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Tips to Keep Your Home Safe for All

August 2020
 
Remaining at home?

What has to happen to our home to enable us to continue to live safely and independently?  We are seeing that a lot of families are beginning to understand the importance of living well in the community with adequate support.  And that support starts with Home Healthsmith!  We can help with solutions that enable one to stay safely in their home which brings confidence and independence to all.  

Let us help you and your loved ones with the many solutions that are available.

We are still installing and servicing our clients and are available by email or phone.  If it is necessary for one of our technicians to visit your home in person, you can rest assured our staff will observe strict hygiene protocols.  Some of these include:
  1. Avoiding any physical person-to-person contact (such as handshakes)
  2. Observing social distancing - staying at least 6 feet away from you and recommend if possible, for you to be in another room while we are there.
  3. Regularly washing our hands and using hand sanitizer products.
  4. Using PPE equipment such as face masks, gloves and booties.
  5. Cleaning equipment before and after we service or install it.
  6. If any technician or staff member experiences any symptoms, they are told to self-isolate immediately and contact their physician.
We are here to help you stay safe in your home.  It is also more important than ever to be able to be there for our clients - old and new - and help them with whatever they need from us to remain in their homes. 

Our showroom is open during our major renovations!    We are wearing our masks and require all visitors to also wear theirs.  We are social distancing, limiting customer traffic, cleaning and sanitizing constantly.  Give us a call and make an appointment today.

How can we help you?
Linda & Bill Bohmbach

August is Spinal Muscular Atrophy
Awareness Month

Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is a genetic disorder that starts in the central nervous system (CNS) and affects all the muscles in the body. Due to the degenerative nature of the disease, people with SMA will experience a decline in muscle strength over time, although the rate and severity can vary among individuals.

MORE Progress on the New Center...



Be sure to watch Home Healthsmith's Linda Bohmbach on 
Studio 10 TV with the Cardi Brothers on 8/24 at 11 am.


Linda & Bill Bohmbach
401.293-0415

Home Healthsmith™ provides in-home solutions that allow you to maintain your level of comfort without compromising your health and safety. 

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