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Cardinal Services COVID-19 Updates & Resources

Updates & Resources for the Cardinal Community

A Message from Cardinal Services CEO, Randy Hall

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Greetings,

In order to protect the health and safety of the people we serve and our staff, Cardinal Services suspended the day services program and restricted visitors at all our locations effective March 18. Since that time, we have continually sought and followed the guidance of local, state and national authorities.

We commend our employees including our regular residential staff and day services staff who moved over to residential programs to help support individuals where needed. The people we support are so fortunate to have your assistance during these challenging times.

We regret that we have not been able to provide all of our usual services during this time. However, we have a Return to Work Plan in place, beginning Monday, May 18. It will be a slow, step by step re-opening and each new step will be carefully evaluated and considered before the next is taken. The safety of each person served, our staff and families will remain our chief concern. You can read the entire plan HERE.

If you have any questions about this information or the coronavirus in general, please contact us at https://cardinalservices.org/contact/.

Thank you,

 

 

 

 

Randy Hall, CEO

Cardinal COVID-19 Updates

 

ANNOUnCEMENTS

 

COVID-19 resources

Cardinal Services’ leadership is closely following the latest news and guidance provided by our community partners including:

 

Instructional Videos

 

Needs

  • FACE MASKS – Cardinal is running low on face masks for our Direct Support Professionals. We are in need of sewing machines and volunteers who  know how to sew. Please contact Vickie Lootens if you have a sewing machine you are willing to loan or donate, or if you can volunteer to sew masks. Contact Vickie Lootens at 574.371.1344 or vickie.lootens@cardinalservices.org
  • HEALTHY FAMILIES – needs baby items such as diapers, wipes, formula, thermometers, etc; and basic toiletries, including toilet paper

 

Coronavirus

The CDC offers these videos to better understand COVID-19.

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