College Manor for over 60 years in Maryland

COVID-19 Update

Important updates from College Manor

Update: Today, March 26th, 2020

Hopefully everyone has been staying up on the news and understands we don’t make decisions like these without a great deal of thought. Starting this evening at 8:00 p.m., visitors will not be allowed to enter the building. In addition, both Laundry Service and Incontinence Products will need to be provided by College Manor for the time being.

We understand our residents need to interact with their loved ones for their well being. Both Jessica Riddick and Bobby Renaud will be setting up remote video calls for anyone who requests one. Calls will be done Monday – Friday 9:00am to 4:30pm. Read the quick procedure for requesting calls below.

Video/Phone Call Procedure:

1. Email or to request either a video chat via FaceTime/GoogleHangouts or phone call. Please include the requested date and time, residents name and how you would like to be contacted (Phone, FaceTime or GoogleHangouts).

Taking these extra precautions will further reduce our residents risk of exposure. Thank you for your understanding and we hope everyone is taking good care of themselves!

Previous Update:

Guidelines from healthcare professionals and government officials are quickly evolving.  Please check emails, our website and social media for updates pertaining to the College Manor community. In light of the most recent CDC recommendations, all resident meals will be served in their own rooms, for the time being.  See below for the dining schedule and current recommendations from the CDC.

Dining Schedule:
1. Breakfast will be served at 8:30 a.m.
2. Lunch will be served in resident rooms at 12:00 p.m.
*mid-afternoon snack
3. Dinner will be served in resident rooms at 5:00 p.m.
*before bed snack

Current CDC precautions in place: No gatherings of more than 10 people at a time.  Maryland has closed public spaces including gyms, restaurants and bars.  If you show any symptoms, you should contact your physician and asked if testing is necessary.  Anyone who can is asked to stay home and self-quarantine.  Do your best to abide by these recommendations made by State and Federal authorities.  Click the link to see more tips from the CDC on, “How to Protect Yourself.”  The CDC site is being updated hourly and has some of the most recent and prevalent information.

Your health and safety are paramount to us, thank you for your help and cooperation!  Think healthy and we will all get through this time together.