Changes for Fully Vaccinated Residents in California
Although California is opening, Renaissance Village Rancho Belago continues to uphold its current guidelines under the Department of Public Health and Department of Social Services’ guidelines. As a result, face masks are required throughout the community. However, fully vaccinated residents and their fully vaccinated guests can visit in the resident’s apartment
without wearing face masks. Everyone must still wear a face mask to and from the apartment, but they can be removed once inside. As for activities, if all residents participating in a group activity are fully vaccinated, residents may choose not to wear their masks during the activity.
Renaissance Village Rancho Belago Partners with ONR, Inc.
Renaissance Village Rancho Belago welcomed Orthopaedic & Neurological Rehabilitation, Inc. (ONR, Inc) to the community on May 3, 2021. ONR’s TOUCH program provides on-site therapy services to help residents regain their independence. In addition, this program is also available to seniors in the surrounding area. Michael Voll serves as the Director of Rehabilitation over the program, and he works with the physical therapist, Simrat Kaur. This program is beneficial to residents with hip and knee fractures, joint replacements, stroke, arthritis, cardiovascular disease, dementia, diabetes, pain, chronic health conditions, and other disabling illnesses and injuries. Furthermore, ONR, Inc. also works will all insurances and USACRC Project III works with seniors’ doctors and insurance providers to determine what works best for them.
Memorial Day Barbecue
In honor of Memorial Day, Renaissance Village Rancho Belago hosted a Memorial Day Barbecue. The afternoon featured live entertainment by Endless Era and veteran resources provided by the Vet Center. Sergeant Jesse Speck, Moreno Valley Army Recruiter, stopped by. Ulises Cabrera, Councilman of District 4, also stopped by to extend thanks to veterans on behalf of the community. In addition, he also reflected on the importance of Memorial Day. Residents also enjoyed a delicious barbecue lunch.
2021 Walk to End Alzheimer’s Fundraising Efforts in Rancho Belago
Renaissance Village Rancho Belago is fundraising for the 2021 Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Saturday, October 16. In addition to their snack cart efforts, the team is also hosting a fundraiser each month to raise money to meet our team’s fundraising goal. On April 28, they hosted Baking to Beat Alzheimer’s: Drive-Thru Bake Sale, which raised $625. On May 23, they hosted Donate For A Waffle Plate, which raised $347. The creativity for fundraising has been on fire this year, and those fundraising goals are in sight. With all of their fundraising thus far, the community raised $1,162.
Lastly, to learn more about Renaissance Village Rancho Belago, visit Continental East – Fund VII, LLC
Renaissance Village Murrieta Guidelines for Visitation
Renaissance Village Murrieta, like its sister location, is also continuing to uphold its current guidelines. Face masks are required throughout the community. However, fully vaccinated residents and their fully vaccinated guests can visit in the resident’s apartment without wearing face masks. In addition, everyone must still wear a face mask to and from the apartment, but they can be removed once inside. As for activities, if all residents participating in a group activity are fully vaccinated, residents may choose not to wear their masks during the activity.
Memorial Day Remembrance
In honor of Memorial Day, Renaissance Village Murrieta spent time in remembrance of the fallen men and women who greatly sacrificed to secure the freedoms that we have today. They wanted to see a great America for themselves and their families. The residents watched several videos that showed the impact of the various wars we’ve fought in. They also took time to honor the veterans that live at Renaissance Village Murrieta. A few of the ladies in
the community made tie blankets for our veterans. In addition, Nicole from Vitas Healthcare brought poppies for residents, which are a symbol of resilience.
2021 Walk to End Alzheimer’s Fundraising Efforts in Murrieta
At Renaissance Village Murrieta, staff and residents alike have come together to fundraise for the 2021 Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The community is generating its fundraising through selling snacks, stuffed animal elephants, and other trinkets. In addition, residents have gotten involved by creating purple bracelets. Their most recent fundraising effort was their Cruisin’ with the Classics: Father’s Day Car Show in partner with Drifters Car Club of Southern California, residents paid to take their photos with or ride in the classic cars. With all of their fundraising thus far, the community raised $1,445, which is more than half of their goal.
Lastly, to learn more about Renaissance Village Murrieta, visit Continental East – Fund VI, LLC.