A Message at Easter for all families
At Providence Place and Tekoa Manor we are continuing to proceed with the abundance of caution and restricting outside visitors. At this time we are requesting that only CRITICAL visitors enter the building. Restricting outside visitors is essential to keeping our residents safe.
We ask that you would respect and honor this request at Easter time as well.
Any persons that have cold symptoms or are feeling unwell are NOT permitted to enter the building.
We continue to have drop-off zones in the vestibules and ask that visitors that are dropping off supplies for our residents, minimize contact by adhering to the posted procedure and not enter the building. Please do not hug or chat in the vestibules as this does not adhere to physical distancing.
Please also ensure that you speak to your loved ones, daily if possible, by telephone. Residents are encouraged to stay in contact with their neigbours by telephone and asked to not visit in person and in suite.
Please note that private care providers and home care providers will be permitted to provide services to residents but are required to sign in. We will provide you with more information as soon as it becomes available.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
to our dedicated staff
"So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand." - Isaiah 41:10
To enrich the lives of our residents through individualized care and activities, programs and faith-based services that encourage participation and promote a sense of well-being.
Zest for Life
Our residents enjoy being involved in a variety of on-going activities, special events, programs and fundraisers.
Social interaction and involvement helps to provide a continued zest for life.
Our goal at Durham Christian Homes is to ensure that residents feel at home by creating a genuine sense of community.