March 2020

ATTENTION PROSPECTIVE CARE PROVIDERS

ATTENTION PROSPECTIVE CARE PROVIDERS: In an effort to protect our staff and other prospective care providers during these stressful and confusing times, we ask that you follow these guidelines when you’re going to the office to sign paperwork: If your care recipient is not approved yet, please wait to sign paperwork as we need to […]

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FROM PA MARIN

(IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FROM PA MARIN): We understand that these are difficult times for the population that we serve as well as for us in-home care providers. Remember that our work is considered “essential service”, which means that unless we are sick or with symptoms, we must show up to work. This also applies to providers

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Clarification from IHSS PA MARIN

Clarification from IHSS PA MARIN: As we all are mandated to stay home under the Shelter in Place ordinance, it is important to clarify a couple of things: 1) In-Home Care is considered “essential service”, which makes care providers EXEMPT from this order. 2) Remember that the recipient is your employer. Please communicate with them

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The health and safety of our recipients, care providers and staff are our highest priority.

The health and safety of our recipients, care providers and staff are our highest priority. Unfortunately, that means that we will be canceling all large group orientations, trainings and drop in sessions. However, we will have small groups and one-on-one orientations at the discretion of the staff. If you have any questions, please give us

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Please practice good hygiene, be safe, and stay healthy. We’re all in this together!

With the recent “Shelter at Place” order in effective starting March 17, which includes Marin county, we urge everyone to practice social distancing regardless if you are sick or not so that we can prevent the further spread of COVID-19. Only in extreme cases of necessity like seeking medical attention or grocery shopping should you

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