Memo from LTCOP: Please complete brief vaccination survey

In early October, the Maine Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program (LTCOP), in partnership with Ethos, Maine CDC, DHHS Office of Aging and Disability Services and Licensing and Certification launched the Power of Care campaign.
The objective of the campaign is to increase vaccination rates for both COVID-19 and influenza among direct care staff employed in long-term care facilities and home care.

LTCOP wants to assist in your efforts to promote vaccination among your staff. The Power of Care campaign will utilize social media and peer to peer support to reach direct care staff across long-term services and supports settings providing information about the importance of vaccination.
We are asking providers to please take a moment to tell us about vaccination rates for your staff who provide direct care. Your survey responses will provide a baseline that will allow us to determine the effectiveness of this campaign.

We ask that you complete this quick, two minute survey:
Please complete by Friday 11/04/2022
If you have any questions please contact Trinity Baker, Project Manager, with The Maine Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program. 207-621-1079,       

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