PPE delivered to our In-Home Providers: In-Home Behavior Therapy and Respite Care Services Continue

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PPE delivered to our In-Home Providers: In-Home Behavior Therapy and Respite Care Services Continue

April 27, 2020

As we continue to provide in-home behavior therapy and respite care services, keeping our clients and our teammates safe and healthy remains our top priority.

To that end, we received our volume shipment of PPE (masks, gloves, wipes) via air freight in our newly created supply chain from China. Another container load of PPE is shipping to us via “fast boat” sea freight this week. Our PPE Distribution Team at our headquarters in Chatsworth, CA distributed PPE to all of our providers and offices last week!

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