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Stay Home Stay Safe

Stay Home Stay Safe Update

As you are probably aware by now Governor Whitmer has signed the “Stay Home Stay Safe” executive order. This order will be in effect till May 15th.

The services Assured Nursing provides to the elderly community fall under the category of essential services; therefore, we will continue to staff cases as we always have. Our staff are following all guidelines set forth by the CDC, checking temperatures daily and prior to the start of shifts. They are reporting to us immediately if they have any signs/symptoms of COVID-19, or have been around anyone that requires quarantine. We have dropped off masks at client homes and are encouraging clients and staff to use, although judiciously, they are not easy to get!

We are staying in close communication with our staff to do everything in our power to alleviate their fears and concerns and keep them healthy and able to work. They are traveling with letters that identify them as essential people, so they should not have any problems being on the road. We are in unchartered territory regarding this pandemic and hope to cover all shifts, without interruption in services. Without knowing how this virus is going to spread and effect health care employees we are asking families to have a backup plan in place, in the event a caregiver cannot work and there is no one to cover their shift.

I know this is a very trying, stressful time with a lot of uncertainty surrounding the future. Please continue to practice all the guidelines set forth by the CDC that we have previously emailed and/or sent to all client homes.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to protect yourself

  • Social distancing
    • The virus spreads person-to-person. The CDC estimates that 6 feet is a safe distance from someone who may be infected.
  • Wash your hands
    • This is still commonly considered as some of the easiest armor against the virus. Wash your hands with warm, soapy water for at least 20 seconds.
    • Hand sanitizer made of at least 60% alcohol is an acceptable alternative to soap and water.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
  • Clean and disinfect commonly used surfaces
  • Responding to public health crises can have a detrimental effect on mental health

How to protect others

  • Stay home if you are sick
    • Unless medical care is needed, the safest way to protect others is to stay home.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes
    • Cough and sneeze into your elbow, to prevent any particles transferring to another person through touch.
  • Wash your hands
    • Use warm, soapy water, and wash for at least 20 seconds.
  • Wear cloth face coverings in public settings
  • Use non contact methods of greeting, rather than handshaking to prevent spread of virus

Tips for your home

What are the symptoms?

Symptoms may not appear for up to two weeks. If you feel you may have been exposed, please exercise caution when considering leaving home.

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath

Who is most at risk?

  • Older Adults
  • People with underlying health conditions (heart disease, diabetes, lung disease)

Where can I find more information?

We have many helpful articles below that have been tracking the COVID-19 pandemic. You can also find more information about how to stay safe in this unprecedented time at