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Happy Thanksgiving from San Simeon

From all of our staff and residents, have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

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November Is National Diabetes Month

Diabetes is a disease that affects tens of millions of people throughout the US. And although a cure for diabetes has yet to be developed, there are many precautionary steps you can take to prevent or manage its associated symptoms.

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Beauty & Salon Services Are Back!

Dear Residents and Family Members,

We are pleased to report that the Governor has agreed to allow nursing homes to restart providing beauty and salon services in house. Denise from Making Waves is back and has worked with us to ensure we have set up proper procedures and protocols to maintain the health and safety of our residents. We are available now to provide these services as you require, please reach out to the facility to arrange for salon services for yourself/loved one.

Slowly getting back to normal….

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Celebrating Halloween at San Simeon

This past Saturday, the Halloween spirit was in the air as our residents and staff dressed up and celebrated the festivities while painting pumpkins. Take a look at all of these photos to see how much fun we had!

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Indoor Visitation Update

Good Afternoon Residents and Family Members,

In anticipation of colder and more inclement weather affecting our outdoor visitation, we are modifying our visitation policies effective as of our next reopen date (which is currently November 11th) . Starting on the 11th, visitation will be held indoors in the Daycare Center. In order to safely accommodate indoor visitation, we must restrict the amount of visitors we may have per session, as well as reduce the duration of visits to accommodate the largest number of residents and visitors.

As such, there will now be no more than 3 residents with visitors per session, and each session will last up to 30 minutes max. Visitors will follow the same procedure in terms of reporting to the main entrance and obtaining medical clearance prior to visitation. Be reminded the requirement of being tested negative within 7 days of the visit remains in effect. Once cleared medically, you may drive/walk down to the daycare entrance where a staff person will greet you and direct you for your visitation. All other previous requirements remain in effect, including social distancing, proper mask use, etc.

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Special Halloween Pumpkin Delivery

This past Friday, San Simeon received a donation of pumpkins from Cornell for our residents to paint on Halloween. Special thanks to Sharna Nicholson, Master Gardener at Cornell, and her husband for stopping by to deliver them in person!

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Celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the San Simeon staff celebrated by recognizing loved ones who have battled this devastating disease.

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Important Visitation Update

Dear Residents and Family Members,

While our resident population remains COVID-19 free since the beginning of this pandemic (for which we are extremely proud and humbly thankful), we’ve had another employee test positive for COVID-19. As a result of the employee positive, per NYS DOH we must regrettably shut down visitation again until November 11th. We apologize for the unavoidable inconvenience and we appreciate your understanding.

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Therapeutic Recreational Activities

Since we are located on Long Island’s North Fork within the scenic hamlet of Greenport, San Simeon is able to provide our residents with a wide array of recreational activities to experience and enjoy. Catering to the unique needs of each of our residents, we make sure there are activities all of them can take part in.

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Around The Clock Patient-Centered Care

At San Simeon by the Sound, our expertly trained nursing and clinical staff tend to our residents’ needs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This ensures that every San Simeon resident receives the personalized care necessary to promote their wellbeing and quality of life.

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