8,000 bottles of hand sanitizer and infrared thermometers delivered: Continuing in-home services with health and safety a top priority

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8,000 bottles of hand sanitizer and infrared thermometers delivered: Continuing in-home services with health and safety a top priority

June 25, 2020

Our latest delivery of PPE and supplies included 400 boxes of 16-ounce hand sanitizer and hand-held infrared thermometers. The 8,000 individual-sized bottles have been distributed to front-line staff at all 22 locations across California, and can be refilled from the gallon-size bottles that were purchased and distributed to all offices last month. The thermometers are being used as part of our wellness protocol, which includes checking temperatures of everyone entering our facilities to conduct work they cannot complete from home. Our commitment to keep our teammates and clients safe is unwavering as we continue our in-home behavioral therapy and respite care services.

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