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Tuesday LTC Provider Call - ALF/RC - Shared screen with speaker view
Matt Gatzke
07:22
Waiver request form...https://www.dhhs.nh.gov/oos/bhfa/documents/waiver.pdf
lcutliffe
07:33
We are now a COVID free ALF. Are there any restrictions on accepting new residents?
lcutliffe
08:43
We are now a COVID free ALF, can we begin having communal gatherings outside for small groups as long as we're adhering to safe distance, masking, etc. protocols?
gerry.caruncho@comcast.net
11:07
Any info on ASAP testing
Lara Shea
11:19
Can Covid be considered as our table top and live drill for 2020?
Sarah Morazzini
13:02
Is the state working on a plan to implement if the Governor doesn't continue to extend the state of emergency next week?
gina queiros
18:59
We made buttons with pictures of ourselves to wear while wearing a mask.
Wendy.J.Smigelski
21:08
Hi, I'm sorry, to date I do not have an update from the State Fire Marshal's Office on a formal letter regarding fire drill exceptions. As soon as I do I will relay to both Kristen and Matt Gatzke.
Lisa Henderson
21:55
Free Webinar | Helping Staff Cope with Traumatic and Chronic Stress Caused by the COVID-19 Pandemichttps://www.leadingagemaryland.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1382862&group=
Sara Nadeau
32:05
For Wendy Smigelski if still on the line. We have a resident room that needs new carpeting following a resident passing. The carpet company is willing to pass supplies and have the staff member use the window to enter the room. We have a UV light that we can use to treat the room after. Is this acceptable?
Sara Nadeau
33:40
For Wendy - it's just an extra precaution.
Sarah Morazzini
35:38
Do you think that the LTC Stabilization program will be extended beyond the 30th?
Lisa Henderson
39:47
Contact Aaron if you would like to discuss the release issue: Aaron.McIntire@dhhs.nh.gov
Sara Nadeau
42:34
I truly value these teleconferences. Is there any plan to discontinue them? I am hopeful they will continue as this situation keeps evolving, even if we see fewer questions on certain days!
Jasmine Gosselin
43:00
271-5980
Amelia Hayes - Wellstone House
43:01
2715980
Anne Ulman
46:43
Do you know if the majority of stand alone ALs are going forward with testing of residents and staff at this time? Or people waiting for future direction from the state?
Jennifer Massicotte
48:25
We are testing the National Guard will be coming out. For Everyone's peace of mind we wanted to do this. All my staff were all tested at a drive thru one when the national guard comes to do the residents they are re doing my staff also.
Kelly Keefe
51:03
Here's the email for waivers or staffing needs and any other questions!
Kelly Keefe
51:07
DHHS.hfaregcorrespondence@nh.gov
Jasmine Gosselin
51:58
Another outlook: if facilities have tested, do you plan to continue, and on what frequency?
Amy R. Thornton
52:33
for those who have tested all residents and staff, what is your plan for testing going forward?
Brenda Pereira
53:45
we are testing 100% staff every 10 days as well as 10% residents
Amy R. Thornton
54:23
Brenda P. are you in LTC or AL?
Brenda Pereira
54:33
AL
Christine Gowen
54:35
We're attached to LTC so we'll do all staff every 10 days and then 10% of residents
Brenda Pereira
54:56
same here Christine
Kris Andreozzi
54:59
for surveillance testing of ALF attached to a LTC - After initial baseline testing10% of the total resident beds you are licensed for and 100% of staff (not mandatory) every 7-12 days
Anne Ulman
55:30
We are waiting for a clear recommendation from the state on AL testing. Even though they may not have it organized for us, are they recommending it for staff and residents in stand alone ALs?
Lisa Henderson
59:57
https://www.hhs.gov/coronavirus/cares-act-provider-relief-fund/general-information/index.html
Kelly Keefe
01:00:53
Thank you ALL, have a great week and stay safe!