Now more than ever, we must stand by children and families impacted by developmental delays and disabilities.
|As you are aware, the novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), a highly contagious respiratory illness, has affected individuals across the United States. In addition to the recently declared state of emergency, school districts have closed and countless physicians have advised vulnerable populations to avoid contact risk at all costs.
At present, our offices are closed until further notice. We have also temporarily stopped all in-home therapy.
Many of the young children we serve face chronic health conditions – and as a precaution, their parents and caregivers have decided to quarantine their families. As a result, these children were longer able to receive the critical therapy services they greatly need.
We had to take action.
Here at The Warren Center, we are committed to both the therapeutic progress and health of our clients and our staff. To ensure this, we are offering HIPAA compliant, virtual therapy sessions. We feel this is a viable and workable response to a unique situation. Virtual appointments ensure children do not miss therapy sessions, their progress is not hindered and parents still receive the help and support they need.
We will continue to make changes to programming as directed by state and local officials and will do our best to keep you, our supporters, apprised.
Our goal is to keep our therapy services going for our most vulnerable children and keep our staff employed in this great time of uncertainty.
|Please consider making a gift so that we can keep our operation going and safely deliver services to children who need them most. You can make your gift online or by mailing it to:
The Warren Center
We especially hope you are taking care of yourself, your families and your loved ones during this trying time.
Thank you for wanting only the best for The Warren Center and the children we serve. Thank you for your support.