More Visit Options for Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing Residents

Christian Living Communities  |  March 11, 2021

More visitation options for senior living residents

The good news that we’ve anxiously been awaiting has finally come from federal regulators!

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) along with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued new guidance yesterday that will finally allow our communities to safely expand visitation options as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The guidance states that communities offering skilled nursing should allow responsible indoor visitations at all times for all residents regardless of vaccinations status. While CMS does not regulate assisted living, we’ve seen state health departments use the same guidance for assisted living neighborhoods and we anticipate the same with this announcement. You can find the CMS and CDC conditions here.

Before we can begin following this guidance, we must receive further direction from each of the six states that we operate in, Colorado, Indiana, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas and Utah. Throughout the pandemic, we must follow state guidance first and then federal guidance because of the regulatory environment.

We know residents and families are anxious, we are too! We are already preparing for more visitations and as soon as we get the green light from each state, we will share with our residents and families how and when visits will be accommodated.

Want to speak with a member of our team to see how CLC can help meet your needs?

Hear What Our Residents Say


"I made some good friends after moving to Clermont Park. My family loves it. They have also met a lot of good people here."

- Georgia Bell, Resident

Al Binford

"Clermont Park is a great place to live. You can participate as much or as little as you want in community activities. You can meet as many people as you like, and they are generally open, so I’ve made a lot of friends in the short time I’ve been here. "

- Al Binford, Resident

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