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At End With Care, we are committed to providing you with the information you need to stay safe and healthy during the COVID-19 outbreak. We encourage those most vulnerable to the disease, including older adults and those with serious chronic medical conditions, to stay informed and protected.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health is working closely with the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to provide updated information about the novel coronavirus outbreak. You may refer to each of their websites to receive the latest information.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health: Information for Caregivers
For guidance regarding long term care facilities, such as nursing homes and rest homes, as well as assisted living residences. In-home caregivers and workers (including home health aids and independent nurses) can also find information and guidance here.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health: Healthcare Professionals & Organizations
Guidance for clinicians, lab professionals, hospitals, and pharmacies
CDC: Covid Data Tracker
IFind maps and charts tracking cases, deaths, and trends of COVID-19 in the United States, updated dailyby 8 pm ET
The New York Times: How to Protect Older People from the Coronavirus
People over 60, and especially over 80, are particularly vulnerable to severe or fatal infection. Here are some steps to reduce their risk.
Q&A: How to care for the elderly without putting them at risk of coronavirus
Experts stress there are ways to stay in touch with and care for the elderly without putting them at risk of exposure to Covid-19.
PBS: 4 tips for seniors to stay connected during coronavirus outbreak
Along with the risk of coronavirus infection comes the risk of social isolation. During a time of social distancing, here are four ways for elders to stay socially connected.
Wall Street Journal: Special Report - The Coronavirus Crisis
As the U.S. faces a pandemic, the advice is consistent and clear: Don’t panic, but be smart. This special report is designed to help you navigate through the pandemic. We encourage you to share these free articles.
The Coronavirus Crisis
UsAgainstAlzheimer’s - COVID-19 effects to Alzheimer’s community
The COVID-19 pandemic and closures have had disproportionate and dangerous effects throughout the Alzheimer’s community.