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Important Updated Information About COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Intercare Families –

Intercare Therapy is a family-owned, family-focused company, and the health and safety of your family and our staff remains our highest priority. As a result of the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we want to provide you with a deeper understanding of the measures we have had in place for health and safety, as well as additional safeguards recently instituted, to prevent the spread of contagious diseases.

The idea of a widespread virus is understandably scary, so we wanted to take this opportunity to share what we're doing as a community to prepare, as well as what you can do to help mitigate the spread and effects of COVID-19. We will continue to monitor new developments, reevaluate our procedures daily, and communicate this information to you as needed.

The following are measures that we had in place prior to the spread of this disease to minimize illness:

Immediately following the outbreak of COVID-19, we have supplemented our procedures with the following additional safeguards:

In the meantime, we encourage everyone to follow the basic health practices (some noted below) to stay healthy and minimize the spread of infectious disease along with adhering to our sick time policies and procedures:

As always, the health and safety of our staff and client families is our top priority. We will send follow-up communications on this matter as needed. Please know that Intercare’s Senior Team is monitoring the latest information about COVID-19 daily, while paying strict attention to the guidance provided by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), as well as other national, state and local health agencies. We will continue to update our clients, team members and others about our response to the outbreak, possibly including a disruption to your service if warranted.

Should you need to cancel any appointments related to these matters, please contact our scheduling department at 888-428-3223.

We also encourage everyone to read the World Health Organization's Myth Busters website , as well as this guide to preparation from The New York Times.

Wishing everyone a happy and healthy weekend. Please reach out anytime if I can be of further assistance. Take care and thank you for your faith in us.

Best wishes,

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