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Canterbury Court provides the perfect environment to live the life you love. And our blog is the place to learn more about issues affecting your most independent “third phase” of life – a time to embrace your personal core values and create your own fulfilling future.

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Canterbury Tales

Canterbury Tales, CTales, is the monthly newsletter prepared by the Residents and Staff of Canterbury Court for the enjoyment of the Residents, their friends and families, and prospective residents. It is published from September through June each year and is approximately 30 pages long. Residents, staff members and friends send articles about their committees, department …

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COVID-19 Policies and Protocols

June 1, 2020 COVID-19 has now been declared a pandemic or global outbreak of the disease. Different parts of the US are seeing different levels of COVID-19 activity.  We are working diligently to prepare our community and reduce the risk of transmission of this potentially serious virus.  Canterbury Court will be following the guidance of …

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May 29: Updated COVID-19 Policies and Procedures

May 29, 2020 Dear Canterbury Residents, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, For the last three months, Canterbury Court has taken significant measures to protect our Community from the Coronavirus.  We believe our early actions played a significant role in our ability to minimize the impact of the virus on our residents and employees.  To …

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Updated COVID-19 Policies and Protocols

COVID-19 has now been declared a pandemic or global outbreak of the disease. Different parts of the US are seeing different levels of COVID-19 activity.  We are working diligently to prepare our community and reduce the risk of transmission of this potentially serious virus.  Canterbury Court will be following the guidance of local and state …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 Update

May 8, 2020 Dear Canterbury Residents, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, Earlier this week we notified you that we had a resident in our nursing home that was exhibiting signs that may have been COVID-19 related. That resident, their roommate, and many of our staff were tested for the virus. We are thrilled to …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 Update

May 3, 2020 Dear Canterbury Residents, Family Members, Trustees and Community Partners, I wanted to make you aware that we have a resident in our nursing home that is exhibiting symptoms that could be COVID-19 related.  This resident resides in a double occupancy apartment within our nursing home. Our Medical Director has ordered COVID-19 tests …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 Update

April 30, 2020 Dear Canterbury Residents, Family Members, Trustees and Community Partners, I wanted to provide you all with an update on what is happening at Canterbury Court and our future plans. Governor Kemp is expected to announce today whether the existing shelter in place order will expire at 11:59pm this evening.  Those that are …

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COVID-19 Policies and Protocols

As of April 27, 2020 COVID-19 has now been declared a pandemic or global outbreak of the disease. Different parts of the US are seeing different levels of COVID-19 activity. We are working diligently to prepare our community and reduce the risk of transmission of this potentially serious virus. Canterbury Court will be following the …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 Update

April 21, 2020 Dear Canterbury Residents, Family Members, Trustees and Community Partners, Yesterday Governor Kemp announced that beginning this Friday, April 24th, certain business including gyms, bowling alleys, salons, and massage therapists would be allowed to open again.  He indicated that these businesses will still be required to screen employees for fever, enhance sanitation efforts, …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 Update

Update as of April 15, 2020 Dear Canterbury Residents, Family Members, Community Partners, and Trustees, This morning, a picture of Canterbury Court was featured on the front page of the Atlanta Journal Constitution under the headline, “Faulty data clouds severity of outbreak.” This picture was taken on April 10th while the National Guard, under direction …

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