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2020 Fall Fling Cancelled

Sarah Reed Senior Living has cancelled the 2020 Fall Fling Fundraiser due to the uncertainty associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic. We hope to see you at next year’s event which will be held on October 30th, 2021.

During these difficult times we rely on your support more than ever. Your contributions help us fund items and programs that support our residents. Please consider donating to Sarah Reed Senior Living on August 11th, Erie Gives Day, in the amount you might have spent at the Fall Fling. The Erie Community Foundation will match a portion of all gifts.
Visit www.Eriegives.org to donate.

We will miss seeing you in October but are grateful for your
continued participation.

COVID-19 Update June 4, 2020

The Erie Times News notified us of an ERRONEOUS posting on a website indicating that there have been 6 resident COVID related deaths at Sarah Reed. We want to assure you that this is a mistake.  There have been NO COVID related deaths at Sarah Reed.

At Sarah Reed to date, 1 nursing home resident tested positive, 4 nursing home staff tested positive, and 1 personal care staff member tested positive.   The resident is asymptomatic, and is quarantined in their private room.  The workers are quarantined at home.

We continue to follow guidelines and testing protocol recommended by the Erie County Department of Health and PA Department of Health.  The safety and health of our residents and staff remains our top priority.

Please call Karen Karle at 814-878-2611 for Nursing Home concerns, or Carey Mastrian at 814-878-2651 for concerns in Apartments, Personal Care or Zurn Pavilion.

COVID-19 Update 5/21/20

“An individual who worked in the nursing facility at Sarah Reed Senior Living has been diagnosed with COVID-19. This individual has not been in the facility for several days and is now quarantined at home. We have notified public health officials as required and are following procedures recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Health. We will begin testing protocol as advised.”