By Jennifer Lanham on Mar 16, 2020 11:19:26 AM
March 16, 2020
Yesterday evening on March 15th, the CDC suggested canceling or postponing gatherings of 50 or more. The hope is to minimize the spread of COVID-19 within communities.
We understand you have many questions and desire answers. After a thorough review, the CDC's guidance is not intending to cancel medically necessary day to day operations. Circle City ABA will remain open to the children and families we serve in Evansville and Lafayette.
Our leadership is continuously monitoring our communities as well as adhering to and exceeding recommendations at the state and federal level. Our employees are relentlessly cleaning and sanitizing our centers and will continue to do so. We will continue to take temperatures of all individuals entering the center and exercise caution as we care for those we serve.
We appreciate your patience and positivity during this uncertain time. As always, we will keep you notified through social media, text communications, and the blog on our website. Should you have any questions, please call our center directly or send us a message.
Circle City ABA President