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BCA COVID-19 Response

  • Travel Policy - BCA asks that employees and clients notify us if/when they are traveling out of state. If the person is traveling to a place with a positive test rate of over 15%, you will be required to agree in writing that you will take all COVID precautions (social distancing, not being in crowds, stringent mask wearing, etc). Then you may return to the center as soon as you can provide a negative test result. You will agree to continue to closely monitor your health for any COVID symptoms and take precautions as necessary. BCA Administration has chosen to exclude Indiana, for all staff and clients.

    •  If you are fully vaccinated (i.e., it has been two weeks or longer following receipt of the second dose in a 2-dose vaccine series or two weeks or longer following receipt of one dose of a single-dose vaccine), then you can refer to the guidelines about exposure for fully vaccinated staff members and will not be required to provide a negative test result in order to return to work.​​

  • 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. 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.

  • Health Checks: In addition to the temperature scans, clients and staff will be required to complete a daily online attestation that will include the following questions. If an employee or client were to answer “yes” to any of these questions, they would be required to stay home. o Have you experienced symptoms of illness in the last 24 hours (fever, sore throat, diarrhea, vomiting, loss of appetite, loss of taste or smell, headache, fatigue, muscle cramps, chills, cough, shortness of breath, etc.)?

    •  Have you cared for anyone that has been ill or suffering   from any of the above symptoms in the last 24hrs?

    •  In the last 2 weeks, have you been in contact with   anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19?

  • 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 and plastic face shields, before entering building.

  • Parents/Caregivers will continue to walk children in to either campus, maintaining 6ft of safe social distance between other families.

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Kosair Charities East Campus (Ages 3-11)

9810 Bluegrass Parkway Louisville, KY 40299

Mid City Campus (Ages 12-21)

1250 Bardstown Road, Suite 15 Louisville, KY 40204

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Nondiscrimination Policy:

BCA proudly serves any child or young adult with Autism Spectrum Disorder regardless of his or her race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or religious beliefs. Any child or young adult needing our services is welcome in our center. We extend this same philosophy to our employees.