COVID-19 Safety Protocols for Fraser Clinics and Programs

COVID-19 Safety Protocols for Fraser Clinics and Programs


The health and safety of Fraser clients and staff is a top priority. Please view this page for latest updates to our COVID safety protocols.

Fraser holds the safety of clients and staff as a top priority and all decisions made to-date have been based on the guidance we receive from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH).  These protocols are continually updated based on current guidance and best practice recommendations from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Your health and safety is our first priority.

 


Mask Wearing

Masking is optional in Fraser Clinical locations as long as community spread remains low and CDC and MDH guidelines remain the same. We may need to resume masking protocols at individual clinics based on changes in community spread. Our staff are glad to provide you with a mask if you forgot to bring one. Please ask your clinician or the front desk staff.


COVID-19 Safety and Exclusions

If you are experiencing any symptoms associated with COVID-19  – follow guidelines below before proceeding to in-person services.

COVID-19 symptoms include fever greater than or equal to 100.4 degrees F, cough, difficulty breathing, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, nausea/vomiting, chills, muscle pain, excessive fatigue, new onset of severe headache, nasal congestion, or runny nose.


 

For Clients enrolled in ABA and Day Treatment Programs

COVID-19 Positive Case Summary Dashboard for Fraser ABA and Day Treatment Programs

Please view the dashboard below for COVID-19 positive case notifications. To view client’s program, select the right tab at the bottom of the document. This dashboard is regularly updated. If you are unable to view the dashboard below, please click here.

 


For Clients enrolled in outpatient services only (Autism, Mental Health and Pediatric Therapy)

See our current

If you have symptoms, exposure, or test positive, please use the table above to determine if you are eligible for in-person services. If you are not, you can use this Appointment Change Request form to transition your appointment to telehealth, cancel, or reschedule.

If you want immediate assistance call 612.767.7222. ARMHS clients: to convert an appointment to telehealth, cancel, or reschedule, please contact your clinician directly.