To our clients and employees

Health and safety measures

Pursuant to the Governor’s Declaration of Emergency Directive on March 15, 2020, “Protecting Nevadans’ public health and safety is top priority, and this declaration will give our State additional tools and flexibility to respond to this rapidly developing situation and advance measures to mitigate and ultimately contain COVID-19,” said Governor Sisolak. “As part of our emergency declaration, the governor ordered the activation of the State Emergency Operations Center and our Nevada Health Response team, which will be leading our fight against COVID-19 and exploring ways to mitigate the impacts to our State and its citizens. “

As we rise to meet the challenges brought on by the pandemic and recent events, our first thoughts continue to be about the safety and well-being of our employees, our clients, and communities. In the spirit of caring for one another, we’re fully committed to meeting our clients’ needs by providing our personal care and In-home care services, guidance, and support. Although we will be constantly adapting to our new reality, please know our dedication to assisting our clients, employees and supporting our communities will never waver.

Safety is our top priority

Our caregivers are at the heart of this and are there to serve you

We have implemented COVID-19 Safety Training for all our caregivers to apply enhanced cleaning procedures and use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) using hand washing and hand sanitizers. They are also instructed to use and follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and public health guidance.

COVID-19 Symptoms

Fever, cough, and difficulty breathing are the most common symptoms of the coronavirus. If you’re experiencing these symptoms and think you may have been exposed to COVID-19, contact your health care provider.

Source: Visit the CDC website Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

For more information, guidance and resources about the COVID-19 response in Nevada, visit

      Coronavirus Disease COVID-19 – Coronavirus Stops With Me

Wear a mask. Protect Others.