CTBS COVID POLICY UPDATE: 11/18/20


As we continue to navigate the fluid situation of the novel coronavirus we continue to adjust and take the necessary precautions to keep our clients and their families safe. We will continue to follow CDC guidelines.


CDC guidelines will change over time as more is learned about the virus and we will attempt to keep up with and adjust to the changes as they occur.


Current guidelines are on the CDC webpage (cdc.gov) and you can view them there. We have highlighted areas that impact us the greatest below.

1. Travel: If you travel by plane, train or cruise ship the CDC recommends that you socially distance for 14 days. According to social distance guidelines, this means you must maintain 6- foot distance and wear a mask. This rule applies to staff and clients. Each will be assessed to determine if they are able to do this in their role. If they are not, they will not be allowed in the clinics for the 14-day period.


2. Screening guidelines: Clients will be asked screening questions to determine if they can attend therapy appointments. Answering yes to these questions will result in client being sent home. Clients who answer yes to the travel question only will be assessed by Owner and Clinical Director to determine if they may return or need to quarantine for 14 days. As of today those questions are as follows.


a. Has your child traveled by plane, train or cruise ship in past 14 days?

If yes, therapy may not proceed. Clients will be required to stay home for 14 days from the time he/she left an area with widespread, ongoing community spread (Level 3 Travel Health Notice countries) and practice social distancing.


b. Has anyone in the child’s household tested positive for COVID-19 or is awaiting COVID- 19 test results? 

If Yes, therapy may not proceed until everyone in household is cleared/symptom free for 14 days


c. Does your child have any symptoms of illness (headache, diarrhea, cough, etc.)? 

If yes, therapy may not proceed.


d. Does your child have a fever greater than 99.9 (TEA Guideline)? 

If yes, therapy may not proceed.

We appreciate your support as we navigate these difficult times. It is our goal to protect families and staff in order reduce interruptions to service as much as possible. If you have questions you may contact the office 254-554-1466 or email atindell@ctxbs.com.