Coming This Month

Upcoming Activies

Monday

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7

CLOSED FOR LABOR DAY
 

14

21

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Tuesday

1

8

15

PAY DAY

Birthday Cake
 

22

Wednesday

2

9

16

23

Thursday

3

10

17

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Friday

4

11

18

BINGO

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Social Distance Dancing

Covid-19 Guidance

Take a look at our policy as we follow guidelines for Covid-19. 

GENERAL PREVENTION: The following are general guidelines that SVTC will follow

- STAY HOME IF SICK!    - HAND WASHING     -SCREENING         -RESTRICT VISITATION        -PROVIDE QUARANTINE SPACE

-REGULAR FREQUENT DEEP CLEANING         -USE OF PPE         -SOCIAL DISTANCING      -VIRTUAL MEETINGS

-SMALL GROUP SIZE                                         -COUGH ETIQUETTE 

  1. PREVENTION – Prevent  COVID-19 FROM ENTERING THE  BUILDING

  1. IF YOU ARE SICK STAY HOME! It is imperative that during this pandemic, people who have any symptoms whether believed to be covid or not, should not attend the day program until symptoms of illness have resolved.  We must depend on each home to pre-screen their individuals before sending them to SVTC. Van drivers will do a visual/verbal assessment of symptoms before allowing individuals onto the van.

  2. TRANSPORTATION ON VANS. All drivers will wear a mask and gloves while driving. All clients will be asked to wear a mask and people will be spaced out throughout the vehicle to the greatest extent possible

  3. SCREENING BEFORE ENTRY – ALL PEOPLE WILL HAVE THEIR TEMPERATURE CHECKED BEFORE ENTRY, SYMPTON CHECKS, VISUAL ASSESSMENTS, QUESTIONNAIRE – LOGS OF SCREENINGS KEPT.  All staff will complete written assessment tool daily for risks and client families and providers will be screened for possible exposure before returning to program

  4. REGULAR FREQUENT DEEP CLEANING, SOAP AND WATER THEN SANITIZE MORNING – AFTERNOON – EVENING

  5.  PPE -ALL STAFF AND CLIENTS WILL WEAR FACE MASKS WHENEVER WITHIN 6FT OF EACH OTHER AS FAR AS IS POSSIBLE (SOME CLIENTS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO WEAR MASKS)

  6.  ALL STAFF WILL WEAR PPE FACE MASKS, GLOVES AND WASH AFTER ALL CONTACT

  7. RESTRICTED VISITATION. CONTACT FREE DELIVERIES. LIMIT TO 1 ENTRY AND EXIT POINT (SIGNS ARE POSTED AT ALL ENTRIES – NUMBER TO CALL IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE)

  8. Minimal Belongings- STAFF AND CLIENTS WILL BE ENCOURAGE TO MINIMIZE AMOUNT OF PERSONAL ITEMS BROUGHT INTO THE PROGRAM


    KEEP PEOPLE HEALTHY WHILE IN OUR PROGRAM

1.  SCREENING THROUGHOUT THE DAY – MULIPLE ASSESSMENTS OF FEVER, COUGH, SHORTNESS OF BREATH, SORE THROAT OR OTHER SYMPTOMS

2. CLEANING AND SANITIZING – BEFORE CLIENTS COME, DURING THE DAY AND AFTER CLIENTS LEAVE

3. SMALL GROUP SIZE OF 10 OR LESS INCLUDING STAFF. STAFF ASSIGNED TO AREAS AND DONOT CROSS OVER.  GROUPS DO NOT MIX OR CROSS OVER

4. NO COMMUNAL DINING OR ACTIVITIES

5. NO COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES (UNTIL OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY DHS)

6. STAGGERED BREAKS AND BATHROOM USE TO AVOID OVER CROWDING

7. CLEANING OF RESTROOM AFTER USE

8. USE OF PPE BY ALL STAFF AND CLIENTS TO THE GREATEST EXTENT POSSIBLE.

9. SOCIAL DISTANCING, 6FT AWAY, NO HANDSHAKES, HIGH FIVES OR OTHER DIRECT CONTACT

10. TEACHING AND TRAINING FOR PROPER HANDWASHING, SOCIAL DISTANCING AND WEARING OF PPE AND COUGH EDIQUETTE (INTO ELBOW)

11. RESTRICTIONS ON VISITATION TO PROGRAM. ONLY PARENTS, GUARDIANS, APS (SCREENED BEFORE ENTRY)

12. VIRTUAL MEETINGS AND VISITS VIA TELEHEALTH, ZOOM OR OTHER MEDIA

13. DESIGNATED QUARANTINE ROOMS

 

RECOGNITION AND MANAGEMENT

  1. ANYONE EXHIBITING ANY OF THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS WILL BE CONSIDERED CONTAGIOUS

    1. FEVER,

    2.  NEW COUGH WITHIN 7 DAYS,

    3. SIGNS OF RESPIRATORY ILLNESS

    4. GENERAL BODY ACHES

    5. SORE THROAT

    6. LOSS OF TASTE OR SMELL

 

  1.  TWO QUARANTINE ROOMS AVAILABLE. PERSON WILL BE ISOLATED FROM GROUP

  2. PARENTS, GUARDIANS, PROVIDERS WILL BE NOTIFIED

  3. CONTACT DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FOR RISK ASSESSMENT

  4. INCIDENT REPORT FILED WITH DHS/DSPD

  5. SUPPORT COORDINATOR OR CASE MANAGER WILL BE NOTIFIED

  6. PERSON SENT HOME OR TO ALTERNATE CARE FACILITY FOR FURTHER ASSESSMENT, TESTING AND TREATMENT

  7. ONE STAFF ASSIGNED TO WORK WITH INDIVIDUAL. PPE WILL BE UTILIZED TO THE GREATEST EXTENT POSSIBLE INCLUDING GOWNS, GLOVES, N95 MASKS, GOGGLES. THIS STAFF WILL NOT WORK WITH OTHER INDIVIDUALS UNTIL RISK HAS BEEN ASSESSED.

A note about transportation.  Transportation is a more difficult situation to manage in terms of social distancing. Every effort will be made to space people out on vehicles, especially for those who do not already live together.  This could cause changes to pick up and drop off times. If a change is needed in order to maintain the health and safety of our riders, we will notify the home and make prior arrangements for a temporary change in schedule to accommodate social distancing. Vans will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected each morning, afternoon and evening before next days use. Vans will be parked with windows open to allow for air flow. All vehicles are parked inside the building at night. 

**this policy is subject to change with new guidance or information from local Health Department or CDC****

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801-561-1661

 Agency  Number 

455 West 9160 South

Sandy, Ut 84070

OPENING HOURS

MONDAY - THURSDAY

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

FRIDAY

7:30 AM - 4:00 PM

ADDRESS

Closed All Federal Holidays