Help us keep our employees and families safe!
Rehab Dynamics remains committed to providing quality therapy services for all of our families and their children in the safest manner possible. We miss being able to see everyone in the clinic and hope that we can safely return to all in person sessions soon! We are continuing to serve most of our community via telehealth and have begun seeing some families in the clinic. It remains our goal to increase the number of children seen in the clinic, but we know we must move forward thoughtfully to ensure the safety of families and employees. We continue to follow CDC and Ohio Department of Health guidelines to minimize their risk.
That’s where you can help! For families who are receiving services in the clinic, we ask you to just let us know before coming to the clinic if you have traveled to an area that is considered a ‘hot spot’ for virus cases, or have been part of large group gatherings. While each family makes decisions that are best for themselves, this information is critical to maintaining our high safety standards for our entire Rehab Dynamics community, as we have children and staff who are at elevated risks related to COVID-19. We will gladly provide temporary telehealth services for two weeks to reduce other people’s exposure before returning to in person services.
Here’s what we are doing! We are meeting families at the door, wearing masks, taking temperatures, requiring hand washing before and after sessions, and using individual rooms for treatments that are continually cleaned. These are just the most obvious things! Check out our website www.rehabdynamics.com for a detailed list of all the precautions that are being taken by staff and in the clinic environment.
This is our plan for new patients and returning patients! At this time, we will continue to do new evaluations, or re-evaluations for families who wish to restart services, via telehealth until it is safe for more staff and patients to be scheduled in the clinic. At the time of the evaluation or re-evaluation, the therapist will help determine if telehealth or in-person care is required and can safely be provided. If there is a medical condition that requires in-person care, please notify us at the time and a determination will be made to best meet that child’s needs.
Feel free to call either of us at any time to discuss these guidelines. We will continue to provide updates as the situation changes to assist you in planning for your child. Thank you so much for helping us protect our children and staff!
Ann Nagle and Maureen Kane-Wineland