KRS 0000127075
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KRS 0000127075
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General procedures for prevention
COVID-19

  • Patients are admitted to the Clinic without accompanying persons, siblings, accompanied by a maximum of one guardian.
  • On the premises of the Clinic, the parent/guardian must have his/her mouth and nose covered.
    According to the GOV guidelines, the obligation does not apply to: children under 4 years of age, people who cannot cover their mouth or nose due to a medical condition, holistic developmental disorders, mental disorders, intellectual disabilities of moderate, severe or profound degree, or people who have difficulty covering or uncovering their mouths on their own.
  • Before entering the Foundation's premises, the patient (over 6 years of age) and parent/guardian are required to disinfect their hands with the liquid available at the door. Children under 6 years of age are not allowed to use the disinfecting liquid according to the GIS guidelines. Children under the age of 6 are required to wash their hands with soap and water before entering the therapy room. 
  • It is not recommended that parents/guardians participate in therapy/diagnosis, except in justified cases (e.g., children who are too young to be separated from their parent/guardian or patients who require the support of a parent/guardian). The decision is made by the therapist after a discussion with the parent/guardian.

In the cases mentioned above, the therapist uses additional personal protective equipment (mask and visor at the same time).

  • The patient or parent/guardian is asked to arrive at the Clinic no earlier than 10 minutes before the appointment.
  • The patient or parent/guardian is given a questionnaire by the registration staff, which must be completed, signed and returned to the registration staff. The purpose of the questionnaire is to determine the presence of disease symptoms or the risk of exposure to disease.

If the patient or parent/guardian refuses to complete the questionnaire or at least one answer is affirmative, the Clinic has the right to refuse to admit the patient.

The registration clerk is obliged to check the questionnaire.

  • Those waiting to be admitted in the waiting room use only marked seats.
  • Parents/guardians do not enter the therapy rooms, they are required to leave the building after handing over the child to the care of the therapist.
  • While waiting for a medical/therapeutic appointment, the parent/guardian is responsible for his/her child and ensures that the child remains only within the waiting area.
  • Conversations between the parent/guardian and the therapist when picking up/dropping off the patient should be kept to a minimum to prevent people from congregating in the waiting room. The parent/guardian may be invited to consultations using teleinformation systems.
  • Parents/guardians may only use the restroom designated for Clinic patients.
  • Patients are not allowed to bring their own toys into the therapy room.

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