COVID-19 Resource and Support Center

Page last updated: 6/25/2020

COVID-19 Resource and Support Center

At HPP, we have talked about how to say thank you. Words feel inadequate to pay tribute to those on the frontlines, but we would like to express our gratitude, encourage you to keep up your resolve and offer you support with some of the resources that HPP is proud to be able to make available during this challenging time.

Senior woman with facial mask, Covid 19.To our customers, colleagues, and friends,

We at HPP are in awe of the courage, dedication, expertise, and compassion of all of you in caring roles. You are prioritizing others’ needs and working tirelessly to protect those in your care and limit the spread of the novel corononavirus—above and beyond the everyday care you provide in your chosen line of work. We salute and thank you.

While you are giving your all to protect and save others, we offer our support with these complimentary resources to read, print, and share. We hope they provide valuable advice and inspiration in this unprecedented period of life-threatening care. It’s important to find time to pause and refresh, to lean on others, to mourn for those lost, and to find the resilience to push on to find the moments of recovery that are why you became a caregiver.

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Dementia and COVID-19: How to Help People Living with Cognitive Changes from The Green House Project
In this webinar, Dr. Al Power and other experts in dementia care discuss how they have been able to ensure person-directed, relationship-rich care for people living with dementia in a time of social isolation. You can access the session notes here.

  • Education and Support Posters and Handouts
    Recommendations and information from the World Health Organization. Print and hang in your community, or pass out to staff.
  • Person-Centered Guidelines for Preserving Family Presence in Challenging Times
    Developed by an international “pop-up coalition,” these guidelines are a compassionate approach to family presence that balances the benefits of family’s physical presence with a loved one and the need to minimize the risks of transmission of COVID-19. The recommendations are now widely available to provide guidance to healthcare leaders and local and regional authorities on what constitutes responsible, compassionate family presence during, and in the aftermath of, a pandemic.