The Durham Region Health Department has deemed Grandview Kids as a “high-risk” environment, providing services to children and youth with medical complexities. Our team is dedicated to preventing the spread of COVID-19, and we have implemented a digital Health Screen to help reduce the risk of exposure within our centres and across the community.
Completing your Health Screen
Follow the instructions below to complete your trakr Safety Health Screen
- Click here to complete Grandview Kids’ trakr Safety Health Screen. This must be done at least two hours before your appointment.
- Select your “Screening Area” (the site you are visiting), and enter your first and last name, phone number and how many people you are completing the screening for (e.g., if you are visiting with one of your children, enter “2” here).
- After typing your information, review the Health Screen. If you answer “No” to all of the prompts* (i.e., you do not have any of the symptoms or illnesses listed), click the checkbox and press the “Submit” button. You will then be redirected to a page with a green check mark confirming your passed Health Screen (screenshot this page and show it when arriving at your site).
*If anyone in your group attending the appointment answers “Yes” to any prompt, DO NOT ENTER Grandview Kids. Please contact 905-728-1673 extension 2292 to cancel and rebook your appointment.
Masking at Grandview Kids
Grandview Kids is pleased to be a mask-friendly environment. Parents, caregivers, children and youth are no longer required to wear a mask during appointments. You are, however, welcome to wear a mask anywhere in our sites. Team Grandview will continue to wear masks and personal protective equipment during appointments and programs.
If you have questions or concerns regarding any of our COVID-19 policies and procedures, please call us at 905-728-1673 or email us at IPAC@grandviewkids.ca.