Visitation Protocol

Dear Atherton Park Families:

I hope all of you are doing well. We are happy to announce that we are making plans to allow visitors to come into our facility on March 24th, 2021. Many of you have taken advantage of our outdoor visitation (which will still be in place), but below I will explain our process for allowing visitors inside. Feel free to visit our website to review this process: (This will be posted on our website by early next week)

*This is subject to change based on guidelines from our county and state*

Before your arrival, please review and fill out the “Resident Indoor Visitation Acknowledgement Form” attached. If you do not have access to a printer, please review it and we can make a copy for you to sign at the facility.

Each day we will have three blocks of time to allow for a 30-minute indoor visitation.




Each time frame will allow for 12 visitors and it is first come first served. We will only allow one visitor per resident per day at this time. Please call the front desk to reserve your spot. We will have two different options for visitors. Please see below for the options:

  1. Dining room
  2. Patio

Below we will be attaching two videos. We recommend that you watch these videos at home prior to your visit. These videos will review our COVID-19 protocols.

Any visitor entering the facility, regardless of their vaccination status, must adhere to the following:

  • Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, wear an appropriate facial covering, and perform hand hygiene when in the facility.
  • If personal protective equipment is required for contact with the resident due to quarantine status (including fully vaccinated visitors), it must be donned and doffed according to instruction by our personnel. Please see the attached videos and be prepared to teach it back to our staff.
  • If a visitor has COVID-19 symptoms or has been in close contact with a confirmed positive case, they must reschedule their visit.

Visitors who are unable to adhere to the core principles of COVID-19 infection prevention should not be permitted to visit or will be asked to leave.


Brad Heap