CARING SENIOR SERVICE’S RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK

The health and safety of our clients, employees and community is our greatest priority. Caring Senior Service is committed to keeping our most vulnerable population safe during the COVID-19 pandemic and continuing to provide GreatCare to our clients. We feel it is important to communicate about the measures that we are taking to help keep our clients and caregivers safe. We are following all directions given by local health agencies, the CDC and the WHO. Caring Senior Service's motto during this time has become "We are in this together."

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What is Caring Senior Service doing to stay on top of COVID-19? 

Our corporate headquarters team has dedicated staff monitoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and local health agencies. We are providing up-to-date information and guidance to all our locally owned and operated offices.

Caring Senior Service staff and caregivers receive training to prevent the spread of COVID-19 which includes following recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). These practices include hand washing, staying home when ill and following universal precautions when working with clients who are sick.

We firmly believe that following these precautions and recommendations will benefit the community as a whole.

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How do we keep clients safe at home?

Employees are required to perform screening for COVID-19 prior to any contact with a client. This screening for COVID-19 consists a series of questions asked to determine a person's risk for COVID-19. They include questions about symptoms being experienced, travel history in recent weeks, and exposure to someone who has been confirmed to have COVID-19. Personnel who exhibits symptoms or who are at risk for infection are removed from client assignments. We will not place any caregiver with a client for a minimum of 14 days or until cleared by a medical provider if the caregiver has been exposed to a facility where COVID- 19 is being treated, traveled to a location on the CDC advisory list in the past two months or started showing symptoms of the illness 

Caring Senior Service headquarters has established a reliable source of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). PPE is provided to each locally owned and operated Caring Senior Service location. Employees use standard precautions such as gloves, masks and gowns when appropriate. 

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