March 27, 2020
Care Resources remains operational and working to support, protect and treat all of our participants. The Day Center will remain closed at least until April 13, due to Gov. Whitmer’s “Stay home, Stay Safe” order and to prevent further spread of the coronavirus. Our top priority is the health and safety of our participants, staff and community. We will keep everyone updated as soon as our Day Center is safe to reopen.
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Ongoing Care for Participants
- Clinical care remains active through in-house care management and increased home care visits as appropriate; extra precautions are taken when participants are being seen in our clinic for testing, treatments or procedures
- We are in contact with participants and caregivers often while the Day Center is closed
- Each participant in the community is being contacted by our social workers at least twice per week
- Medications and meals are being delivered to participants per their care plans and needs
- Socialization, rehabilitation, and recreation therapy options are being offered to participants while they remain in their homes. Staying active at home, both mentally and physically, helps keep our participants healthy.
Safety Best Practices
- Wash hands often, especially before and after food preparation and using the restroom
- Avoid touching your face
- Cover your cough and sneezes with a tissue or the crook of your arm
- No handshaking
- Clean surfaces like computers, desks, doorknobs, tables, and handrails several times a day
- Stay at home whenever possible
- Keep a distance of at least 6 feet away from others
- Avoid large groups
- Increase exposure to air by opening windows