Kiva Newsletter

Kiva Newsletter for April 15, 2021

Here we are in the Spring of 2021, officially one year since the world was devastated by the virus, but a time when hope “springs” eternal, as they say.

Kiva is certainly showing its bright side, with beautification projects both inside and out, new residents bringing their smiles and personalities to intermingle with the old – and generally an “opening up” of our home, both emotionally and physically!

Kiva is following the guidelines given by the Governor’s office by expanding visitation for families and friends. Virtually all of our residents have been fully vaccinated , along with most of our staff. Even so, we continue to practice maximum hygiene, with constant cleaning, use of masks and distancing and temperature checks on all visitors.

One of our senior caregivers, Justina Gonzales, has accepted the position of Activities Director, bringing her bubbly personality to one of our most important positions. Also, at the request of several of our more agriculturally-turned residents, we have begun a raised gardening program, which is already showing results with tomatoes, bell peppers and a variety of herbs.

Kiva’s warm, home style atmosphere has never been more evident, as reflected in the daily lives of our residents. To witness the love and caring that is Kiva, call Cindy or Gwen today to arrange either a virtual or in-person tour of our little heaven!