COVID-19 Prevention Information

At Osseo Gardens Assisted Living, the health and safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. Our staff are trained annually on standard procedures and protocols for the prevention of the spread of infectious diseases. Additionally, during this time, all staff are receiving extra training on COVID-19 specific prevention protocols. We have also been working closely with the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) and other state and local regulatory teams to keep updated on recommendations and changes in protocols.

Some of these changes include:

  • Restricting access to team members and other healthcare partners
  • Discontinuing communal dining and group activities
  • Increasing disinfection of frequently touched objects and surfaces
  • Educating the residents about proper handwashing and hand sanitizing techniques
  • Screening of all team members, healthcare partners, and critical partners when they enter the building through a comprehensive screening tool and temperature reading
  • Screening the residents twice daily for changes in temperature and COVID-19 symptoms
  • Encouraging residents to remain in their apartments as much as possible, and when they do come out for approved activities, to maintain a 6-foot distance from everyone
  • Sanitizer dispensers are located at convenient locations throughout the building
  • Implementing tele-visits with healthcare professionals, so residents can stay at home but stay on top of any health concerns 
  • Implementing the use of source control masks on residents when they are outside their apartments and during cares


We encourage all family and friends to keep in touch with their loved ones through mail, email, and video chats. You can contact our Executive Director to set up a Zoom or Facetime meeting. We also encourage family to stop by and do a “window visit”.  If you have supplies to drop off, please drop them off in the vestibule area and then press the doorbell or call 651-410-4025 to alert staff that you are here. Have the package clearly marked with the name of your loved one.


We have had to be very creative to keep the residents busy and their spirits up. Staff is taking extra time to socialize and encourage residents to stay positive.  Board games, word games and trivia contests are a few of the ways we are able to keep residents engaged and stimulated. 


We encourage everyone to follow the link below to Minnesota Department of Health’s website for the most up-to-date information on COVID-19. If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 763-315-4869 and ask to speak with Tom or Nicole.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)