Information from the Executive Leadership Team of the Embassy Family of Companies of Aacres, Compass Career Solutions and SL Start and LSR Services.
Updated January, 2022
What to find
Included on this page are links to local, state, and federal health authorities, which are the source of the latest information and guidance on prevention, case definition, surveillance, treatment, and response related to a specific disease threat. Please remember that regulations and requirements for reporting and responding may vary by state and local health authority. The information provided herein is designed to assist home and facility operations and does not constitute medical or legal advice.
Below you can find the status of the states our homes are located and the COVID-19 phases each region is affected by. Click the button and be directed to the states COVID-19 status. *Please note any COVID-19 restrictions for healthcare workers, or HCP.
Suspected Case in a Home or Care Facility
Identifying Individuals at Risk for Complications from COVID-19: Exceptional needs, premorbid conditions or other vulnerabilities that identify residents who will may need urgent medical care, hospitalization or evacuation in the event they are suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19.
Recommended precautions for: Household members, intimate partners, and caregivers in a non-healthcare settings exposed to confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19
Prevention and Control Recommendations for Home Isolation and Care: Adhere to standard and transmission-based precautions when caring for individuals with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 who do not need to be hospitalized or Individuals with confirmed COVID-19 who were hospitalized and are determined to be medically stable to return to the home.
Embassy Management COVID-19
Emerging Infectious Disease Preparedness Plan
The policies, procedures, plans, and instructional material on this webpage are organized around the Embassy Management Emerging Infectious Disease Policy, which details the critical actions and plans required for us to respond to the three scenarios that may occur with the outbreak of an infectious disease such as Coronavirus:
1. General Preparedness – information on how to protect individuals and homes in areas or regions that do not have reported cases of Coronavirus infection.
2. Local Threat – instructions on how to prevent infection of individuals in homes located in communities notified by the public health authorities at either the federal, state and/or local level that the Coronavirus is likely to or has already spread.
3. Suspected Infection or Confirmed Case - instructions on how to proceed when a resident is suspected or confirmed of having a COVID-19 infection.
General Preparedness for Coronavirus
Universal Infection Precautions – everyday preventive actions to prevent exposure to the virus
Home Hygiene – best practices to maintain a clean and healthy home
What to do when notified by the public health authorities at either the federal, state and/or local level that Coronavirus is likely to or already has spread to a community where we provide services.
Screening - visitors or individuals returning to a home
Travel - excursions and visitations outside the home
Transportation Guidelines – procedure and schedule for maintaining clean vehicles
Use of Personal Protective Equipment – use of gowns, masks, gloves, and protective barriers
Sanitary Supplies – key items for protection and compliance with environmental policies
Company Policies for Employees
Immediate Mandatory Sick Leave: Procedure for employees who have been exposed to pandemic coronavirus, are suspected to be ill, or become ill at the worksite (e.g.).
Travel Restrictions: Guidance for employees going to or returning from affected areas
Return to Work Criteria for Healthcare Personnel with SARS-CoV-2 Infection (Interim Guidance)
Flexible worksite Policies and permission for telecommuting (e.g., HIPAA requirements) and ﬂexible work hours