News

April 4, 2020

Visiting Nurse & Community Care (VNCC) will remain open during the statewide order to close all non-essential businesses, which was extended by Governor Charlie Baker on March 31.  The order, which now runs through May 4, allows healthcare, public health, and human services agencies to continue providing essential services. Services provided by VNCC are considered essential under the order.

“The clinical managers, nursing, rehabilitation, and administrative staff at VNCC are committed to continuing to provide home care to those we serve throughout this challenging time.” Kim Arouth, CEO.

Baker has also issued a stay-at-home advisory, which strongly advises people over 70 or with underlying health issues to stay home and limit interactions with others as much as possible.

Click here for more on the closure order, advisory, and other steps the state is taking to reduce risk of Coronavirus

Click here for the CDC website

Below is also a link to a Self Assessment if you feel you are experiencing signs/symptoms:

https://www.buoyhealth.com/

The information below is to assist caregivers caring for family members with COVID-19 (provided by our accreditation agency, CHAP)

 Click Here To Access PDF Copy Of Caregiver Instructions

 

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