Contact us as soon as possible! We do not want illness to spread to others. Special needs and medically fragile children need you to stay home and/or keep your child at home when either of you are sick.
Please stay home if you have:
Tested positive for COVID.
Vomited or had diarrhea in the past 24 hours
A rash, lice or nits
Strep throat or ear infection (until at least 24 hours after starting antibiotics).
An eye infection
A sore throat for multiple days
A fever over 101 degrees
May find it difficult to participate in a therapy session
Just started feeling sick, now what?
Test yourself for COVID, and if you test positive, follow the instructions below.
Check the expiration date on your test to make sure your test isn’t expired.
If you test negative for COVID, and are not exhibiting any symptoms (cough, fever, or shortness of breath), you can attend therapy if you can wear a mask anytime you are in a shared space with clients or providers.
A client has been exposed to COVID-19, now what?
Wear a mask for 10 days (Day 0 is the day you were exposed, and the next day is Day 1).
Test for COVID on day 6, or sooner if symptoms appear.
Check the expiration date on your test to make sure it isn’t expired.
Even if it is a negative test, continue to wear a mask for all 10 days.
If the test is positive, follow the steps for what to do when you test positive.
A client has tested positive for COVID-19, now what?
They should stay home and isolate from family members as much as possible for 5 days (Day 0 is the day of exposure, and the next day is Day 1).
They can end isolation and attend therapy sessions starting on day 6 if they have been fever-free for 24 hours and their symptoms have improved.
Continue to wear a mask for a total of 10 days, or longer if still experiencing symptoms.
Contact a primary care doctor or seek assistance at an urgent care or hospital if they are experiencing worsening symptoms or need medical guidance.
*Additional policies may be implemented in accordance with state and local guidelines in the case of an infectious outbreak. If you have questions regarding this health policy, please ask your provider or contact our Medical Director, Dr. Amanda Watters.
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