COVID-19 Update

Effective March 15, 2020, the St. Clair O’Connor Community Long Term Care Home and all of its independent seniors’ apartments are closed to outside visitation.

The health and well-being of residents and team members is the top priority for the St. Clair O'Connor Community, and we will continue to keep you informed as we monitor the evolving situation with COVID-19. Please continue to check our website for updates and other related information.

We are encouraging our Residents to “shelter in place” and avoid contact with each other as much as possible.

We understand that this is an emotional time for everyone and are doing our outmost to keep our community safe.

Communication in these times is also extremely important so we have created a COVID-19 portal to keep you informed as to what we are doing in our community to ensure its safety and we encourage you to visit it regularly.

For more information about COVID-19 updates at SCOC, please contact us at:

info@scoc.ca 

Community Care!

Thank you to our residents and Board of Directors for their compassion towards our staff and volunteers.

To our healthcare workers, staff and volunteers, thank you for your care and support for our community.

Practicing social distancing at SCOC

Social distancing is a way that we can all help reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our communities, and within St. Clair O'Connor Community.

Here are some examples of how we are practing social distancing:

  • When having conversations with others, we are instructing residents to observe a two (2) metre, or six (6) foot distance to avoid any transmission;
  • instructing vendors to leave all deliveries of food or products at Reception and a staff member will deliver them to their suites;
  • providing meal deliveries to each individual's suite by SCOC staff members.

Helpful Resources

How to Protect Yourself

Why is it recommended to avoid close contact with anyone who has fever and cough?

How to properly wash your hands

Can masks protect against the new coronavirus infection?