The Loudonville Assisted Living Residence has adopted the following procedures to ensure safe and responsible visitation for residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. This plan is effective July 15, 2020. Visits are currently limited to outdoor areas. Each unit has been designated a specific outdoor area for visitation. Please call 518-463-4398 when you arrive for your visit for instructions on where to go.

Scheduling Visitation:

Visitor Screening:

  • Loudonville staff will complete the attached 1-page visitor screening questionnaire on behalf of visitors prior to resident access. Visitors will be refused resident access if they exhibit any symptoms or do not pass the screening questions.

Visitor Rules:

  • Visits are limited to 2 persons in addition to the resident.
  • Visitors must be 18 years of age or older or accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or older.
  • Both residents and visitors must wear a face-covering throughout the duration of the visit. Loudonville will provide a facemask to any visitors who do not have one.
  • Both residents and visitors will be given alcohol-based hand sanitizer prior to the visit and Loudonville staff will demonstrate proper use.
  • Residents and visitors must maintain social distancing at all times. Applicable floor markings will be used to cue social distancing delineations.
    • If a visitor violates social distancing rules and makes direct contact with the resident, that resident will be placed on 14-day room restriction and isolation precautions due to potential COVID-19 exposure.

Disinfecting: Areas, where visitors and residents meet, will be disinfected using an EPA approved disinfectant between visits, including the wiping down of chair handles.


  • Current COVID-19 positive residents, residents with COVID-19 signs or symptoms, and residents in a 14-day quarantine or observation period are not eligible for visits.
  • If any visitor fails to adhere to the protocol, he/she/they will be prohibited from visiting during the duration of the COVID-19 state declared a public health emergency.