Due to the current state of emergency surrounding the Coronavirus and the medically fragile state of our residents, PRDC has suspended all resident outings, visitation in the homes, and school attendance. We will re-evaluate the situation when Gov. Roy Cooper moves North Carolina to "Phase 3". Thank you for your patience during this scary time. Our number one priority is the safety of our residents and staff. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the office at 704-788-2304.
Current options for visiting your resident:
Phone Call (you can call your group home at any time and speak with your resident)
Face-Time/ Zoom Call (Please contact your GHD to set up a time for this meeting)
Visit through closed window (Please contact your GHD to set up a time to see your resident through the facility window and talk via phone)
Gov. Cooper has extended Phase 2 restrictions, meaning PRDC remains under a no visitation order. Guidelines have been sent to group homes outlining possible plan for some type of resident visitation in upcoming weeks. PRDC is reviewing guidelines and will be in contact with guardians in the next 7 days.
Gov. Cooper moves to "safer at home" order for non-vulnerable population. PRDC, as a group home setting, still under stay at home order with no visitation.
Gov. Cooper issues a stay at home order for entire state. PRDC under strict no visitation policy.
After evaluating the current risk to our medically fragile residents, PRDC has suspended all outings, school attendance, and visitation. Strict hygiene and cleaning policies put into place.