Virtual Mail Service at Northern Colorado Senior Care Community Connects Residents with Community During COVID-19
Grace Pointe Launches ‘Care Mail’ to Promote Positivity and Support for Residents During Social Distancing Orders in Place
Grace Pointe, Greeley’s Senior Care Community, has launched Care Mail for family, friends, and members of the local community to virtually stay in touch with residents during the social distancing period resulting from COVID-19.
“We are dedicated to keeping our residents and staff healthy,” said Jennifer Peterson, Director of Marketing at Grace Pointe. “We understand what families are going through during this time and we are here to help keep their loved ones safe.”
The Care Mail initiative is based on the company’s values, the Three C’s: Community, Connectedness, and Comfort. “We encourage everyone to create a special message for our residents during this time of uncertainty,” said Steve Briscoe, Founder of Grace Pointe. “We want to keep our residents connected to the community while still safely practicing social distancing.”
Residents are invited to inquire at the reception desk and all who are interested in participating may reach out via email and through the dedicated
landing page. Grace Pointe encourages community members from all over to send a special message, even if they do not personally know a resident. The messages can be anything from a nicely worded note to videos and drawings and will be shared daily to provide heartfelt hellos and positivity in residents’ lives.
Stay connected with the residents at Grace Pointe by visiting the Care Mail page at www.gracepointegreeley.com/grace-pointe-care-mail. For more information about the health and safety precautions and measures implemented at Grace Pointe, visit www.gracepointegreeley.com/grace-pointes-preventative-measures-for-covid-19.