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CHOICESS remains vigilant in ensuring the health and safety of the individuals we support, our employees, and their families during the Covid-19 pandemic. CHOICESS continues to monitor and implement the guidelines provided by Los Angeles County and the Center for Disease Control. If you have any questions regarding Covid-19 and how CHOICESS is adapting its services, please feel free to contact us. 

Covid-19 / Resources

Covid-19 Information and Resources to Share

This provides information on Covid-19 by and for individuals with developmental disabilities and is a good, clear breakdown of what the virus is, how to minimize exposure, and other useful strategies.


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Covid-19 Information to Share with the People We Support











Below is a great, hopeful article by Ben Drew on how we talk about Covid-19 to people who are struggling with the changes we're seeing on our day-to-day lives, our future hopes, and dreams. 

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How Do You Talk About Covid-19 to People with Intellectual Disabilities?


As essential workers, providing necessary supports to individuals with developmental disabilities living in their own homes, CHOICESS strives to keep those we employee, their families, and those we support as safe as possible. But, also, we want do everything we can to keep our communities safe as well. This video, courtesy of Dr. David Price, is aimed to educate, empower, and inform us how to protect one another during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Wash your hands often to stay healthy! You can help yourself and your loved ones stay healthy by washing your hands often, especially during these key times when you are likely to get and spread germs. 


It is always good to ere on the side of caution, if you believe you have been exposed, or are experiencing any symptoms even remotely close to Covid-19, consult a medical professional and consider getting tested. And remember that loss of taste and smell are a frequent symptom of Covid-19 (not included on this chart).

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