Annual Report

Eskaton Annual Report

2020-2021 President's Message

Overview

Oh what a year it has been!
Fifteen months under the cloud of COVID-19.

Will the world ever be the same . . . Who knows? I will tell you what I do know, and that is people are far more resilient and able to rise to the challenge than they might imagine. And by people, I specifically mean Eskaton’s employees, residents, and families.

Senior living communities were probably the most impacted by the response to the pandemic; mandatory testing, quarantines, lock-downs, and visitation restrictions.

Month after month we endured, until finally a vaccine was approved. By the one-year anniversary of COVID-19, the majority of our staff and residents were vaccinated. Positive cases fell off a cliff; the vaccinations worked.

So, what did we learn?
We have heard many of our community teams comment that they are a tighter knit group and more committed than ever to our mission to provide care to seniors. Our residents and families are reunited and tears of happiness are flowing. Some infection control practices will benefit us all in the future, and we learned the true meaning of “We’re all in this together”.

This was not the first storm Eskaton has weathered in its 50+ years, and it will not be the last.

We learn, we remember, and we become a stronger organization for the experience.

In my more reflective moments, I find that I am extremely grateful to work in the aging services field and in the nonprofit sector.

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Eskaton is proud to serve the following communities:

Burlingame, Cameron Park, Carmichael, Clearlake Oaks, Colusa, DanvilleEl Cerrito, Fair Oaks, Hayfork, Orangevale, Granite Bay, Gold River, Grass Valley, MantecaMt. Shasta, Natomas, PlacervillePleasanton, Roseville Sacramento (Land Park)StocktonSusanville, Willows and West Sacramento

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