Update

This page serves to report positive Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases as well as clusters of respiratory symptom in regards to the Tabitha Residents/Clients and TEAMembers. It is updated by end of business every Monday for the explicit use of Residents, Clients and their family members and/or responsible parties at Tabitha's Long-Term Care Communities.

Click Living Community below for the current report.


Preventative Measures in Place

  • Resident vitals taken daily (or more often as needed/care plan requires)
  • Strong hand hygiene
  • Wearing of proper personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Face coverings provided for Residents and TEAMembers
  • Only essential clinical and approved staff allowed on clinical floors/areas/houses
  • Routine COVID tests for Living Community frontline caregivers. Test frequency is dependent on county positivity rate where Living Community is located as well as COVID prevalence in each Tabitha Living Community.
  • Mandatory screening (including the recording of body temperature) of all employees prior to reporting to their work area and limited people entering a Tabitha building
  • Designated delivery drop sites at Tabitha Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (TNRC) South/Main Entrance 
  • Collaboration with national, state and local health departments and organizations to stay abreast of best practices and updates
  • Encouraging all employees and general public to put these preventative measures in place

By following all instructions properly, we have the potential to slow down the infection rate and ultimately save lives.


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We are finding creative ways to keep Tabitha Residents/Clients engaged and comfortable, while working with their families and friends to stay connected.

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Tabitha offers online and in-person community support groups.

It's time again for the Lincoln's Choice Awards. Before Jan. 31, 2021, please nominate Tabitha for Best Home Health Care, Senior Care, Physical Therapy, Work Environment, Nonprofit, Senior Living Community and more.

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Tabitha, Nebraska’s industry-leading Senior Care provider, offers a variety of support groups and a remembrance service. Learn more.

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Lincoln Quilters Guild donated 560 placemats to Tabitha Meals on Wheels clients. In addition, the Lincoln Covid Sewists made and donated 500 cloth face masks to be gifted with the placemats.

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Tabitha was voted the Best Home Care Provider in Lincoln by area residents for the 12th year in a row in the annual Best of Lincoln rankings. Read more.

Tabitha is participating in the upcoming Giving Tuesday campaign. Occurring December 1, 2020, Giving Tuesday is held annually to inspire the community to give back to local charities like Tabitha. Learn more.

Studies show that having an attitude of gratitude can improve overall health. To express more gratitude in your life consider the following tips.

Tabitha Meals on Wheels joins Meals on Wheels America and Subaru of America in Sharing the Love this Holiday Season. Learn more.

Please nominate Tabitha through November 16 for Best of Otoe County in the hospice and home health category and more.

Tabitha Home Health Care’s Dina Robinson serves as Clinical Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI) Manager. Read more about her role to ensure highest quality-of-care outcomes.

Jennifer Zierott, RN-BC, Director of Resident Services at GracePointe by Tabitha Assisted Living & Memory Care Suites, earned her board certification in Gerontological Nursing from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Read more.

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