Retraining service providers to meet the growing Coronavirus challenge
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. - March 12, 2020 - PRLog -- Humanus, a national provider of special education and human services professionals, in response to the Coronavirus/COVID-19, has announced plans to expand its virtual/remote services delivery offerings. Humanus has begun training all of its professionals to provide services virtually. This undertaking will allow these professionals to offer their services even when a facility closes due to any number of emergencies, thus avoiding any disruption in service.
"Our collective concern is to ensure that the kiddos continue receiving services and that the schools we support have minimal disputation where possible, while we all navigate through these uncertain waters," says James Stewart, President and CEO of Humanus. "All we can do is prepare to the best of our ability and weather the storm, but we will be prepared."
Some of the benefits of this solution are:
- Continuation of emotional support and special education professional services
- Provide Aide/PCA Support where possible
- Full care access for any individual – no matter the distance
- Increased emergency response time
Humanus is expanding its services as of the date of this release. For more information, please feel to visit our website at www.humanus.com.
Humanus, headquartered in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, proudly serves private, public, charter and cyber schools, behavioral health centers, long-term care facilities, and adult day programs throughout the nation.
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