COVID-19: GUIDELINES

Dear Just For You Family,

    Your health and safety is our top priority. We are closely monitoring developments of the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) and are following guidelines from the government and health authorities.
    We understand the concern and uncertainty you may be experiencing and we are committed to being responsive to your needs as the situation evolves. 
    As always, we are doing our part maintaining a clean and safe environment for all. We also ask you to do your part including: washing your hands with warm water and soap, as well as staying home if you are sick or exhibiting flu/virus symptoms. 
    We ask all to be informed while taking precautions, but please do not let an obsession come in between you and your mental health. Take deep breaths, connect with friends over the phone, meditate, listen to music, dance! Focus on what you can do to maintain a healthy environment for you and your loved ones. 
    We are here to help as well as bring support to you and your family. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us.

Our essence is to take care of you!
Just for you Team

 

GUIDELINES:

Clients will be asked COVID-19 specific questions including: 

› Have you been asked to self isolation or quarantine by a doctor or a local public health official in the last 14 days? 

› Have you experienced any cold or flu-like symptoms in the last 14 days (fever, cough, shortness of breath or other respiratory problem)? 

› Have you had close contact with or cared for someone diagnosed with COVID-19, or someone exhibiting cold or flu like symptoms within the last 14 days? 

› Have you been tested for COVID-19? What type of test did you have? When were you tested? What was the result? 

 

*If we have any reason to suspect that the client is not completely healthy, the session will be postponed. 

*Kindly wait in your car or outside until we text or call you to come in.

 

 » Clients will be greeted at the door, avoiding practices such as handshaking or hugging.

» A no-touch thermal temperature scan will be used to confirm the client’s temperature is no higher than 100.4°F [38°C]. If a client has a temperature above 100.4°F, or has developed cold or flu-like symptoms or other symptoms suggesting illness the session will be rescheduled. We also suggest calling your primary care provider for a consultation.

» We request that you remove medical gloves before entry, as gloves may be contaminated with respiratory droplets.

» Clients must wear face masks at all times. 

» Clients will be escorted to the session room.

 

While information is still limited, the CDC indicates that these underlying conditions place people at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19: 

› People 65 years or older 

› Chronic lung disease 

› Moderate to severe asthma 

› Heart conditions 

› Compromised or suppressed immunity 

› Severe obesity (body mass index of 40 or higher) 

› Diabetes 

› Chronic kidney disease 

› Liver disease 


 

While COVID-19 is present in the community, these changes to session procedures are advised: 

» Friends and family of the client are not allowed to wait in the reception area while the client receives massage, unless they are that client’s legal guardian. 

» Both the practitioner and client must wear a face mask during the session. The client must also wear a face mask from the time they enter to the time they leave the facility. 

» The CDC suggests that COVID-19 infected respiratory droplets can be dispersed when people talk. For this reason, talking is limited to communication about pressure, warmth, and comfort while in the enclosed space of the session room. 

» Because a face mask is worn for the duration of the massage, safe face massage is not possible and therefore prohibited at this time. 

» Clients must sanitize hands with an alcohol based hand sanitizer before entering the facility.