Please click here to read about the latest masking guidelines.
Call Sebastian 860-533-2554 to register for this informative 5 Myths to living at Arbors of Hop Brook on May 19th @ 2pm.
Please read the attached memo for Arbors staff and residents regarding our updated mask policy. Attachment: Resident masking guide 3.4.22 Attachment: Staff masking guide 3.4.22
Speak to our Retirement Counselor for more information!
Arbors was featured in an article recently on CAT.com click on the link to read the article. https://bit.ly/CATArborsarticle
Join us on November 4th at Arbors for our Medicare Untangled event with Susan Kayeum Senior Client Executive with National Financial Partners. Space is limited, call Sebastian @ 860-530-2592 to register or to register online click here.
Please read the attached memo regarding caregivers to be vaccinated for COVID-19 Aides to Vaccinate Memo to Homehealth Aides Attachment
Please see this document outlining vaccination guidelines for persons entering Arbors. Thank You Click Here
Please read the attached update regarding private caregivers and vaccinations per Governor Lamont’s Executive Order (13B)
Successful event at Arbors of Hop Brook on downsizing in today’s hot real estate market. Downsizing specialist Donna Finocchiaro from Lotus Transitions and Vincent Diana, award winning realtor with William Raveis, spoke and answered questions on getting top dollar for your home. More events...
Attachment: Updated Optional Mask Policy 6/22/2021
Attachment: Update 6 1 2021
Attachment: Updated Resident Guidelines Flyer effective May 4th, 2021
Attachment: Covid Guidelines Memo 5/4/21
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Visitor guidelines update as of 4/12/2021
File Attachments: Resident Activity Update for the week of 4/19/21
Please see updated visitor guidelines, thank you! File Attachments: Visitor Guidelines 03-04-2021
File Attachments: Visitor Guidelines 02-18-2021
File Attachments: Covid Update 1-5-2021
File Attachments: Resident Update 12-30-2020
File Attachments: Vaccination Statement 12-8-2020
A summary of the COVID stages and response summary. File Attachments: Covid Stages Update 12-3-2020
We remain committed to sharing information with you regarding the COVID-19 situation and all the precautionary measures enacted to prevent any spread of the virus at our community. Due to rapidly increasing prevalence of COVID-19, Arbors will enter “High-Risk” Stage, effective Wednesday, November 18th....
Please click here to watch a preview relating to Arbors’ measures as we prepare for increased prevalence of COVID-19
Arbors COVID-19 Update- Effective Tomorrow 11/13/20 Due to increased prevalence of COVID-19, Arbors is preparing for “High-Risk Stage”. In response, the following changes will go into effect beginning Friday (11/13): -no communal dining (evening dining room diners will receive room service) -in person group...
File Attachments: October 28th 2020 Update
Arbors of Hop Brook has designated COVID Risk Stages Guidance, which follows the Department of Public Health Framework, as a method to communicate activity, programing and visitor guidelines appropriate to meet the level of prevalence in the community and surrounding county. File Attachments: Covid...
File Attachments: Resident Notice 10-22-2020
File Attachments: Resident Notice 6-21-2020
File Attachments: 5/14 Posting
File Attachments: Letter to Families – Confirmed Case
Resident, Family, and Staff COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Update 3/31/20 Weekly Q&A Group Call~Mondays at 3 pm Chante Drasdis, Executive Director fields questions and provides the latest updates. Call in to participate: 1 (800) 434-5932 Enter passcode: 8328 076 # As the global outbreak of...
Resident, Family, and Staff COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Update 3/23/20 These are unprecedented times, requiring unprecedented measures. Arbors wants to provide you with the most current information regarding the situation and the important and proactive steps we are implementing to keep our community safe. At this...
3/18/20 Update to Arbors Family (Staff, Residents, Families and Caregivers) We realize how quickly news and requirements change relating to Coronavirus. There is a likelihood the Governor will be requiring residents to shelter in place in the coming days. First, please know that our staff will...
The risk of severe illness and death from COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is exponentially higher in persons 80 years of age and older and in those with chronic health conditions. We also know there is an increased risk among people who live in group settings. Yesterday, Governor...
As we have all seen in the news, more cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) have been diagnosed in the United States. Health officials say coronavirus is more dangerous for people with underlying health conditions and those over the age of 60. The majority of people...