Health and Safety Policies and Procedures
We want to thank our families and staff for their transparency throughout the pandemic! It has enabled us to continue our services while ensuring the safety of all your children, our staff, as well as high-risk family members at home. In an effort to continue this mantra of clear communication and continuing our in-clinic sessions with health and safety as a top priority for your families and our staff, we have established the following Health and Safety Plans. All procedures have been created referencing information from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Harris County Public Health, and the City of Houston.
Please review this page and if you have any questions or concerns, call or email us!
Page Updated May 8, 2022
The entire Foundations Team is fully vaccinated and boosted against Covid-19!
- Our waiting room is open! Please respect social distancing when possible.
- Our polycarbonate plastic divider in the big gym remains for safe socialization and parallel play!
- Every child's temperature will be taken with a no-touch thermometer prior to their session, regardless of symptoms. Temperature must be below 100.0°F and child must be symptom free for at least 72 hours before returning to the clinic.
- Please inform us if your child or a member of your household has been exposed to COVID-19.
- Please inform us if your child or a member of your household is exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19.
We are doing our absolute best to mitigate risk! Please review our Sanitation Procedures here.
Drop Off and Pick Up
- You may bring your child into the clinic for drop off.
- Please come in to the waiting room to pick up your child.
- If you'd still like your child to be retrieved from and brought to your call, please call the office or speak to your child's therapist directly.
- Children are no longer required to wear masks during their sessions.
- We recommend adults wear masks while sitting in the waiting room during their child's session.
- During sessions, therapists may not wear a mask if it's important that a child be able to see full facial expressions and/or mouth movement.