Part of staying safe is staying informed. At NYSBHA, we believe it helps to check on state, national, and organizational resources for up-to-date information. Below are a few to help point you in the right direction, just click the links to read more.
To get started, check out the COVID-19 Health Literacy Project in collaboration with Harvard Health Publishing, which is providing accessible COVID-19 information into over 30 languages to help all patients know when, and how, to seek care.
School-Based Health Centers
- COVID-19 Telehealth Toolkit
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Telehealth and COVID-19 Resources: for patients and providers
- School-Based Telemedicine: Improving Access and Outcomes
- General Provider Telehealth and Telemedicine Tool Kit
- State Medicaid & CHIP Telehealth Toolkit: Policy Considerations for States Expanding Use of Telehealth
- FCC Funding for COVID-19 Telehealth Program
- Quick Start Guide to Telehealth
- Telehealth Essentials Checklist Training Event
- Implementing School-Based Telemental Health in New York: Best Practices, Challenges, and Successes
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Help stop the spread of Coronavirus
As School-Based Health Centers, health care providers, parents and the general public endeavor to keep on top of this fast-moving pandemic, below is a guide to staying safe during this time.
Practice Social Distancing
Even if you feel well, stay at home as much as possible. In public, keep at least 6 feet distance from others and wear a face covering. Avoid unnecessary appointments or trips.
Wash your Hands. Cover Your Cough.
Take Caution with New Yorkers At-Risk
Take special caution to avoid exposing the elderly and people with underlying health conditions. Avoid visiting those most at risk, call or video chat instead. Offer them help with groceries and other goods. Keep each other safe.