COVID-19 Update – September 11, 2020

Harley HempelUncategorized

Dear Family & Friends of Sherwood Care, This time of year is a great reminder of why Albertans are so hardy! One day we have frost warnings and the very next day we see temperature of 25 ℃.  Every day that I water my outside flowers and plants I am grateful for those warmer days. Speaking of changes in weather, … Read More

The Grand Parade – September 20, 2020

Harley HempelUncategorized

We are only 9 days away from The Grand Parade!!!! We are getting very excited as the campaign progresses and Event Day gets closer. Over the last month, Sherwood Care’s fantastic Team Captains have been avidly fundraising towards The Grand Parade. And I’m happy to say that so far we have raised a total of $16,544, bringing us to 41% … Read More

COVID-19 Update – August 21, 2020

Harley HempelUncategorized

Dear Friends and Families of Sherwood Care, We are 168 days COVID free!! With just over a week left in the month of August, it’s hard to believe that the summer is just about over.  The new visitation guidelines for outdoor visits and indoor supportive visits have now been going on for two weeks. We are so thankful for all … Read More

COVID-19 Update – August 14, 2020

Harley HempelUncategorized

Dear Friends and Family of Sherwood Care, It has been a busy and full week, as we begin the indoor visits as well as the updated outdoor visitation schedule. It has been so rewarding to see the happy faces of you and your loved one. Your presence over the mealtime has been a tremendous support for your family member and … Read More

COVID-19 Update – July 16, 2020

Harley HempelUncategorized

Dear Friends and Family of Sherwood Care, I hope this post finds you in good health and spirits! We all listened today as Dr Hinshaw announced updates to the current visitation process for congregate living sites, which includes long-term-care.  We are anxious to review the updated guidelines and the shift from restricted to safe access.  As she noted in her presentation, … Read More

COVID-19 Update – July 3, 2020

Harley HempelUncategorized

Dear Friends and Family of Sherwood Care, I’m hoping you were able to catch the sunny moments this week, in between all the rain. Here are a few updates from this week: 119 days COVID free!! Currently we have 3 residents on isolation, 1 new admission, 1 return from hospital and 1 with symptoms – we have 2 negative COVID … Read More

COVID-19 Update – June 26, 2020

Harley HempelUncategorized

Dear Friends and Family of Sherwood Care, We hope you were able to enjoy and celebrate Father’s Day this past weekend. With the current pandemic, we understand that this would have been a very different Father’s Day unlike any other. Here are a few updates from this week: 112 days COVID free!! There were 3 Telephone Town Hall Meetings with … Read More

Invitation to Residents and their Families to attend a Telephone Town Hall Meeting with Dr. Deena Hinshaw

Harley HempelUncategorized

Dear Friends and Family Members of Sherwood Care Residents, I hope you are enjoying this absolutely beautiful weather and that you’re looking forward to the weekend. Please click HERE for information and documents regarding a Town Hall Meeting with Dr Deena Hinshaw. She specifically wants to hear from families and residents living in continuing care facilities about the visitation guidelines. … Read More

COVID-19 Update – June 16, 2020

Harley HempelUncategorized

Dear Friends and Family Members of Sherwood Care Residents, We are happy to report that we are now 100 days COVID-19 free at Sherwood Care! A huge thank you goes out to our families for supporting our efforts in keeping Sherwood Care safe and healthy for our residents and staff! It has been a quieter week, however we would like … Read More

COVID-19 Update – June 8, 2020

Harley HempelUncategorized

Dear Friends and Family Members of Sherwood Care Residents, I am happy to report that there is no COVID-19 in the facility. We are aware that the risks are still high, as this week, two care centres in Edmonton were placed on outbreak status due to one positive case at each site. One was a positive resident and the other … Read More