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Based on the Health Advisory on Skilled Nursing Facility Visitation from the NYS Department of Health

Issued on July 10, 2020

The Nursing Home must meet all of the criteria as outlined in the NYS Health Advisory (see below) to begin to allow limited visitation.

1. There have been no new, nursing home onset COVID-19 cases in the nursing home for 28 days (through phases one and two)

NURSING HOME NAME LAST COVID-19 POSITIVE CASE CONSECUTIVE DAYS OF NO COVID-19 POSITIVE CASE OF EMPLOYEES AND RESIDENTS ANTICIPATED LIMITED VISITATION DATE
ArchCare at Ferncliff July 4, 2020 7 days August 1, 2020
ArchCare at SVdP June 25, 2020 16 days July 23, 2020
ArchCare at SVdP (ALP) May 13, 2020 59 days June 10, 2020
ArchCare at Carmel Richmond July 3, 2020 8 days July 31, 2020
ArchCare at TCC July 8, 2020 3 days August 5, 2020
ArchCare at MMW July 6, 2020 5 days  August 3, 2020

Criteria Met for ArchCare at Ferncliff Nursing Home, ArchCare at SVdP, ArchCare at Carmel Richmond, ArchCare at Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center, ArchCare at Mary Manning Walsh Home

2. The nursing home is not experiencing staff shortages

3. The nursing home has adequate supplies of personal protective equipment and essential cleaning and disinfection supplies to care for residents

4. The nursing home has adequate access to testing for COVID-19 5. Referral hospital(s) have bed capacity on wards and intensive care units


Keeping our community safe, together. 

Our team is here to answer any questions that you may have. Call our dedicated COVID-19 hotline: 877-239-1998.

Available 24/7 or email info@archcare.org.


 

ArchCare at St. Teresa

ArchCare remains focused on Jesus’ example of bringing healing, hope and compassion to individuals and communities, including those who are underserved and often marginalized. Following the courageous example of Religious Sisters who pointed the way forward, ArchCare is discerning additional ways to provide care that will help the ministry remain socially relevant.

One of these new territories is developing a model of home care for young men and women with autism. As men and women with autism become adults, they age out of many of the educational and support services that were available to them in their youth. This lack of support places a substantial burden on families, especially parents, who are themselves aging.

 

Why St. Teresa's?

Saint Teresa of Calcutta and the Holy Father remind us that we have the responsibility to defend human dignity and embrace the most vulnerable among us. - His Eminence, Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York

 

Project Goals

  • To enable young adults with autism to live away from their families, probably for the first time.
  • To allow families to keep their children close and continue to support them in achieving greater independence.
  • To help residents further develop the skills needed to live independently, so that in later life when family support may diminish due to age or death, they will be secure.

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