We hope to be able to open up to limited family visitations in the near future. While reopening the facility is great news, please understand this is a 3-phase process that is different for every facility.
We have cancelled some of our larger events for this year such as the Pie & Ice Cream Social, Trick or Treaters, the Harvest Dinner and the Holiday Open House. We will miss having all of these, but we feel it is the best and safest for the residents at this time.
CPCC would like to thank everyone for their patience and understanding during this truly unprecedented time.
Communication avenues for residents and families during COVID-19.
Those who wish to send an email to their loved one can do so at this email address -
This email was set up for this purpose. If you use our business emails yours could get lost in the junk mail.
We now have Facetime. Google Duo and Skype set up on our I Pad. We also have Google Duo set up on the Android Tablet. Because of staffing we ask that you use these fields of communication during the hours of 9am to 5pm on Monday thru Friday and 9am to 4pm on weekends. During those times our activity staff and office staff will be available to help with the tablets. That way we are not taking nursing staff away from caring for the residents. If you have any questions or concerns call and talk to Activities at 402-675-2955 ext.125, or Social Services at ext.112.
We also have cordless phones we can take to the residents.
We have now entered Phase 3 and are allowing limited visitation with residents. You need to call Garnet Volquardsen our Social Service Director at 402-675-2955 ext. 112 to set up a time to visit. She is in charge of setting up all visitations with the residents. We have certain areas and time slots set up for these visits. Please check our Community Pride Care Center facebook page for the latest updates.