Outdoor Visitation Rules

These rules are prepared from State DHS guidance.

  • All visits MUST be scheduled. Unplanned drop-in’s will not be recognized.
  • All visitors MUST be PRESCREENED for COVID symptoms via phone <24 hours prior to visit. Anyone NOT prescreened OR with symptoms not permitted to visit.
  • Visitation hours: M-F 8:00-4:00         Sat/Sun visitation MAY be available per request and MUST be scheduled by Wednesday of that week to permit proper planning.
  • Length of the appointment: 30 minutes.  Be on time, Late arrivals will limit visitation time.
  • Number of Visitors at a time per Resident: 2           Some exceptions permitted with planning.
  • Visitor list limited to Resident Admission Contact list. Some exceptions permitted with planning.
  • Visitors to be SCREENED again at time of visit for symptoms of COVID-19. Anyone NOT prescreened OR with symptoms not permitted to visit.
  • Sign-in and provide contact information.
  • Masks (Medical or Source Control) must be worn by ALL, resident and visitors at ALL times during visit. Masks will be provided to residents, visitors must provide their own.
  • Social distancing of 6 feet between residents and ALL visitors at ALL Due to the risk of exposure, holding hands, hugging, kissing, or other physical contact is not allowed during visits.
  • Visitors to stay in designated visitation locations.
  • Visitors under age 12 years must be in the control of adults who bring them and must also comply with physical distancing, hand sanitizer and mask requirements.
  • Pets are not permitted.
  • Facility staff are required to supervise visits but will maintain distance as necessary to allow for privacy of conversation.
  • Hand sanitizer will be provided and is to be used upon entering and exiting the visitation area.
  • Any gifts, food or packages for the resident should be dropped off with staff to give to the resident.

Resident criteria

Residents with COVID-19 OR symptoms of COVID-19 OR in a 14-day quarantine OR on Transmission-based precautions per CDC and DHS are not eligible for outside visits.

 

SUSPENSION of VISITATION(s)

  • Weather forecast or conditions put residents and/or visitors at risk. Facility discretion.
  • Resident or visitor(s) do not comply with visitation rules.
  • The resident is at risk of abuse/harm.

Contact Community Life Coordinator Keytun at ext 500 or KViltz@careandrehab.org for details and planning.

Thank you for your cooperation!!  We appreciate it!  We appreciate you!

 

NOTE: This guidance is subject to change without notice.
– The Management

Care & Rehab – Barron

(715) 537-5643

660 East Birch Avenue
Barron, WI 54812