Nexus Homecare, LLC is committed to the safety of our staff and clients during the Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic.
A note to our clients and their families concerning Coronavirus COVID-19:
Since late 2019, word of Coronavirus has been all over the news. It’s a big topic and for good
reason. Not much is known about the virus, and so far, there is no vaccine and no antiviral
medications to treat the illness.
We do know that older adults, especially those with underlying illnesses like heart disease, lung
disease, and diabetes seem to pose a higher risk of contracting the virus. In order to protect you
and our employees, we have asked employees to contact management immediately if:
* They feel sick
* Have a temperature
* Have any symptoms of COVID-19
We hope that there are no disruptions in services, and that all employees are able to report to
work on time, however, if an employee suspects that they have COVID-19, we will instruct the
employee to stay home for your protection and the protection of others. As always, should a
caregiver not be permitted to report to your location, we will work diligently to send another
caregiver as soon as possible to ensure that services are delivered safely and promptly.
If you or a family member has symptoms of COVID-19, please contact our office immediately so
that we may establish a safe and effective plan of care. We recommend that each household
stock up on hand soap, paper towels, and cleaning essentials for proper disinfection. Each
caregiver has been given instructions on how to sanitize areas and care for both your health
and theirs during this time.
If you need information about Coronavirus/COVID-19, please contact the office and we will
send you detailed information from Centers for Disease Control and the World Health
Organization or visit their website.
As always, thank you for choosing Nexus Homecare as your homecare provider. Please stay
Tammy Mckee, Owner
Information to help during the pandemic
Informational articles and resources to help seniors and their caregivers during the Covid-19 pandemic