A Safe Transition

October 14, 2020
Feel good about transitioning your loved one into an assisted living or memory care when choosing a Priority Life Care community.

The fruit of love is service, which is compassion in action.

Mother Theresa

We are here to help you! During these challenging times, we understand that choosing a senior living can be a difficult decision. We will help you have a safe transition. Our outstanding care remains as we continue to create the safest protocols for our communities.

Safety First

At each of our communities, you can expect safety to be our #1 priority for residents and employees. Every move-in who is not vaccinated is tested for COVID-19. We also recognize that testing is only effective when combined with integrated infection control measures. Because of this, we abide by all state and local health department guidelines. We also provide:

Nurturing the Mind, Body & Soul

At Priority Life Care communities, our Life Enrichment program is resident-centric. We get to know each and every resident and focus on nourishing the 3 key elements to overall wellness: Mind, Body, & Soul. We not only provide fun activities for socialization but also the opportunities needed to aid in personal growth and increased quality of life.

Our Life Enrichment programming caters to our residents’ personal likes and needs. Many communities have found through the pandemic that smaller group “activities” lead to more diverse offerings and a deeper sense of “community”. Residents and Life Enrichment directors got a little more creative with the arts programming, our garden clubs blossomed, karaoke rang through the halls, and walking clubs got a move on!

As new residents are welcomed, we welcome their new interests and a broader calendar of life enrichment opportunities!

What People are Saying…

Great staff, wonderful to my loved one. Thanks for the hard work in these tough time everyone!

James, Family Member
Independence Court of Monroeville

My mother has lived here for several years. This is a smaller facility which has the advantage of staff getting to know you and reduces the chance for spread of disease since we are living in the age of COVID19.None of my other friends with family in long term care have had this benefit.

Lucy, Family Member
Oak Park Village at Slidell

Symphony Manor has been my mom’s home for almost 2 years. The staff has provided my mom with quality care in a living and supportive manner. My mom recently celebrated her 100th birthday at Symphony and the staff made sure her day was a special one! Given the current pandemic, all that effort fell squarely on the shoulders of the staff and they more than met the challenge. I will always be thankful. I highly recommend Symphony Manor of Feasterville to offer a caring and supportive assisted living residence.

Kathleen, Family Member
Symphony Manor of Feasterville

Frequently Asked Questions

What is your policy for visiting residents?

In most states, in-person visits are welcome both indoors and outside. All of our communities abide by the federal, state, and local Departments of Health guidelines. Some communities may require calling in advance.

For all communities, family members will continue to have the opportunity to have a virtual visit with their loved one(s) through Facetime, Skype, Zoom, etc., and window visits. You may schedule these visits with the executive director or life enrichment (activities) director to help facilitate these visits.

Are new residents required to be vaccinated?

New residents in a Priority Life Care community are not required to be vaccinated in order to move in. We do recommend that residents choose to be fully vaccinated and are partnered with CVS for our vaccination clinics. If you choose to be vaccinated or are unsure, please consult with your physician to make the right decision for you.

What do you do when someone tests positive for COVID-19?

There are many steps we take when someone tests positive for COVID-19. We want to make sure that our resident is comfortable and has the opportunities to communicate with their family, eat nutritious and comforting food, have daily activities and staff visits.
Our protocol adheres to state and local health department guidelines, and may include:
– Ensuring that the positive resident or employee is able to self-isolate for at least 10 days.
– Testing all non-vaccinated or symptomatic persons that may have been in contact with the person who tested positive.
– Reviewing all training and protocols for positive cases with staff.
– Continued enhanced environmental cleaning and ensuring proper PPE.
– Communication within 24 hours to the local department of health, employees, residents, and families.

Do residents have to wear a mask?

Masking and social distancing requirements vary by community and are dependent on community vaccination rates, the vaccination status of visitors, as well as state and local regulations.
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