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RESIDENT SPOTLIGHT | Fort Wayne | Lori

June 29, 2020

Lori Good is a long-term care resident who started on therapy for increased difficulty with chewing and swallowing foods along with right shoulder pain and limited ambulation through our facility due to pain to shoulder area. Lori participated in Occupational therapy for pain management along with UB strengthening to increase her independence. Lori is no longer having pain to her shoulder and is now ambulating through out our facility with an RW independently. Lori is about to discharge from Occupational therapy with the ability to ambulate in room with no assistive device and pain free to her shoulder area!
Lori worked with Speech therapy on improving her swallowing ability and chewing to maximize her independence with self-feeding. Lori is now able to enjoy her meals and maintain her weight while on a mechanically altered diet. Congratulations Lori on making great strides toward improving your independence with ambulation and improving your swallowing!

Cleaning and Disinfecting

June 26, 2020

When cleaning and disinfecting a public space, workplace, business, school or even your home, you have to put together a plan. Cleaning with soap and water removes germs, dirt, and impurities from surfaces while disinfecting actually kills the germs on surfaces. Cleaning lowers the risk of spreading infection, but disinfecting can even further lower that risk. Once you have a plan in place, you must implement then maintain and revise.

Develop Your Plan

  • Determine what needs to be cleaned
  • Determine how areas will be disinfected
  • Consider the resources and equipment needed

Consider the type of surface and how often the surface is touched. Prioritize disinfecting frequently touched surfaces and be mindful of the availability of products needed and PPE.

Implement the Plan

  • Clean visibly dirty surfaces with soap and water prior to disinfection
  • Use the appropriate cleaning or disinfecting product
  • Always follow the directions on the label

Maintain and Revise the Plan

  • Continue routine cleaning and disinfection
  • Maintain safe practices
  • Continue practices that reduce the potential for exposure

Continue to revise and improve upon your plan based on the appropriate disinfectant and PPE availability. Frequently wash your hands, use cloth face coverings and stay home while you are sick.


Content Source: The Center for Disease Control and Prevention

RESIDENT SPOTLGHT | North Vernon | Melody

June 22, 2020

Melody Burnley came to reside at Majestic Care of North Vernon in August of 2019. She is a long term resident with multiple health issues requiring daily assistance. Mel has been participating in therapy due to a recent hospital stay resulting in weakness and overall debility. She has been encouraged by therapy and the nurses as well as the aids and other residents and is so thankful that everyone cared for her! She is now able to walk better and has a better balance. Mel said she would recommend Majestic Care of North Vernon to her friends, family and the community!

Slowing the Spread by Social Distancing

June 19, 2020

If you have read our previous articles, you know that Covid-19 spreads mainly among people who are in close contact with one another for a prolonged period of time. When an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks, droplets from their nose or mouth are scattered into the air and land in the mouths or noses of those they’re around. This is why it is important to maintain social distancing.

Social distancing means to keep space between yourself and others outside of your home. To practice social distancing, stay at least 6 feet away from others (two arm lengths apart).

Limiting close contact with others outside your household in indoor and outdoor spaces is one of the best tools we have to avoiding exposure to the virus and it will ultimately slow the spread of the virus and flatten the curve. Since people can spread the virus before they know they are even sick, it is important to stay away from others whenever possible; even if they are not presenting symptoms.

Many people have personal circumstances or situations that present challenges with practicing social distancing, but with each person who does practice proper social distancing, wears a fabric mask in everyday activities where social distancing is challenged, we can flatten the curve and get through this together.


Content Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Fabric Face Coverings

June 12, 2020

Covid-19 has been found to spread mainly from person to person via respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks. Studies show that these droplets can usually travel around 6 feet and can land in the mouths or noses of people who are within that distance and possibly be inhaled into the lungs. Wearing a cloth face covering may not protect the wearer directly, but it may keep the wearer from spreading the virus to others. The Center for Disease Control recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.

Examples of those settings include:
• Grocery stores
• Pharmacies
• Gas stations
• Post Office
• Bank


Cloth face coverings are encouraged because they will slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus (and don’t know it yet) from transmitting it to others.

How to wear your face covering correctly:
• Wash your hands before putting on your cloth face covering
• Wear it over your nose and mouth and secure it under your chin
• Try to fit the cover snuggly against the sides of your face
• Make sure you can breathe easily


Wearing face coverings is a way to protect those around you. It is encouraged to be worn so you do not transmit the virus to others if you have it and are not presenting symptoms yet; though there are things to keep in mind for your own safety in removing the covering properly.

Examples include:
• Don’t put the covering around your neck or up on your forehead
• Do not touch the face covering, and if you do, wash or sanitize your hands afterwards
• Keep the covering on your face the entire time you’re in public
• Handle only by the ear loops
• Fold outside corners in together
• After removing, do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth, and wash your hands immediately after removing


Our care team members are required to wear medical grade masks at all times while in our communities. Cloth face coverings are encouraged outside of medical facilities and should only be worn in situations like the ones listed above.

Majestic Care & Covid-19

June 5, 2020

Please take a moment to hear from Bernie McGuinness (our CEO), Donn Kump (our CFOO), Dean Ramsey (Executive Director at Majestic Care of Saint Anthony) & the leadership team at Majestic Care of Avon about the great things Majestic Care is doing in the time of Covid-19.


Congratulations to Victoria Collier, RNA as she celebrates 20 years of service this month at our Majestic Care of Columbus community!

“I love taking care of all of my Residents, they are like family. I have been through eight takeovers and I feel this one is the ticket because Majestic Care has shown that they care about their staff as well as their residents.”

– Victoria Collier, RNA