Covid-19 Update

THREE CROWNS PARK COMMITMENT
Our priority is ensuring the health and safety of all residents and team members. The situation surrounding COVID-19 is evolving daily and Three Crowns Park is proactive in our fight to reduce the risk of COVID-19 in our community.

Ongoing Protective Measures
Three Crowns Park follows precautions and guidance from Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and City of Evanston Department of Public Health. Any new measure will be implemented as they are communicated by all agencies.

Testing Residents and Team Members
Three Crowns Park is committed to regularly testing our residents and team members for COVID-19. We began testing people without symptoms in mid-April. We expanded widespread testing as supplies became more available. Additionally, we immediately test anyone with symptoms or potential exposure to someone testing positive.

Easing of Restrictions for Visitors Outdoors on the Grounds
Following guidance from IDPH, we now are able to allow family and friends to visit our McDaniel Courts residents outdoors on the grounds. Residents of the Healthcare Households are able to enjoy scheduled, supervised visits at a designated area on the North side of the campus. Unfortunately, visitors are still not allowed inside our buildings.

Weekly COVID-19 Testing Results:  September 5 – 11, 2020 

We have one new case to report. An asymptomatic contract employee working exclusively in Colfax House tested positive, and is self-isolating at home. 

Giving to Support Three Crowns Park in the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic impacted Three Crowns Park immediately, propelling us into crisis management mode to manage the unprecedented needs and costs.

To protect our team members and residents from the virus, we incurred untold emergency costs for personal protection equipment, additional staffing, temporary staff housing, and repeated testing of all residents and staff. And through these challenges, our Life Enrichment team developed creative new activities and used technologies to keep our community together while being physically distant.

In order to support our community, we are committed to raising $150,000 by December 31, 2020 to help offset the extraordinary expense associated with maintaining a resilient and safe environment, as well as developing and recognizing our staff throughout this critical time.

Please consider giving now by clicking HERE.