San Clemente Village Will Begin Offering
Essential Services Starting Monday, June 22nd
San Clemente Village is excited to begin offering essential services to our full-service Members starting June 22nd. These essential* services will include transportation to medical appointments; pet assistance; home services; grocery and supply delivery; errands; and Village Health Companion for in-home telemedicine appointments.
Our goal is to meet essential needs while keeping our Members and Volunteers safe. Please review and follow the attached guidelines provided by the CDC for personal safety. These documents cover “What You Can Do To Protect Yourself” and provide guidelines for transportation –”Rideshare/Taxi/Limo and other Passenger Drivers” and “If You Have Pets”. Should you be experiencing any of the listed symptoms, then please cancel your service request or do not volunteer your services. We understand these are lengthy CDC documents but you must read and follow these attached guidelines if you are to receive or provide services.
SCV is in the process of identifying a set of Volunteers who are willing to provide these services to Members. Volunteers, you will be contacted by your Volunteer Coordinator to find out if you are available to provide these services at this critical time. We are asking all Members requesting services to call the office at least one week prior to your appointment since we will have a limited number of Volunteers available.
ALL Volunteers and Members providing or receiving essential services will be required to sign a Liability Waiver prior to the appointment. All Villages are requiring this step so that everyone is aware of the risks to provide these services. We believe everyone is aware of the risks and they are making personal choices to either provide or receive essential services. We believe everyone will follow the published guidelines by physical distancing, wearing a mask, washing their hands, not touching their face, using a hand sanitizer, disinfecting door handles and surfaces, and checking to make sure they are NOT experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. If we all practice the defined safety guidelines—then our risk to provide greatly needed essential services will be reduced.
Thank You, Jan Montague and the SCV Board of Directors
* SCV has the right to determine whether a service request is deemed ESSENTIAL or Not.