Mother’s Day is one of our favorite and busiest holidays here at Shorehaven. With the special day coming up this Sunday – and with the Safer at Home order still in place – we want to share with you a few opportunities for you to share a smile with your loved one this weekend:

  • If you have a loved one on our campus, we would love for you to make a short video and send a private message through our Facebook page. To do this, simply visit our Facebook page and click the blue Send Message button directly beneath our cover photo. Type your message, add an attachment or video and press enter to send. If you can also send a short note with the resident’s name, that would be most helpful. You can click here to learn more about Facebook messages.
  • We’ll also be sharing photos and videos this week of residents across our campus sharing their favorite Mother’s Day memories, the best things they learned from their mothers, as well as messages to their children during this special time of year. Be sure to connect with us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram for some heartwarming photos, starting this evening and leading right up to Mother’s Day.
  • Consider mailing or delivering a card to your loved one here at Shorehaven. You may consider writing one thing you love about them for every year or decade of their life. Send your cards and letters to:

Shorehaven
1305 W. Wisconsin Ave.
P.O. Box 208
Oconomowoc, WI 53066

Whether you send a video message or a letter, our team will work to share your message with your loved one all this week and into next week.

As we work to balance resident and family needs, we ask that all families please comply with the Safer at Home order issued by Governor Evers. Following the guidance of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), we are restricting visitors except for particular circumstances, such as end-of-life, when a visitor is essential for a resident’s emotional well-being and care, and those visits should be limited to minimize exposure beyond the family member.

Personal items may be delivered to the foyer of the main entrance to the Health Center of the south side of Shorehaven’s campus or the main entrance to Lake Terrace Apartments on the north side of campus. We ask that residents and families refrain from visiting through an open window or open spaces. However, we’re working hard to connect families and encourage interaction via FaceTime or Skype with our laptops or tablets.

We’re glad to be your neighbors during these challenging times. And we thank you for being here for us. If you have questions or suggestions about life on our campus, reply to this email to send us a note, visit shorehavenliving.org or call us at 262-567-8341.