Important COVID-19 Update

Page Robbins Adult Day Center has reopened as of June 8, 2020. We are so excited to be having the Best Days Ever with our clients once again!

Public Notice of Page Robbins Adult Day Center’s COVID-19 Policies and Procedures

Letter sent to current client families

New Check-In/Check-Out Procedures

Check out this video explaining our new check-in procedures!

  • Only one family in the entry at a time. Families will need to wait in the car until a staff member waves them into the lobby.
  • Those who are dropping off a loved one are asked to wipe down their loved one’s assisted device (canes, walkers, wheelchairs) before entering the lobby. We will provide sanitizing wipes.
  • Those who are dropping off a loved one must wear a mask inside the building.
  • No family caregivers are permitted to go past the front desk. If families need to speak with a specific staff member, they may call or email that staff member.
  • On the client’s first day back, a Client Update form, Medication Update Form, and proof of a negative COVID-19 test must be turned in. No exceptions. If these forms are not turned in, the client cannot stay in our care.

Current Client Information Update Form

COVID Testing Information

  • Those who are dropping off a loved one will be asked a series of questions:
  1. Have you or your loved one traveled outside of the Metro Memphis area in the past 14 days?
  2. Has anyone in your household traveled to a COVID-19 hot spot in the past 2 weeks or been in a group of 10 or more people without social distancing?
  3. Have you or your loved one or anyone in your household been exposed to or diagnosed with COVID-19?
  4. Have you had any of the following symptoms in the past 24 hours: fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or increased confusion?
  • The client’s temperature will be taken. All clients and staff must be fever-free (less than 100.4).
  • Staff will help put a mask on the client. We have a variety of cloth and disposable masks available and will encourage participants to wear masks to the best of our ability.
  • Staff will escort clients to the client area.
  • Pick-up procedure will be similar with only one family in the entry area at a time. Families are asked to wait in the car until we wave you in.
  • Those who are dropping off a loved one must wear a mask in the building and are not permitted to go past the front desk.
  • Staff will escort the client to the lobby.
  • Care notes will be located in the entry way.

Guests and Visitors

The Center is closed to visitors, volunteers, and in-person tours until further notice. We serve a vulnerable population and want to do everything we can to keep our clients safe and healthy.

If you would like to drop off a donation, call the office at 901-854-1200 to make those arrangements. We so appreciate you!

If you would like to schedule a virtual tour or have care questions, email Sheri Wammack, our Program Director, at

All essential vendors and maintenance will be required to wear a mask and sanitize hands before entering the building.

Handwashing How To

Proper handwashing is extra important! These same steps apply when using hand sanitizer.

  • Wet hands with water
  • Apply soap
  • Rub palms together
  • Interlock your fingers
  • Cup your fingers
  • Clean thumbs
  • Rub palms with fingers
  • Wash for at least 20 seconds (Make it more fun by singing a song!)
  • Rinse soap
  • Dry with a paper towel
  • Use the paper towel to turn off the sink and open the bathroom door