Coronavirus and CNS Preventative/Protective Measures
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Coronavirus and CNS Preventive/Protective Measures

Coronavirus and CNS Preventive/Protective Measures

As we reintegrate day-treatment activities in our Centre for Neuro Skills clinics – including our Texas locations in Austin, Irving, Houston, Fort Worth, and California locations in Bakersfield, Los Angeles, and San Francisco – the health and safety of patients, families, and staff is our utmost priority. We will continue to closely monitor the coronavirus situation and align CNS mitigation strategies with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state authorities, and public health officials, adapting our operations accordingly for each location.

Treating patients in the clinical setting requires us to work together and practice daily habits to reduce our risk of exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19. Your cooperation, assistance, and compliance with CNS’ health safety strategies are very appreciated. Thank you for your consideration during this time.


Regular Monitoring

Patients will be monitored under the supervision of CNS employees and clinical staff to ensure they do not have a temperature or symptoms. We will also require: 

  • Maintaining a family temperature log for all family in close contact with the patient
  • Temperature reading periodically throughout the day or as needed
  • Key concepts underlying the CNS guidelines and public health strategies, also include increased testing of people for the virus, isolation for those infected, and keeping track of how someone infected might have infected other people

Wearing a Mask

All persons may choose to wear a face mask while in the CNS clinics or residential sites should they desire.


Social Distancing

It is important to maintain a safe distance (at least 6 feet) between both patients and staff, as much as possible.

Disinfection and Sanitization

All areas such as offices, residential sites, bathrooms, common areas, and equipment will be cleaned and disinfected routinely. Patients will also be subject to:

  • Regular handwashing with soap and water for at least 20 seconds 
  • Use of hand sanitizer when appropriate
  • This practice should also be applied to your home

With your efforts, we're helping to keep people safe and healthy. As always, we'll continue to share information as we navigate these changes.

(Updated April 19, 2023)