Welcome!

Seventy years ago, Elizabeth Scott became a pioneer in the long-term care industry when she began caring for residents in her converted farm home. Today, the Elizabeth Scott Community offers a continuum of care that includes Independent Living, two levels of Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, and Skilled Rehabilitation – all on a single campus.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) UPDATE 3/27/20:    Please remember windows and doors must be CLOSED at all times if you are standing outside your loved ones apartment/room trying to talk to them. We apologize for this inconvenience, but we are following protocol for the COVID-19. If you choose to visit your loved one by standing outside the window, we would suggest calling your loved one via telephone. Thanks your understanding.

We currently are NOT experiencing any suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 on campus. We are diligently continuing to monitor your loved ones health and safety during these difficult times.

If you have any non-resident questions, please contact us during normal business hours or visit our link below for further information.

To Our Residents and Family Members:

We know many of you are concerned about the spread of COVID-19 (the new coronavirus) and how it may impact us here at Elizabeth Scott Community. Ensuring residents are cared for in a safe and healthy environment is our first priority. At this time, we don’t have any cases in our facility. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have recommended a variety of steps that we are implementing to help reduce the potential for the virus to enter our building. However, we need your help in battling COVID-19. Below are some examples of how you can help protect the residents, as well as prevent the spread throughout the community.

At this time, we request that family and friends do not visit the center. Out of an abundance of caution, we are limiting all visitors to our facility unless absolutely necessary. We are posting signs on our entryway doors to notify visitors of this policy and actively screening individuals, including staff, who need to come into the building.

We understand that connecting with your loved ones is incredibly important, and there are a variety of other ways you might consider communicating with them. These may include telephone, email, text, video chat or social media. If you believe a visit to the center is necessary, we request that you contact the facility at 419-865-3002 prior to your arrival.

Please make sure we have your most current, emergency contact information. We want to make sure we efficiently communicate with you should there be any new developments. Please reach out to the facility at 419-865-3002 with your updated contact information.

Residents and families, please help prevent the spread of infection by exercising proper hand washing hygiene as well as coughing and sneezing etiquette. We offer hand washing and alcohol-based hand sanitizer stations throughout the building, which you are welcome to use. Please also avoid shaking hands and hugs with any individual. If you are experiencing a cough, fever, sore throat, runny nose, and/or shortness of breath, please let a staff member know immediately.

Our facility is following the recommendations of the CDC on prevention steps, including following strict handwashing procedures, and in many circumstances, wearing gowns and gloves when interacting with residents who present symptoms. We also are staying up to date with the CDC recommendations as they may continue to change. In addition, our facility management is in close contact with the local and state health department, and we are following their guidance.

We will notify you if any residents or staff are diagnosed with COVID-19. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact our center at: 419-865-3002.

For additional information, please visit the CDC’s coronavirus disease information page.

Sincerely,

Candace Reed, LNHA

Four Generations of Care

As a family owned facility, our third- and fourth-generation owners work in our facilities every day. They provide a daily example of caring for our residents as if they were family members.

We’re Different

We use a consistent staffing philosophy and assign the same nurses and nurse assistants to a specific area. This allows staff members to get to know each resident and their overall health.