Responding to Autism is open for services. However, your safety is our top concern and priority.
We understand you may be concerned about how coronavirus and COVID-19 might affect your health and our services. We want to assure you that infection control and surveillance for COVID-19 is our top priority.
Please know that:
We are staying updated about COVID-19 by following the guidance with our local state health departments and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
We have established infection control protocols in place that align with the recommendations from the CDC. This includes:
Sanitizing before, during, and after appointments.
Limiting office based services to one-on-one sessions and appointments only.
No touch temperature checks and symptom/exposure questions.
Staff will be wearing face masks and face masks will available for clients to use.
Anyone entering Responding to Autism must immediately wash or sanitize hands.
Our staff has been educated on the emergency preparedness plan.
We are also educating our clients on what they can do to prevent the spread of illness.
Services using audio/visual technology are available for any client or family who are in the high-risk category or prefer this option.
Thank you for your on-going understanding and support as we navigate this ever-changing situation. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment.
Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertain Times
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