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Dear ACTS Families,
As we continue to navigate the current Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, we want to assure you that our clinical team is taking every precaution to safeguard your child's health and wellbeing. 
At this time, the immediate health risk to the average American is considered low.  The patient population at the highest risk for infection are those over the age of 60 with heart and lung conditions (including COPD or heart failure).  For those people in this group, we strongly encourage you to focus on prevention but still prepare for potential disruption.

Currently ACTS ABA does not have a waiting list for new clients, and appointments can be made for further information on enrollment. Of the utmost importance, however, is managing risk.  Therefore, please be aware of the following guidelines we are implementing immediately for all center visits.  These guidelines are imperative to the safety of both our clinical professionals and clients.


  1. You have flu-like symptoms (cough, fever, body aches, etc) AND recent international travel or cruise (within the past 30 days)

  2. You have travelled (or have been in contact with someone who has travelled) to the following high risk countries/states/areas:  China, South Korea, Japan, Italy, Iran, Egypt, New York, Washington or any cruise ship (within the past 30 days)

 We recommend the following for prevention:

  1.  Wash your hands with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds.  An alcohol based hand sanitizer is a good alternative when washing isn’t possible.

  2. Wipe down surfaces and countertops in common areas of your home with disinfecting wipes or sprays.

  3. Refrain from going places where you could be in close proximity to people who may be sick. Avoid being within 6 feet of people who appear to have respiratory symptoms (like frequent coughing).  Also try to avoid areas that attract large crowds like malls, movies and concerts.

We recommend the following to prepare for possible disruption:

  1. Be sure that you have at least a 30 day supply of all necessary medications.  

  2. Be prepared to stay at home for up to 14 days (quarantine period) by having an adequate supply of food, water and other necessities in your home.

  3. Stay hydrated, well rested and focus on good nutrition to help boost your immune system.

These recommendations are specifically for our patients at the highest risk of medical complications from a Coronavirus infection.
For more information, you can visit for the most current information regarding the Coronavirus outbreak and guidance.
We are committed to supporting our clients and their families.   

If you have any questions, please contact our clinic at:  281-752-0403.
Be Safe!  

Management and Clinical Team 


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