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COVID-19 Prescreening Guidelines

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Prior to Your Appointment

Please know that everyone's physical and emotional safety are our top priorities. Laurel Life continues to implement a pandemic response policy throughout all of our programs.  We continue to monitor COVID-19 transmission levels by county and are adjusting wellness precautions accordingly. We are asking that any client who is in quarantine due to an exposure at school, work, home, or extracurricular event make their provider aware. We may recommend telehealth sessions temporarily until after the quarantine period or with a negative test result. This is necessary in order to keep our patients and staff healthy. Non-compliance with these procedures could result in discharge from treatment. Note: These guidelines are updated periodically based on current public health recommendations. Please check back prior to your appointment to confirm the current guidelines.

 

The following questions will be provided to you in a pre-screening format before each session. If you answer yes to any of these questions, you may be requested to reschedule your appointment.

 

COVID Screening Questions

1. Have you or anyone in your household tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 10 days?

2. Have you or anyone in your household been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 3 days?

3. Have you or anyone in your household experienced a fever, loss of taste or smell, cough, shortness of breath, repeated shaking with chills, or sore throat in the last 5 days?

4. Have you been vaccinated for COVID-19?

 

If you have recently been exposed to COVID-19 or are symptomatic, we may offer a telehealth appointment or reschedule your session. You will not be at risk for discharge if you reschedule or cancel an appointment due to illness during this time. 

 

Thank you for your cooperation.  Our goal is to continue treatment wherever possible while helping keep people healthy and contain the spread of illness.