Mom's retirement community is locked down again, covid cases are climbing way up again in central Texas.
They did have a policy that you could visit a resident masked, socially distanced outside on their front deck( they had tables and chairs) no more than twice a week, and memory care family members needed to call ahead and they would bring them out ( based on the person - no flight risks)
But now, Window visits are the only option. Memory Care is on first floor, and her room window is available to do this but - they can't open the window, it must stay closed, and there no good way to sit by the window, if she has a chair there, she couldn't see out. She's hard of hearing, so communication would be difficult, and I don't know if seeing me outside the window would be comforting or agitating.
Anyone have any experiences to share?