The past several months have been unlike anything we've ever experienced. We continue to work hard to evolve so we can continue to provide the best support to the families we serve and the members of our team. We want to continue to provide children with the best care possible, even if it may look a little different than it has in the past. As states begin to reopen, we'd like to share an update on how we are planning to transition back to the centers safely.
As always, safety is our top priority. Every decision made was through the lens of protecting the health of our families and team members. To create an environment that is safe for everyone, we will be taking a phased approach to returning to the centers.
Bierman ABA has created this COVID-19 resource to provide up-to-date information for our team and families receiving services. Communication is critical at this time and we will update this website whenever new information is available and changes are needed.
When should I reschedule or cancel sessions?
What if some in my home has had contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19?
If someone in your home has been exposed to a person with COVID-19, immediately notify your center. The CDC recommends anyone who has been exposed to a COVID-19 virus should quarantine themselves for a period of two weeks. If someone in your household is self-quarantined, services must be suspended until that quarantine is lifted and all members of the household are symptom-free for the recommended duration.
What can I do to help maintain a safe working environment for Bierman ABA staff?
If you are receiving in-home ABA, please maintain a safe environment by implementing all required disease prevention procedures, including frequent surface sanitation. During this unprecedented time, communication is critical and we request families openly communicate openly with your child's team to address any health-related concerns. Additionally, it is recommended that your child's team members should be allowed to wash their hands regularly when in your home.
The following websites offer up-to-date information on COVID-19 nationally and locally.