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June 2020

Update 3-31-21:

At The Community at Franklin Park we look forward to the positive changes taking place as we begin to re-open our community. As always our goal is to provide the best possible care in an environment that is safe for residents, families, friends and staff.

As changes take place, please be aware we must continue to follow many existing COVID-19 related protocols and guidelines set by Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), along with State and local departments of health.

Our approach:


ABHM and The Community at Franklin Park encourages all residents and staff to get vaccinated and help end the spread of COVID-19. To administer the vaccinations we worked closely with local pharmacies to host convenient onsite vaccination clinics that enabled residents and staff to easily receive a vaccination. As new residents and staff join our community, we will coordinate with local health departments, and our pharmacies to provide them with the opportunity to get a vaccination.

 COVID Testing

Following guidance from the CDC and State Health Officials we routinely test our staff members and residents.

 Community Visitation

The options for visitation are rapidly changing and determined by CMS, State and local health departments. These options vary from county to county and state to state. Visitors are asked to follow visitation guidelines when planning their visit.

Our goal is to reunite families and residents. To do so, we offer a number of options for visitors that include:

  • Indoor visits
  • Outdoor visits
  • Essential and Compassionate caregiver
  • Virtual visitation

Please contact The Community at Franklin Park for specific visitation information.

Core Principles of COVID-19 Infection Prevention

We are adhering to the CDC Core Principles listed below: 

  • Screening – We will continue to screenall who enter our community for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 (e.g., temperature checks, questions about and observations of signs or symptoms). We will deny entry to those with signs or symptoms or those who have had close contact with someone with COVID-19 infection in the prior 14 days, regardless of the visitor’s vaccination status.
  • Hand hygiene – We require everyone touse alcohol-based hand rub to clean hands before and after visitation.
  • Face covering or mask – We requirea close fitting face mask covering mouth and nose.
  • Social distancing – Keep a distance of at least six feet between persons while visiting the campus.
  • Cleaning and disinfecting –Regularlysanitize frequently touched surfaces, high traffic areas and designated visitation areas after each visit.
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – All individuals must useappropriate PPE.
  • Effective resident segregation – Residents will remain in designated areas e.g., separate areas dedicated to COVID-19 care.
  • Resident and staff testing – We will conduct testing as required by the CDC.

Clean Environment

For the benefit of everyone we continue to keep our community sanitized by maintaining deep cleaning protocols recommended by the CDC. As an extra precaution we routinely clean all high-traffic areas throughout the community. This includes an increased use of cleaning equipment and greater number of handwashing stations and hand sanitizer dispensers placed throughout the community.

Moving to The Community at Franklin Park

New residents at all levels of care are welcome to move in at their convenience. To help new residents during the move-in process and reduce the number of people in the community, The Community at Franklin Park will provide staff members to move you into your new home. Call for more details.



Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)

State Department of Health Resources:
Colorado Department of Health



Aaron M. Termain,
Administrator, Health Center at Franklin Park


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