current status. As always, please email or comment with any questions you would like us to address during this town hall.
We are blessed to have a church building just across the parking lot as well as two team members qualified to preach the Word.
Today, about 50 residents and Fairview Haven team members were able to gather safely for a special church service (residents and team members only).
Words cannot express the joy these residents (and team members) experienced as they entered the house of the Lord for the first time in TOO MANY months.
God provided a glorious day - Thank you to all the team members who made this possible!
EXCITING NEWS ... Our CONNECTIONS HOME CARE has launched!
Click here to see more information on our website: Connections Home Care
A dreary Columbus Day was brightened by a children's parade.
From the ground up, builders are creating small visiting cottages that will enable residents to visit with family and friends while still following the IDPH protocol for Covid prevention. The cottage will be divided by a plexiglass wall; that will allow for them to see each other without the need for masks. Cottages will be available at Serenity Villa and at Fairview Haven. Thanks to P&L Construction and Leman Builders for helping out and for donating time on behalf of the residents and their loved ones!
We're thankful to report that last week's covid testing results were all negative! This means we can move a step forward with limited indoor visits in a designated visiting area. While outdoor visits are still preferable, beginning today, a resident's healthcare power of attorney and any of the resident's children and children's spouses may schedule visits. Visits must be in the designated area. There can be two visitors at a time and - per IDPH - the visitors should be of the same household. Visitors must adhere to the guidelines posted on the Fairview Haven website. See link to Visitor Fact Sheet at bottom right on the Covid information page: https://www.fairviewhaven.org/covid-19-info.html. Visits should be scheduled 24 hours in advance; please contact the receptionist (5 am - 5 pm) to schedule your visit.
Also we are in the process of building two visiting sheds (one for Serenity Villa and one for the FVH activity courtyard) to accommodate safe heated visits throughout the winter. The sheds will accommodate family visits (more than two visitors at a time). There will be plexiglass dividers. We are thankful to Leman Builders and P-L Construction for their volunteer efforts to build these sheds. We anticipate the costs of building materials to be around $15,000 per shed. If you are interested in contributing towards the costs, please contact Dave Blunier firstname.lastname@example.org 815.692.6701
Thanks so much for keeping us all in your prayers! We are so thankful to God for allowing us to get to this point.
It is the policy of Fairview Haven to give equal opportunity to all qualified persons
without regard to race, color, religion, sex, marital status, disability, national origin or age.