That’s the way we all became the Aberdeen Bunch…
(sing to the tune of “The Brady Bunch…”)
Second Chapter, of office Aberdeen
Who were busy working Oh so hard at home
The rest of our amazing crew, are caring for Clients
But they were not “a lome.”
Reaching out to Aberdeen Team, is what we do.
With our calls, visits, thanks and yes our prayer
With their masks and gloves, they carry so bravely
Heros all, they need to know how much we care.
We are oh so proud of our
Amazing team, it’s ABERDEEN.
Labor Law Posting
A provision of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act) is as follows: The position of Home Care Provider (CNA, CHHA, and Nursing) is one that meets the definition of Health Care Provider as defined by 29CFR Part 826.30[c] (1) and, as such, is excluded from the category of individuals who are eligible for Emergency Paid Family and Medical Leave or Emergency Paid Sick Leave.
An excerpt from the DOL FFCRA FAQs explains further:
Who is a “health care provider” who may be excluded by their employer from paid sick leave and/or expanded family and medical leave?
For the purposes of employees who may be exempted from paid sick leave or expanded family and medical leave by their employer under the FFCRA, a health care provider is anyone employed at any doctor’s office, hospital, health care center, clinic, post-secondary educational institution offering health care instruction, medical school, local health department or agency, nursing facility, retirement facility, nursing home, home health care provider, any facility that performs laboratory or medical testing, pharmacy, or any similar institution, employer, or entity. This includes any permanent or temporary institution, facility, location, or site where medical services are provided that are similar to such institutions.
This definition includes any individual employed by an entity that contracts with any of the above institutions, employers, or entities institutions to provide services or to maintain the operation of the facility. This also includes anyone employed by any entity that provides medical services, produces medical products, or is otherwise involved in the making of COVID-19 related medical equipment, tests, drugs, vaccines, diagnostic vehicles, or treatments. This also includes any individual that the highest official of a state or territory, including the District of Columbia, determines is a health care provider necessary for that state’s or territory’s or the District of Columbia’s response to COVID-19.