A Word From Our CEO
In such uncertain times like the present, with the eminent and daily increasing COVID-19 pandemic, Caring People is taking the utmost care in the health, safety, and education of our clients and caregivers. With some of the most advanced and industry leading healthcare processes, protocols, and knowledge, we are vigilantly monitoring the COVID-19 virus and mitigating every possible health and safety risk for our clients, employees, and community.
What is our response to our clients and caregivers?
As older adults and seniors are particularly vulnerable and have increased risk of contracting the COVID-19 virus, our caregivers and staff have been given extra precautionary guidelines for their interactions with our clients Our staff and caregivers have been trained to reduce the risk of spreading the virus to clients and the community; Caring People continues to provide updated healthcare protocols and trainings on an ongoing basis to ensure the highest level of care possible.
As the CEO of Caring People, it is my highest concern that COVID-19 keeps from impacting our seniors, older adults, community and our team members. Through strict health safety practices, dedicated and educated caregivers, and hyperawareness of the evolving pandemic, we are taking every possible precaution to reduce as much risk of exposure as possible. The entire team at Caring People is working through this crisis and are available to support our clients and caregivers during this crisis. We are actively monitoring this fluid situation and will continue to support the evolving needs of our care community.
Steven East, Founder & CEO of Caring People, Inc
What Can You Do?
With circulating information about the best practices for the prevention of the spread of COVID-19, we highly recommend referencing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s comprehensive Coronavirus webpage for the most accurate and current information regarding the virus.
Here are some quick and easy tips to flatten the curve of COVID-19 and keep yourself, loved ones, the elderly, and community safe:
• Stay home and avoid close contact, especially with those who appear to be sick
• Wash your hands frequently and disinfect surfaces touched often
• Cover your mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing with a tissue or the inside of your elbow, not your hand
• Try to maintain a 6-foot distance with one another, the virus is primarily spread through close contact
As always, at Caring People, we are passionate about what we do on a daily basis for our clients, our concern for COVID-19 is no different. We strive to deliver the highest level of specialized care with a specific focus on each of our individual client’s needs. We will continue to remain attentive and cautious surrounding COVID-19 and it’s impact on our clients, families, and communities.