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COVID-19 Update | September 25, 2020

We’re happy to report that we’ve had no new cases of COVID-19 for staff and clients in our system.  As a reminder, we continue to update our website as we have changes in active cases.

Reunited! Outdoor Visits a Hit

Outdoor visits kicked off this week at the NeuroCare Campus (NCC) and clients are once again enjoying visits with family and loved ones! Many thanks to our NCC and Residential staff for their efforts in safely welcoming back visitors especially Kristin Claerhout and her team who did an amazing job of coordinating the logistics for family visits at NCC. We appreciate everyone following the additional safety precautions in place to help make these visits as enjoyable and safe as possible. To schedule a visit, please contact Cindy Manetta at 734-893-1001 for NCC or your Residential Program Manager for Residential home visits. More information about outdoor visits is available on our website. 

"Hugging Stations" Bring Loved Ones Closer Together
Hugging stations have been set up during outdoor visits at NCC and our Residential homes under the watchful eye of the COVID-19 Team. Special Tree is providing a hazmat suit to visitors to hug their loved one at the beginning of their visit. Instructions on how to do this safely are covered when scheduling a visit as well as during the check-in process. 

Here are the latest updates:

  • Mandatory weekly testing for NCC clients and staff will continue every Monday from 11am–5pm until we have no new positive cases at NCC for 28 consecutive days.
  • All participating clients at NCC have received their flu vaccine. Residential clients will receive their flu vaccines over the next two weeks.
  • Day Treatment Service (DTS) programming continues for Residential clients in Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb Counties. Due to current visitor restrictions, designated DTS team members are providing individualized activities to clients at their Residential home which includes paid vocational work assignments and recreational programming..
  • We are aggressively managing our supply of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and are following best practices for disinfecting and cleaning our facilities. We continue to appropriately secure supplies in anticipation of routine needs such as upcoming flu season.