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No, Therapeutic Recreation staff are not trained nor permitted to provide personal care or medication administration services to our participants. If you require assistance with personal care or medication administration during participation in one of our programs, you will need to make arrangements to have a caregiver provide those services for you. Caregivers will be allowed to attend programs at no charge, provided they are there for the purpose of assisting you. If you require any special equipment, (diapers, special diet foods, medications, etc.) it is your responsibility to provide those items.
Participants will take part in modified activities and games to ensure social distancing. Staff and participants within the group will remain at least 6-feet apart. Programs will be restricted to 8 or less with 2 staff members. Since we have limited space, registration will be required; drop-in participants will not be allowed. Each participant will have their own equipment that will not be shared. Any equipment that has to be shared will be sanitized before and after each participant throughout the program by a staff member.
Before and after TR programs, staff will sanitize equipment and any high-touch areas with FDA approved products, in addition to the routine cleaning tasks that occur throughout the program. Participants will also be asked to wash hands or use hand sanitizer when arriving to a program and before leaving from a program.