COVID-19 and What We Are Doing at The Blick Center to Protect Your Health
We hope you, your families, and loved ones are staying safe and healthy during this unprecedented time.
To ensure the health and safety of our clients, staff, and visitors, we are consistently evaluating best practices and guidance published by the CDC, local, state, and national government guidelines.
*Blick Center employees are instructed to not report to work if they are ill.
*Currently, Clinicians are meeting with clients in person or through telehealth services to enhance the safety of clients, caregivers, and staff. When telehealth services are not appropriate, Blick Center staff will coordinate with you to find alternate appointment options.
*When scheduling and confirming face-to-face appointments, you will be asked several pre-screening questions.
*We are continuing to limit the number of individuals within the building and therefore, you must have an appointment to enter. Our lobby is configured to ensure six feet of distance between seats.
*If you are unable to attend your appointment independently, we request that only one visitor accompany you.
*All staff, clients and visitors are required to arrive with and wear masks/face coverings. This does not apply to children under the age of 2 or to individuals who are unable to wear a mask/face covering due to a medical condition. If you have such a medical condition, you must inform your Clinician of this at the time your appointment is scheduled.
*All clients and visitors will be required to complete the screening questionnaire, temperature screening and perform hand hygiene upon entering the building or meeting in the community with their provider.
*Common spaces throughout our buildings are routinely sanitized.
The Blick Center will be following DODD’s required assurances for Adult Day Supports programming. To summarize, our safe practices will include:
If additional accommodations are needed, please discuss this with your provider. We will work together to support your needs and requests. Updates to this notification will be made as changes occur.
Please contact us with any questions.
We support staff growth and development through in-house training and free computer based training through Relias Learning.
Automatically deducted from your check with a 100% match for the first 6% with many investment options and on-line access to manage your own account.
Our goal of maintaining a positive work culture is achieved by coaching mentoring and assistance from our diverse interdisciplinary staff.
Our staff appreciation committee sponsors picnics, parties, raffles, appreciation gifts, wellness activities and dress down days.
We have our own information page-so you can stay informed about Blick Center events, policies and much more.
The Blick Center staff are committed to our Core Values: Building Better Lives with Integrity, Commitment and Kindness.
The diverse departments available at The Blick Center cover all the comprehensive needs of the individuals we serve.
We believe in implementing evidence based methods in aiding the growth of our individual clients.
There are great ways to donate
We are excited to announce we have recently started an agency endowment fund through the Akron Communication Foundation as a way to ensure a permanent, predictable stream of funding to support our mission.
Gifts can now be made online at Akroncf.org
The Blick Center Endowment Fund welcomes gifts of all kinds, including cash, bequests, closely held stock, real estate, life insurance and retirement assets.
We also accept in-kind donations of household items and craft supplies in new or satisfactory condition.
For questions or to schedule a pick up or delivery, please email list of available items with your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will contact you to make arrangements.
Thank you to our 2021 Virtual Blick Tie Affair presenting sponsors.
Becky and Bill Considine