After conducting routine testing on staff and residents three times over the last few weeks, we have recently learned that an employee at Shady Lane has tested positive for COVID-19. The person is currently in quarantine in accordance with the procedures and protocols established by the CDC and the Department
To bring some joy to the residents and their families, Shady Lane is hosting its first-ever Drive-By Resident Parade. Since our annual Independence Day celebration cannot take place, we are asking vehicles to decorate patriotically or decorate your vehicle to give a ‘shout-out’ to your resident. Seehafer Broadcasting will be
As you may have already been made aware, as of May 13, 2020, the Governor’s Safer-at-Home Order was struck down by the Wisconsin Supreme Court. While this may impact how life is lived outside of Shady Lane, we want to let you know that we remain committed to maintaining the same
Shady Lane has made the unfortunate decision to cancel all summer events and activities for the safety of our residents, staff, volunteers, and the community. As Wisconsin continues to open and the risk of the spread COVID-19 still prevalent, Shady Lane has decided to reduce as much risk as possible.
Shady Lane will be testing all nursing home residents and staff for COVID-19 under new statewide goals announced by Governor Evers. This testing will take place this week by Shady Lane staff. We understand the curiosity of knowing specifics with this universal testing, but we cannot comment on the details
National Skilled Nursing Care Week (NSNCW), recognizes the essential role of skilled nursing care centers in caring for America’s frail, elderly, and disabled. This weeklong celebration starts May 10th through May 16th. This year, while it is more important than ever to celebrate NSNCW at Shady Lane and recognize the