The health of the New Star community is our top priority
This website is intended to provide the New Star family – consumers, their families, staff, donors and volunteers – with the latest information concerning COVID-19 and New Star health policies.
NEW STAR HEALTH POLICIES
Below are up-to-date New Star policies and procedures.
New Star COVID policies will be implemented based on the CDC guidelines. We are constantly monitoring the situation and will make every effort to provide information and implement policies to ensure our community’s continued health and safety. Updated policies will then be added to this page. Advance notice may not always be possible.
New Star reserves the right to manage New Star health issues that may or may not be addressed in these manuals. While every effort has been made to address the many related issues, it is recognized that it may not be all-inclusive and does not constitute a legal document or contract.
NS COVID policy – Updated August 24, 2022
NS Covid-19 Mask Policy -Updated August 24,2022
COVID-19 County Check – Find community levels and prevention steps by county. Data updated weekly
HOW WILL YOU RECEIVE INFORMATION FROM NEW STAR:
If you are a member of the New Star family, your service coordinator will be in close contact with you. We will update the New Star website frequently with any future developments. We will also be sending out emails and posting on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Situations surrounding the COVID–19 outbreak change at a moment’s notice. We are committed to staying up-to-date, responding to recommendations from the CDC and the Illinois Department of Health, the Indiana State Department of Health, and keeping you informed.
Below are links to government and health agencies that can provide you with updated information on the coronavirus.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
How to Protect Yourself and Others
Administration for Community Living, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
What do Older Adults and People with Disabilities Need to Know
World Health Organization
Q&A on coronaviruses (COVID-19)
National Institue of Health
Social Security Administration
Social Security and the Coronavirus
Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS)
Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH)
Indiana State Department of Health
Division of Disability and Rehabilitation Services – Indiana