COVID-19 Coronavirus Safety Protocol SYNERGY HomeCare

SYNERGY HomeCare

9298 Central Avenue Northeast
Suite 202 Blaine MN 55434

763-205-4440

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Proudly Serving

  • Northeast Twin Cities Metro
  • Afton
  • Andover
  • Bayport
  • Bethel
  • Blaine
  • Cedar
  • Center City
  • Chicago
  • Circle Pines
  • Coon Rapids
  • Forest Lake
  • Hugo
  • Lake Elmo
  • Lakeland
  • Lindstrom
  • Mahtomedi
  • Maplewood
  • Marine On St. Croix
  • Mendota Heights
  • Minneapolis
  • North Branch
  • North Oaks
  • Oakdale
  • Oak Park Heights
  • Scandia
  • Shafer
  • Stacy
  • Stillwater
  • St. Paul
  • Taylors Falls
  • White Bear Lake
  • Woodbury
  • Wyoming.

Our COVID-19 Coronavirus Safety
Protocol for Caregivers 

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Rest easy with our 6-step COVID-19 safety protocol for caregivers:

  1. Required to take their temperature daily
  2. Complete Fitness for Duty / Lack of Exposure questions before each visit
  3. Wash hands upon entering client's home
  4. Wear face masks when working around clients
  5. Wear gloves when touching clients
  6. Sanitize frequently-touched surfaces

*With Delta Variant cases on the rise, we ensure that our caregivers are trained and wear masks to all shifts.


COVID-19 Vaccinations

  • We encourage caregivers and clients to check out MN Vaccination Connector - and get vaccinated, it is open to all residents over 18.
  • We hope the return to normal life is around the corner, we all need to do our part. Stay safe, wear a mask, social distance, wash hands, and get vaccinated.

COVID-19 Education

As the number of confirmed cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) increases in the United States, health officials are advising people to take preventive measures and steps to prepare in the event the virus impacts their communities.

The health, safety, and well-being of our clients and their families is always our top priority. We continue to closely monitor information about the virus as it is released by reputable public health organizations like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). We are committed to providing best practices for prevention and the most up-to-date information available.

At this time it is important to consider taking measures that may limit your exposure to your community, as well as learning about and implementing heightened hygiene protocols that can reduce your personal risk of contracting the Coronavirus and other infectious diseases. The current stance being taken towards prevention and protection has moved from a state of awareness to one of caution as more cases have been identified globally as well as within the United States.

From the CDC

The CDC has released information that those who are at the highest risk of developing acute symptoms from COVID-19 include the elderly, as well as immunocompromised individuals who would be more susceptible to the advanced stages, such as pneumonia and respiratory distress. In some instances so far, medical facilities have experienced higher volumes of concerned patients and skilled nursing facilities across the country are beginning to limit visitation and contact with the outside world to reduce the risk of person-to-person transmission within their vulnerable communities.

For your safety

In an effort to support those senior citizens and people with weakened immune systems, our caregivers are able to provide necessary assistance with the Activities of Daily Living in the comfort and relative safety of your own home. SYNERGY HomeCare has increased training and awareness within our offices across the country regarding current best practices for preventing the contraction and transmission of community spread pathogens. We take every situation seriously and are actively working with our staff and the available resources distributed by certain government agencies to improve the quality of service we can provide at this time.

woman's hands being washed under sink faucet

Senior citizens and the disabled are a segment of our population that already regularly experiences periods of isolation due to climate and other factors, and we want to remain committed to our focus on providing compassionate care and companionship to our clients. Situations like this, where many schools, social gatherings, and local businesses are choosing to cancel events and close doors to the public, are critical times to ensure that those who are less capable of taking care of themselves have access to food, personal hygiene, and a support system that can monitor their well-being and keep them more secure than if they were on their own.


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SYNERGY HomeCare of Northeast Twin Cities Metro

(763) 205-4440


 

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