Gloves, masks, face shields, hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies: Next round of PPE is distributed to staff and families as we continue in-home behavioral therapy and respite care.

Gloves, masks, face shields, hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies: Next round of PPE is distributed to staff and families as we continue in-home behavioral therapy and respite care. 150 150 bh360

Gloves, masks, face shields, hand sanitizer, and cleaning supplies: Next round of PPE is distributed to staff and families as we continue in-home behavioral therapy and respite care.

August 11, 2020

Our most recent shipment of personal protective equipment (PPE) included 50,000 face masks and 100,000 pairs of gloves. In addition, our local regional center partners provided face shields and other supplies. We’ve distributed these necessities to our front-line staff and families in need as we continue to provide essential in-home behavior therapy and respite care services while maintaining our commitment to keep everyone safe.

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