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AMADA SENIOR CARE UPDATE FLIP THE PAGE FOR ANSWERS TO YOUR MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS >> > Virtual Assessments/Custom Services. Our offices are promoting virtual nursing assessments to address limiting exposure. We're also offering custom services such as virtual wellness checks and meal drops. > Community-Specific Caregivers. Amada caregivers who are staffed in an assisted living community are staffed ONLY at that community during this time to minimize risk and exposure to infectious diseases. > Minimal Exposure. In-home caregivers typically go straight from their homes to the homes of clients, which minimizes their exposure to the public during an outbreak. > PPE and Safety Supplies. Amada provides our caregivers PPE (personal protective equipment) like gloves, masks and hand sanitizer. > Self-Monitoring. Caregivers are requested to monitor their temperature and report to us if they are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms as per CDC guidelines. They are also told not to report to work if they are feeling unwell. > Training and Universal Precautions. Our caregivers continue to receive ongoing trainings and certifications on how to mini- mize transmission risk to clients, such as safety protocols, hygiene standards, infec- tion control, and the nature and communi- cability of airborne pathogens. > Amada Connect. Our 24/7 personal emergency response system and home mon- itoring device is a high-tech safety tool for a senior who is sheltering at home alone. In case of a serious fall or other emergency, the senior immediately reaches a first responder. Our goal of assisting our clients to live safely at home has never been more critical. Here are the steps many of our offices are taking to minimize risk to our clients, caregivers and healthcare community partners:

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