A REOPENING UPDATE
To our clients:
Ryther works with children; many will not have the opportunity to receive a COVID-19 vaccination for the foreseeable future. As we begin to slowly reopen, we will continue to work to keep our clients safe. Ryther will still require masks while on campus, and we will continue screening staff and clients for COVID-19 symptoms and make subsequent decisions to maximize the safety of all individuals on campus. We have relaxed the masking guidelines to allow the use of a single mask, whether cloth, surgical, KN-95, or N-95.
As we reopen, we intend to minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19 for all our clients and staff. This means that you and your child may not come to campus if you or anyone you have been exposed to has a fever, sore throat, body aches, loss of sense of taste or smell, trouble breathing, new unexplained itching, or unusual bruising on hands and feet. Additionally, do not come in if you have been exposed to someone with
If you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 or the symptoms listed above, please call the office to let us know why you can’t come for your session. We will try to arrange a video session. You will not be charged for a missed session. The front desk and your therapist can explain when it is safe to again come to campus. Stay home for 10 days after all symptoms are gone or you test negative for COVID-19, and for 14 days without symptoms if you have been exposed to COVID-19.
Your therapist will let you know when it’s time to start doing therapy on campus.
Each client must be screened for COVID-19 symptoms and have their temperature taken prior to leaving their vehicle. Please contact your child’s program/therapist for more information regarding screenings.
If you do not have access to a car, your therapist can help you make special arrangements.