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We are currently limiting visitors to those who are medically necessary or end-of-life/compassion care. Virtual tours are available. Significant restrictions on move-ins are in place at this time; please contact the Executive Director for additional information. Thank you for helping us protect our residents and associates.

March 30

Based on guidance from state and local health departments and based on how widespread COVID-19 cases are, we have updated our self-isolation policy. Starting immediately, we will be requiring residents who choose to leave the community, for any reason, to self-isolate in their apartments for 14 days and wear a mask anytime an associate enters their apartment.

We continue to monitor and follow all the directives of state and local governments, including executive orders of governors, mayors and health departments. Many of these directives require people to stay in their homes to help prevent the spread of the virus.

We are still limiting visitors in all our communities. The only visitors allowed at this time are medical providers and for end-of-life situations. They are being screened for symptoms and having their temperature taken and recorded. This applies to our associates too, before they begin their shifts.

Out of an abundance of caution, we are implementing a self-isolation/quarantine protocol for any resident who leaves the community.

  • Residents returning from a hospital or rehabilitation admission will be required to self-isolate in their apartment for 14 days. We will ask residents to wear a mask anytime one of our associates is in their apartment.
  • Residents returning from an emergency department or urgent care visit will be required to self-isolate in their apartment for 14 days. If the visit was for respiratory illness, the resident will self-isolate in their apartment and remain in it until 14 days WITHOUT symptoms. We will ask residents to wear a mask anytime one of our associates is in their apartment.
  • If a resident chooses to leave the community to spend the weekend with their family, or they go shopping or run errands, they will be required to self-isolate in their apartments for 14 days and wear a mask anytime an associate enters their apartment.
  • We will not keep our Generations residents isolated in their apartments. They will still be able to move about the Generations neighborhood, but we will isolate Generations and not allow crossover of associates from other departments into Generations.

    The policies listed above were put in place out of an abundance of caution as an additional measure to help keep the virus out of our communities. If ANY resident or associate displays symptoms of COVID-19, they will be immediately placed under full isolation protocols. .


  • March 24

    We continue to monitor and follow all the directives of state and local governments, including executive orders of governors, mayors and health departments. Many of these directives require people to stay in their homes to help prevent the spread of the virus.

    We are still limiting visitors in all our communities. The only visitors allowed at this time are medical providers and for end-of-life situations. They are being screened for symptoms and having their temperature taken and recorded. This applies to our associates too, before they begin their shifts.

    Out of an abundance of caution, we are implementing a self-isolation/quarantine protocol for any resident who leaves the community.

    • Residents returning from a hospital or rehabilitation admission will be required to self-isolate in their apartment for seven days. We will ask residents to wear a mask anytime one of our associates is in their apartment.
    • Residents returning from an emergency department or urgent care visit for a condition unrelated to respiratory infection will be required to self-isolate in their apartment for 72 hours. We will ask residents to wear a mask anytime one of our associates is in their apartment.
    • Residents returning from an emergency department or urgent care visit for respiratory illness will resume self-isolation in their apartment and remain in it until 72 hours WITHOUT symptoms. We will ask residents to wear a mask anytime one of our associates is in their apartment.
    • If a resident chooses to leave the community to spend the weekend with their family, or they go shopping or run errands, they will be required to self-isolate in their apartments for seven days and wear a mask anytime an associate enters their apartment.
    • We will not keep our Generations residents isolated in their apartments. They will still be able to move about the Generations neighborhood, but we will isolate Generations and not allow crossover of associates from other departments into Generations.

    We recognize that the full incubation period for COVID-19 is 14 days. The policies listed above were put in place out of an abundance of caution as an additional measure to help keep the virus out of our communities. If ANY resident or associate displays symptoms of COVID-19, they will be immediately placed under full isolation protocols.

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    March 22

    Update for California Communities

    The health and safety of our residents is our top priority. In each of our California communities, we are closely following the directives of Governor Newsom, the state department of health and the local health departments. No visitors are allowed into our communities at this time. The only exceptions will be for a medical necessity or end-of-life visits. We are recommending that residents and their family members “visit” via FaceTime, Skype, phone calls, cards and letters. For more information about how we are protecting our residents during this time, please visit our website. https://isl-updates.com/

    March 21

    As our country deals with the employment loss due to COVID-19, we wanted to announce that we are looking to add to our team. We are a national company with senior living communities in 20 states and have multiple career opportunities available that may be a perfect fit for you or a friend. Please visit our career site at  https://www.integralseniorlivingcareers.com/ to view our current openings. If you do not find an opportunity, feel free to email our recruiting team directly at employment@islllc.com or text ISL to 85000.

    March 20

    Update for Illinois Communities

    Today, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker issued a stay-at-home order in an effort to combat the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Our associates will be allowed to drive to and from work as they are considered essential service employees, and play a vital role in caring for our residents.

    Since these orders directly impact our residents and associates, we are not allowing visitors except those providing medical assistance and end-of-life care. Please call the Executive Director of the community that you or your loved one is a part of if you have any questions. For more information about this order, visit https://www2.illinois.gov/sites/coronavirus/Pages/default.aspx.


    March 17

    Update for Loma Clara, WindChime of Marin and The Point at Rockridge

    We do not have any confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Loma Clara, WindChime of Marin, or Point at Rockridge communities. Based on the shelter-in-place order of Gov. Newsom, we will not be accepting visitors, effective immediately.

    Because the safety of our residents and associates is our top priority, we will no longer be accepting visitors. The only exception for this will be for end-of-life situations. Please call the Executive Director of the community that you or your loved one is a part of if you have any questions.

    Update for all communities

    As you know, we have been monitoring the spread and growth of coronavirus and the ways it could affect our communities. While we still do not have any confirmed cases in any of our communities, we have begun to take extra precautions because the health and safety of our residents is our top priority.

    We will no longer be accepting visitors, except for in end-of-life situations. Please call the Executive Director of the community that you or your loved one is a part of if you have any questions.


    March 15

    We are taking every precautionary step to protect the health and safety of our residents and associates. We do not have any confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our communities. We are limiting visitors to residents’ immediate family members and their medical providers. In addition, we will be implementing a new screening tool that will include taking the temperatures of all visitors and associates who enter the community. No tours will be offered at any of our communities. If you had a tour planned, please use the virtual tour available on the community’s website. If you were planning to move into the community in the next few weeks, please contact the Executive Director. Thank you for your patience and understanding.


    March 14

    Video: Thank you to our associates


    March 13

    Update for Loma Clara

    We do not have any confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Loma Clara community. Based on the directives of the Santa Clara County Department of Health, we will not be accepting visitors, effective immediately.


    March 12

    We are committed to keeping our residents, families and associates informed with any updates pertaining to the health and safety measures being taken in our communities.