By now, you have probably heard much about the SARS-coronavirus-2, or COVID-19, for short and most likely feel that you are aware of all that there is already to know about this infection. However, today we will be discussing the signs and symptoms of the virus in order to spot the differences, become aware and keep yourself and others safe.
One certain thing that came from this COVID-19 pandemic is that many businesses, as well as their customers, are more hesitant in making their decisions as well as interacting with others that are not healthcare related. Those most vulnerable to the virus may be tentative in reaching out to home care services. However, when it comes to home care, the providers have actually been able to significantly help while working the frontlines to those who need it most.
All Heart Home Care is taking extreme measures in order to both prevent and protect it’s clients as well as it’s personnel. They constantly provide effective Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to all of their workers and make sure that everyone follows a proper procedure. With this, many home care services are supporting hospitals, as well as other nursing facilities, in order to assist and promptly attend to the needs of COVID-19.
Just like the rest of the world, home care agencies across the nation had to quickly adjust from this impact. However, it has proven that providers are a reliable and a safe way to keep a loved ones’ health from significantly declining. Patients and families are satisfied with their services as the home attendants are properly dressed with masks, gloves and other PPE in order to not further spread COVID-19. One of the increasing benefits of home care is the fact that by treating a person within their own home, there isn’t much additional contact as these one-on-one encounters significantly limit further exposure of the virus.
We are in a new world now, one that seems very unfamiliar to us all which often allows us to feel more intimidated and even scared. However, when it comes to home care, it is important that someone attends to the needs of the patients who need constant assistance and should not be visiting public nursing facilities during a time like this. As All Heart Homecare continues to supply it’s employees with the proper equipment and ensure their workers take on proper hygiene techniques, we have not experienced a situation where the COVID-19 has spread onto someone else and have been able to successfully care for and support our clients.
Safety is our number one priority. We believe that everyone has a right to a healthy and comfortable lifestyle and that’s why we have made virtual consultations available to you, so that you will not have to worry about leaving your home and physically making a visit to our offices. For this consultation, we will answer all and any questions and give a thorough breakdown of the procedure and how your loved one will be taken care of as they are our first priority. To schedule a consultation, be sure to call us at 888-388-8989 or send an email to email@example.com.
Wearing masks or face coverings has become the new normal a while ago. Last week it has grown to a governmental requirement for a growing number of states, in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Researches have found that coronavirus can survive on surfaces for hours and even days. COVID-19 can stay active on fabric and paper for up to 24 hours. On hard surfaces, like plastic and glass, coronavirus can remain infectious for 72 hours and longer.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), person-to-person contact is thought to be the main way of transmission for COVID-19.