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For senior living facilities, similar risks and challenges exist as many of those in other healthcare facilities. Serving the people in the highest risk category requires an increased focus on following safety protocols when delivering food to residents.

  • Maintaining Social Distancing with Meal Delivery to Rooms
  • Cleaning & Sanitizing
  • Protection for Staff

Maintaining Social Distancing with Meal Delivery to Rooms

Perhaps no one has been hit harder than senior living facilities. Aside from the fact that they care for the most susceptible population, rethinking socialization activities, mealtime, and everyday interactions has been criticalto maintaining a healthy environment. In many cases the need for residents to eat meals in their own rooms has become standard practice.

In this article from, you can read about some of the steps taken to continue to provide meals to senior living residents. Read More
Following Social Distancing Guidelines
Consider providing heat-and-serve meals in microwave safe disposable containers.
Using crowd control stanchions can help maintain proper distancing.

Cambro Meal Cart

Cambro Meal Cart
  • Low-Profile styling
  • Locking casters
  • Handles on both ends

Disposable Containers

Disposable Containers
  • 200 per case
  • Stacking rims on all size
  • Double lock or Snap-It® closure

Cleaning & Sanitizing

Maintaining a clean environment is the best way to ensure that diseases aren't transferred among senior living residents. To do this effectively, it is important to make sure that everyone buys-in on the need for sanitizing protocols. Additionally, making sure that everyone has access to sanitizing wipes and hand sanitizers, will also make a tremendous impact on halting the spread of diseases like COVID-19.

PathoSans has a great overview for effective cleaning and disinfecting practices forsenior living. Read More
Cleaning and Sanitizing
To efficiently sanitize large areas or surfaces consider a backpack sprayer.
For smaller areas that may be difficult to reach a fogging sanitizer could be a perfect fit.

Sanitizing Wipes

Sanitizing Wipes
  • 95 wipes per canister
  • Controls cross contamination
  • Sanitizes hard, non-porous surfaces

Floor Stand Touchless Sanitizer Dispensers

Floor Stand Touchless Dispensers
  • 2 per case
  • Holds 1200 mL of bulk foam sanitizer
  • Uses 6 AA batteries

Protection for Staff

Nothing tells your staff that you care about their safety more than making sure they are protected. Wearing protective equipment isn't new but when delivering meals in senior living facilities, taking extra precautions just makes sense. Now is a great time to build your stock levels.

OSHA has its own guidelines regarding control and prevention related to the spread of COVID-19. View Latest Guidelines
KN-95 masks have received authorization from the FDA for use against COVID-19.
Face shields offer superior protection when worn with a mask.

Isolation Gowns

Isolation Gowns
  • Comes in a pack of 15
  • Waterproof
  • Non-sterile, FDA registered

Blue Nitrile Disposable Gloves

Blue Nitrile Disposable Gloves
  • 100 per case
  • 4 mil thick nitrile
  • Non-latex
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