Home » Market News » DirectorsTalk Highlights » 3 things to consider for accepting visitors into an aged-care facility
SmartSpace Software

3 things to consider for accepting visitors into an aged-care facility

According to the New York Times, one-third of all COVID-19 related deaths are from residents and workers of nursing homes and long-term aged-care facilities. 

That’s why, if you’re running an aged-care facility, it’s vital you take the appropriate steps to protect society’s most vulnerable population during the pandemic. However, knowing what the best course of action is to protect the elderly and your workers in aged-care facilities can be challenging.

Below, we’ll explore three key factors to take into account if you’re allowing visitors into an aged-care facility during and after the global coronavirus pandemic. Although these factors are based on USA guidelines and perspectives, these guides can be helpful whichever country you’re in. We highly recommend you also check your local policy to ensure these factors align with local rules and guidance.

SmartSpace Software Plc (LON:SMRT) is focused on technologies that make real estate more efficient and organisations more effective. They provide leading smart workplace software and technology to the commercial workplace, retail and hospitality real estate sectors. 

To read the full news article please click here

Receive our exclusive interviews – Enter your email to stay up to date.

Disclaimer: Statements in this article should not be considered investment advice, which is best sought directly from a qualified professional.