During this period of social distancing and remote working, have any of you come up with solutions to reach some of your more vulnerable populations who do not have access to telehealth, and how have limited/no access to telephone?
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I haven't had this issue just yet, but I suspect that I will. We have been trying to brainstorm and although not the most effective, we thought of potentially typing up the info we would like to share/educate on or finding resources online that you can mail to the patient via snail mail? Like I said, still not sure how effective, but could be better than nothing? Obviously the patient has to be able to read, but just one option!
Please share if you find any other suggestions – thanks!!
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