COVID-19 Care

Protecting Our Clients and Employees from Coronavirus.

Covid-19 vaccination

As the vaccination rollout extends across the U.S, Care Edition advice its clients and employees to plan and schedule for their vaccine shots if they have not done so yet.

You may visit Plan your Vaccine website to schedule for your vaccination if you are now eligible

Care Edition is dedicated to the welfare of our clients and employees. As such we have taken proactive measures during this difficult time using the CDC guidelines to help combat this virus in our communities.

With information surrounding Coronavirus/COVID-19 changing that often, it is important for us all to stay updated on the most recent best practices for keeping us all safe at home, work and where ever we go; with the most basic practice of wearing mask.

Care Edition Client Protection Protocol:

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
  • Started showing symptoms of the illness

We will not place any caregiver who has symptoms of illness on assignment or accept new clients who demonstrate symptoms that are highly consistent with the COVID-19 diagnosis or who have traveled to Level 1-3 areas in the most recent 14 days.

Care Edition Employee Protection Protocol:

All caregivers and internal team members have received communication regarding:

  • Symptoms
  • Safety protocols
  • Travel reporting requirements
  • Proper handwashing techniques
  • Respiratory etiquette
  • Warning signs of illness
  • Infection control protocols, including effective cleaning and disinfecting of surfaces and hands.

Clients or family members should make sure to report the following to their Client Care Manager if they:

  • Have traveled to a location on the CDC advisory list
  • Are infected or being treated for possible infection of COVID-19
  • Are mobility limited and need support in obtaining medical supplies or basic necessities (water, gloves, etc.)
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