The administration and staff of Neptune Manor Care Home ALF understand the importance of the residents in our assisted living facility (ALF) having the ability to spend time with loved ones, family and friends. During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE) indoor general visitation ALF residents were restricted from receiving in-person visitors. This was done in an effort to protect the health and safety of residents and of the staff who are essential to the provision of the care and assistance required by our residents.
This Neptune Manor Care Home ALF visitation policy reflects the provisions of the April 6, 2022, State of
Florida Senate Bill 988, “No Patient Left Alone Act.” In accordance with that act, Neptune Manor Care Home ALF will not restrict regular visitation without a reasonable clinical or safety cause consistent with F.A.C. Rule 59A-36.007 (10) infection Control Procedures and Florida Statutes Chapter 429.28 (d) Resident Bill of Rights. Neptune ManorCare Home ALF policies will continue to be revised to reflect updates in the regulatory guidance for Assisted Living facilities in Florida.
Neptune Manor Care Home ALF administrative staff will provide their visitation policies and procedures to the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) when applying for licensure renewal, or change of ownership. In addition, Neptune Manor Care Home ALF will make the visitation policies and procedures accessible from the homepage of their website.