Seagull Services COVID-19 Protocol System recognized as model

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Over the past year, Seagull Services has worked to provide as many different programs as feasible while keeping our participants and employees healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Seagull’s protocol system developed late last year in the wake of rising case numbers has been recognized as a model system by the state Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD). Seagull CEO Dan Stanislawczyk has been asked to present the model to other area nonprofit leaders.
“I developed the protocol system as we saw rising numbers of COVID cases last fall. This was done in coordination with the Palm Beach County Health Department, School District, physicians and state agencies. It lets each member of our team know their roles and responsibilities for each protocol,” Stanislawzcyk said. “We’re very proud that our system has been recognized as a model that other agencies could use as well.” 
The five-level protocols outline precise steps for notification, sanitizing, and program adjustments depending upon possible exposure, or confirmed exposure with COVID-19 among participants or staff members. 
“Our system, combined with advanced tracing procedures, the use of the Healthy Together app, agreements with testing centers, and proactive actions by my senior staff has greatly reduced cross-transmission and risks on our campuses,” Stanislawczyk said.
  

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