It is always our priority to keep your children healthy and safe. We think of our staff and the children we work with as family and will always do whatever we can to make sure everyone who walks through our office doors is cared for appropriately.  We have updated our office policies (temporarily) to reflect both state required and our own safeguards. We ask that you follow all of our guidelines to help everyone feel comfortable entering our office.

We are doing the following:

  • Employees are required to stay home if they have any symptoms of illness or if an immediate family member is showing symptoms of illness.

  • Employees are required to wear face masks when in face-to-face contact with children and families with the exception of when necessary to remove during feeding sessions or to model speech sound production. If a clinician must remove her mask, a plexiglass partition will be placed between her and the child. This will only be done with parent permission prior to the start of the session.

  • Clinicians are washing/sanitizing hands before and after every session.

  • Clinicians are helping your child wash/sanitize their hands before and after every session.

  • Session materials are sanitized after every session.

  • High touch points are sanitized frequently throughout the day.

  • All touch points, materials, and rooms are cleaned and sanitized at the end of the day.

  • A deep clean is performed weekly on the entire office.

We are asking the families we work with to do the following:

  • Stay home if you, your child, or a family member has any symptoms of illness. You are encouraged to have a telehealth session instead, that way your child will still get their services from the comfort of your own home!

  • Have only one parent/guardian accompany a child to the office.

  • Please leaving siblings home if possible.

  • Wear a mask or cloth face covering when in the waiting room or when accompanying a child to their session (unless a medical condition exempts you from the executive order).

  • Only two families should be waiting in the waiting room at any time and should be sitting on opposite sides to ensure 6 feet between them.

  • If the weather is nice, we encourage you to spend some time outside getting fresh air while your child is in their appointment.

Note: Children are welcome to wear a mask if they can do so safely but it is not required based on the exemption from the executive order indicating children are not required if a parent cannot safely get them to wear one. Children under age 2 SHOULD NOT be wearing masks due to suffocation risks.

While we are doing everything we can to ensure a healthy and sanitary space, due to the nature of the virus, we cannot guarantee that you will not contract COVID-19 in our office. By attending in person sessions, you are indicating that you are aware that you, your child, or a family member could contract COVID-19 and that you will not hold More to Say, LLC or any of its members or staff responsible for any complications that occur.