United’s safe visiting guidelines outline the practices and expectations that enable visitors to safely support residents living at United Active Living during the COVID-19 pandemic. These guidelines are in alignment with visitation orders of the Chief Medical Officer of Health of Alberta, and are based upon the individual and collective risk tolerance of United residents, employees and families.
Health Assessment screening continues to be an entry requirement for all persons entering our community. To ease the process, we have established an online-based health assessment tool. The online screening is available via QR code at the greeter stations within our community. A direct link to the health screening tool can be found here.
Upon completion, you will be provided a “Fit for Entry” message on your screen (or alternatively directed not to enter). This screen message will need to be viewed for verification by the screener, as well as completing your temperature check. For those who do not use online or smart technology, we will continue to make a hard copy available.
See Below for Earlier COVID-19 Communications from United Active Living:
- Thursday, April 8, 2020: Update – Letter from United Active Living President and CEO
- Friday, March 27, 2020: Update – Additional measures
- Monday, March 16 2020: Update – Increased level of response
Letter from United Active Living President and CEO, Kim O’Brien
- Saturday, March 14, 2020: Letter from CEO