BCA COVID-19 Response

  • Travel Policy - BCA asks that employees and clients who are traveling out of state, take appropriate precautions and
    monitor for changes in their health upon return. You should refer to CDC travel recommendations based on where you are traveling. Domestic Travel During COVID-19 | CDC International Travel During COVID-19 | CDC

  •  BCA will continue to waive no-show fees for illness only, at this time. If you decide to return for center-based treatment, you will be expected to attend your assigned schedule. Absences due to illness will continue to be waived, but proper documentation and notice is required. Cancellations for vacations, dental or other non-emergency medical treatment will result in no-show fees. If you request BCA staff to engage in Telehealth with outside providers (ex: OT, PT, etc.), while your child is in our care, no show fees will be applied for that time. If your child is absent for any other reason than illness, no show fees will be applied. Medicaid clients although exempt from no-show fees will still need proper medical documentation to return to center based services after illness.

  • Health Checks: Temperature Scans for staff and clients will continue, however BCA will cease documentation.
    Parents/Caregivers and staff will no longer have to complete the health attestation; however, it is expected of everyone
    that they disclose any changes in their health and act accordingly.

  • Temperature Scan upon arrival

  • Employees and Clients must clean hands with provided hand sanitizer upon arrival.

  • Employees must wear proper PPE, provided by BCA, including anti-microbial face masks, before entering building.

  •  Parents/Caregivers will continue to walk children in to either campus. Vaccinated parents and caregivers may cease wearing their mask during drop-off and pick-up but must wear if entering the building. Unvaccinated parents and​ caregivers must continue to wear their masks, always. Please be mindful of others and keep your distance when picking up and dropping off, giving each other the recommended minimum of 3 feet of space.


  • Vaccinated and unvaccinated staff members will wear a mask at ALL times, unless they are able to be more than 6 ft
    apart from others.


  • Unvaccinated Staff members should not eat lunch with others. Vaccinated individuals may eat lunch with others but
    please stay 6 ft apart, unless outdoors.


  • Unvaccinated staff members will need to test every Friday or the last day of the week for their scheduled shifts.


  • Positive COVID-19 test

    • Employees and clients who test positive for COVID-19 may return to work/treatment once it has been 10 days
      since symptoms first appeared, 24 hours with no fever (w/o use of fever reducing meds) and other COVID symptoms are improving. Once all 3 of these are met, they can return and do not need a negative test.


  • If an employee or client tests positive and is asymptomatic they will be asked to quarantine for 10 days from the positive test.

  • Employees or clients who need to be tested for COVID-19, will have the option of acquiring a self-administered test
    kit from BCA provided by Solaris Labs. Follow directions on test kit and drop off at the address provided, test
    results will be provided. Test results will be provided no later than 48 hours after drop-off.

    • Non-fully vaccinated staff who are exposed to COVID-19 will be required to quarantine for 7 days: Once a staff member has received a negative test result from COVID-19 testing completed on day 5 or later after exposure, and once it has been 7 days since the staff member was exposed to COVID-19, the
      staff member may return to work so long as they are not living with an infected person.
      o Fully-vaccinated employees who have been exposed to COVID-19 should follow the guidelines set out

  • If staff cannot find a testing site that can guarantee results within 48-hours, then they will be asked to
    utilize the self-administered test kit.

  • Employees will be required to utilize PTO, unpaid leave, and/or workers compensation benefits as applicable, if they are required to quarantine due to COVID-19.