Posted on: Apr 14, 2021On April 13, 2021, CDC and FDA recommended a pause in the use of Johnson &...
Risen Son is now accepting visitors with several rules, procedures, and protocols in place, as the health and safety of residents, staff, and the community remain our top priority. We must conduct a visitor COVID-19 screening 24 hours in advance and upon the visitor’s arrival. All visitors must be able to follow all safety protocols including screening, wearing a face mask and social distancing. If a resident is vaccinated, he or she can enjoy some direct contact with their visitors including hugs which has been really wonderful. Read our visitation protocols prior to your visit. Call to schedule visit appointments in advance.
Our skilled and dedicated staff is exceptionally well prepared to keep you or your loved one secure, comfortable and cared for during this extraordinary time. Using the latest technology, you can now take a virtual tour of Risen Son Christian Village! Take a virtual tour of our community, visit our dining, movie theater, library, covered lookout room, and more! Have questions about our community? Call our Senior Living Advisor, Brad Tompsett at 402.953.8643 today! View our Star Rating Summary
Risen Son Christian Village is a Dementia Friendly Ministry™ committed to fighting stigma surrounding dementia, offering community education, and providing contemporary residential, home, and hospice services focused on dignity, engagement, and quality of life. We support Christian values by advocating for the highest quality of life for people with dementia.
As a community we have been diligent in following the guidance from
CDC and other public health officials to protect residents and
associates. An important component in fighting the coronavirus is
vaccinations. Community vaccine clinics conducted by our partner
Walgreens have concluded.
Ray Dickison and the Christian Horizons Gratitude Team stopped in Council Bluffs, IA to show appreciation to the leadership and associates at Risen Son Christian Village for their hard work and perseverance amid the COVID-19 pandemic. "We wanted to say ‘thanks’ and show our gratitude to staff,” said Dickison.
Posted on: Mar 18, 2021With new guidance now in place from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)...