Resources

Caregiving – Insights, Information, Inspirations

www.caregiving.com

MedicineNet – Health and Medical Information Produced by Doctors

www.medicinenet.com

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

www.hhs.gov

National Council on Disability

www.ncd.gov

Medicare

www.medicare.gov

Training

DRC is dedicated to equipping providers, families, guardians, and caregivers with comprehensive training services to set them up for success. Our commitment to adhering to industry best practices empowers you to flourish.

In addition to our year-round QMAP and CPR training offerings, DRC provides access to a wide range of courses, enabling care providers to enhance their skills and expertise in the IDD service and support sector.

Furthermore, DRC offers on-the-job training for Life Skills Specialists employed in our day program, which includes defensive driving instruction.

Training

DRC is dedicated to equipping providers, families, guardians, and caregivers with comprehensive training services to set them up for success. Our commitment to adhering to industry best practices empowers you to flourish.

In addition to our year-round QMAP and CPR training offerings, DRC provides access to a wide range of courses, enabling care providers to enhance their skills and expertise in the IDD service and support sector.

Furthermore, DRC offers on-the-job training for Life Skills Specialists employed in our day program, which includes defensive driving instruction.

Our Covid-19 Protocols:

Our Adult Day Program and locations are committed to maintaining a safe environment for our clients and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. This policy outlines the measures and guidelines we have implemented to prevent the spread of the virus.

All clients and staff will undergo daily health screenings upon arrival, including temperature checks and symptom assessments. Anyone displaying symptoms of COVID-19 or known exposure will not be allowed to enter the facility.

Face masks or coverings are mandatory for all clients and staff while inside the facility, unless an individual has a medical exemption.

We will implement physical distancing measures, including maintaining at least 6 feet of separation between individuals whenever possible.

Frequent hand washing and the use of hand sanitizers will be encouraged. Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the facility.

High-touch surfaces and common areas will be regularly cleaned and disinfected according to CDC guidelines.

Staff will receive training on COVID-19 safety measures, including proper mask usage, hand hygiene, and infection control.

Staff members who feel unwell or exhibit symptoms of COVID-19 will be required to stay home and seek medical advice.

Appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), such as masks and gloves, will be provided to staff as needed.

We will regularly communicate COVID-19 updates, guidelines, and best practices to both clients and staff.

In case of a positive COVID-19 case within the program, we will cooperate fully with local health authorities for contact tracing and follow all recommended protocols.