Remind Resident and Staff About the Risks of Sharing Personal Items

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Residents living together in recovery housing will become very close. Over time, they may forget that there may be risks to sharing personal items. Remind residents moving in, as well as existing residents from time to time, that they should avoid sharing personal items like toiletries, eating utensils and similar items.

You can also provide each resident with a caddy for their personal toiletries, so they do not accidentally use someone else’s items in the bathroom.

Course Syllabus

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Creating a Communicable Disease Policy Overview
Communicable Disease Policies: Exercise
Why a Communicable Disease Prevention Policy is Important
Can I Ask a Resident About Their Health Condition?
Communicable Disease Policies: CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING QUIZ #1
Communicable Disease Policy Requirements
Physical Property Policy Requirements
Communicable Disease Policies - CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING #2
Actively Encourage Regular Handwashing
Create a Chore Chart for General House Cleaning
Remind Resident and Staff About the Risks of Sharing Personal Items
Use Universal Precautions
Provide Residents with Information About Preventative Health Care and Vaccines
Avoid Having a Joint Communicable Disease Policy with Treatment Facilities
Communicable Disease Policies - CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING QUIZ #3
Write Your Communicable Disease Prevention Policy
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