Building Blocks Therapy has updated their policies related to COVID to reflect new travel advisories. The changes come as the cases are rising and the CDC is recommending not traveling or engaging in unmasked activities with family and friends outside of your immediate bubble. We are putting these updated travel policies in place in order to do our part to keep our staff and client base safe during this holiday season.

Please Review the Following:

For VA Families: If you and your family did not wear a mask in a space where any other people (any other kids or adults) did not wear masks, please plan to transition to teletherapy for the two weeks after travel/gatherings
For DC Families: If you and your family traveled to a location on the DC travel advisory list OR did not not wear a mask in a space where other people (kids or adults) did not wear masks, please plan to transition to teletherapy for the two weeks after travel/gatherings or provide a negative PCR test. 
Beginning this week, you will receive an updated policy document at your session to initial and sign.  This document will ask about your travel and highlights some of the key policies regarding mask wearing and illnesses. 
We look  forward to continuing to provide a safe environment for everyone, as we move towards the Winter months. 

Need to switch to Telehealth?

Did you travel or host family for Thanksgiving and need to switch to Telehealth for 2 weeks? If you haven’t done Telehealth with us yet and are wondering what it might look like for your child, we have the answers! Check our previous blog posts on Telehealth to find out more. Thinking it would be impossible for your child under 3? Our District Early Intervention services are 100% Telehealth. Find out what Telehealth looks like for a toddler HERE. You might be surprised to realize this can be a great filler for 2 weeks!

Thank you for your continued diligence and assistance with this and Happy Thanksgiving! We are thankful for the amazing families we work with!

Building Blocks Therapy