Living Branches has committed to transparent communication with residents and families during this pandemic. To make it easier to understand the cases of coronavirus at Living Branches communities, we have created the chart below. We know that other communities in our area are not necessarily presenting their data in a similar manner, but our mission statement – which begins with the word “Together” – is a core truth for Living Branches. To get through this pandemic together, residents and family members need to be confident they know what is happening in our communities.
|Date||April 15, 2021|
|Dock Gardens (Apartments)||0||9|
|Dock Acres (Cottages)||0||1|
|Oakwood Court (Personal Care)||0||1|
|Harmony House (Memory Care)||0||8|
|Dock Terrace (Health Care)||0||30|
|Country Cottage (Memory Care)||0||9|
|Souderton Mennonite Homes||Positive||Recovered|
|Cottages and Townhouses||0||1|
|Park View (Memory Care)||0||1|
|The Willows of Living Branches||Positive||Recovered|
December 30, 2020 – We are deeply saddened to inform you of the passing of three residents at Souderton Mennonite Homes who had tested positive for Covid-19; two persons from Health Care and one from Personal Care. The passing of any resident leaves a sense of sadness in our community; that these have happened during a world-wide pandemic makes no difference. Please join us in praying for their families, friends, and the caregivers who served them as they grieve the loss of their loved ones.
These residents join the twenty eight residents of Living Branches who passed away earlier this year after testing positive for Covid-19. Three people were residents of Dock Woods Harmony House (Memory Care); twenty four residents lived in Dock Terrace/Country Cottage, which is the skilled nursing community of Dock Woods. One resident at The Willows of Living Branches has also passed away.
Note: This information is an up-do-date representation of what we know. Test results in Residential Living or for staff are typically reported by the medical provider first to the resident or staff person, who then reports them to us. Any staff person who tests positive is not allowed back to work until we have received written documentation of negative test results, and they have met the return-to-work guidelines established by Montgomery County Office of Public Health.
If you have specific questions about the information presented here, please email us. Please remember that we cannot provide any information that might violate HIPAA privacy policies.
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