By Robert via CARING

September 2, 2022

My father has been in Park Terrace Health Campus for a couple of weeks now. So far, I’m happy with everything and it seems like a nice place. I’m not disappointed. He’s been in quarantine the whole time and he’s just coming out of quarantine today. Today’s the first time he’ll be out of his room. He’s just been stuck in his room since he’s been there. They had to put him in quarantine because he had never had a Covid shot. He hasn’t even got to do anything or meet any of the other people, which I think will help him when he’s around some other people his age. He’s been locked in his room and none of the other people except the staff could come in his room. He’s in skilled nursing. He’s in a private room and the accommodations are nice. The food seems pretty good. I’m always just there in the room with him, too, but they got the nurses that come around every couple of hours and check everything to make sure they’re OK. Everything seems pretty good. I wish to see him doing stuff. I see activities going on all the time, but I haven’t personally got involved or seen what they were doing. That’s part of the problem with him being on curfew, but I see that they have a lot of activities available.

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