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A Message from the Joint Information Center on COVID-19 What You Can Do:
Self-management and personal responsibility are empowering. Staying healthy and safe from contagion is within your control. You can do this by:
Following the "Safer at Home" Public Health Officer Order. This enforces a simple fact during this crisis: you are safer at home. By staying at home as much as possible you are not only protecting your health, you are making it safer for the people we are depending on (first responders, healthcare workers, grocery and restaurant workers) to continue working.
Remaining calm, practicing kindness, and looking out for your neighbors;
For those with children, they will remember how you reacted and how their family home felt during this time. They are watching us and learning how to respond to stress and uncertainty.
Offering help to others, especially those who have been identified as those who are considered to be high risk;
If you suspect you may have been exposed or are symptomatic, please contact your local health provider first. If you do not have a healthcare provider, please Los Angeles County Department of Public Health by dialing 2-1-1 to get assistance.
Coronavirus.gov is the source for the latest information about COVID-19 prevention, symptoms, and answers to common questions.
Medicare wants to help protect you from COVID-19:
- Follow the President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America
- Slow the spread of coronavirus
- Hygiene precautions to take now
- Preparing for healthcare needs
- Medicare covers related needs
- Telehealth & related services
- Other ways Medicare is helping
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The State Council on Developmental Disabilities has put together some helpful information about COVID-19 to support people with developmental disabilities and their families and caregivers.
Plain Language Information By and For People with Disabilities (Green Mountain Self-Advocates)