Being a provider of pediatric home health in Houston, Texas, many parents have asked us about how they can care for children while in quarantine. With this, we’ve provided the most frequently asked questions so that we can better inform more parents about how they can ease the anxieties of their children and keep them safe during the quarantine.

Here are some of our frequently asked questions:

Are Children with Special Needs at High Risk of the COVID-19 Virus?

According to the American Psychological Association, children with disabilities are at high-risk because of their secondary health conditions. Hence, family members and providers of private duty nursing in Texas must carry out infection prevention by assisting children in performing proper hygiene tasks and keeping the home clean at all times.

Will I Still Be Able to Take My Child to Their Scheduled Healthcare Visits?

Talk to your healthcare provider about this. Some doctors are rescheduling appointments or available through telehealth services.

What If My Child Gets Sick?

Contact your healthcare team first before taking them to the hospital. They are knowledgeable in your child’s health history and can provide you with advice on how you can keep the symptoms contained in the meantime.

Wait for further instruction before going to your local hospital or clinic to avoid breaching healthcare protocol.

Do you need help in caring for your child with special needs? Seek help from a pediatric healthcare provider, like AMENITY HEALTH SERVICES PLLC. We are also a provider of pediatric services in Houston, Texas.

Should you need pediatric physical, occupational, speech therapy, or private duty nursing, contact our staff to inquire if our staff is available during this time.

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