Posted on Monday, November 23, 2020
As a result of the pandemic, senior living operators have struggled with allowing visitors as well as home health and hospice workers into their facilities. The upside to this struggle is that operators have now worked hard to communicate with home health providers.
“We do stay in constant communication with our partners,” Izzy Porter, a senior living program manager for Bayada Home Health Care, told Home Health Care News. “That coordination and collaboration is, I think, what really helps us stay successful in keeping our clinicians [and residents] safe.”
Seniors specifically have been more isolated during COVID, by working with providers and families to develop new ways to stay safe and in contact has been one positive outcome during this time.
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