Commitment to Patients, Employees and the Community
Solace’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic exhibited our commitment to supporting employees, patients and the community. CEO Darcie Peacock delivered PPE equipment, including 100 goggles, 7,400 pairs of gloves, 35 containers of Lysol wipes, 20 bottles of hand sanitizer and 76 gowns to our partners at Parker Adventist Hospital. In addition, our team organized food purchase and delivery of food and supplies to families in need. We were so thrilled to be able to help our colleagues on the front lines.
Increased Access to Therapy for CO Children
Solace Pediatric Home Healthcare provides the same quality of specialized Occupational, Physical, Speech, Feeding and Behavior
Therapy to our current families, as well as comprehensive evaluations and therapy to new families.
Solace provides in-person and LIVE telehealth therapy sessions with the highest recommended protocols for the protection of our families and clinicians. Pediatric telehealth therapy removes the barriers of remote locations, compromised immunities and challenging family schedules hindering many children from receiving individualized one-on-one care. Families are equipped with iPads with cellular service, along with technical support in setting-up telehealth sessions. To learn more about telehealth therapy, click here.
Solace has partnered with the state department and regional healthcare coalitions to ensure we have all recommended personal protective equipment to keep our clinicians and families safe. Vaccination efforts are underway through our partnership with Tri-County Health Department and King Soopers Pharmacies across the state. We continue to support our families and clinicians through in-person or LIVE virtual therapy sessions. Clinicians also track their symptoms for in-person visits by completing a self and patient symptoms screener within their documentation.
Below are links from local and national health authorities to help you stay informed. Solace Pediatric Home Healthcare follows all guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).