Yes We Can Youth Clinics is constantly working hard to prevent the spread of the Corona virus as much as possible. We can imagine that you have questions about how our clinic is dealing with the virus and what measures we are taking in this regard. That is why we have included the most important questions and answers on this page. If your question is not listed below, please do not hesitate to contact us via the online contact form or call us on +31 (0) 85 02 01 222. Seeing that the situation concerning the Corona virus is changing from day to day, we will constantly update this page with new information, where necessary.
Yes, the Dutch government has urged all health care, including mental health care, to continue providing care. We are grateful for and proud of our hardworking staff who enable us to accept new admissions. However, because the majority of countries imposed travel bans, medical attests may be required to validate travel abroad. Please call us at +31 (0)85 02 01 222 so together we can check travel regulations with your local government.
No, this is not the case at present. Furthermore, we have taken preventive measures to avoid this as much as possible.
We realise that the travel bans that are put in place are strict, however, necessary travel is usually allowed for people who need to travel for health reasons. In case a travel ban prevents you from picking up your son or daughter at the end of treatment, we will work closely with you to find a suitable solution.
No. However, we have taken many preventive measures to avoid an outbreak of the Corona virus.
No, the fellows in the clinic have not been tested. If someone in the clinic shows symptoms of the virus, our medical staff will contact the GP.
During the telephone medical intake, which takes place one and a half weeks before arrival, and again 1-3 days prior to the start of the treatment, new fellows are screened for any symptoms that could indicate the Corona virus. If these symptons are present, our medical staff will advise the fellow to immediately contact their GP.
Our nursing staff will consult with the person concerned and make a risk analysis based on the guidelines of the RIVM, the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment
When one of the teenagers/young adults in the clinic turns out to be infected with the coronavirus, the GP will be consulted. Parents are informed immediately. A fellow with symptoms has as little contact as possible with the rest of the group.
Yes, treatment will continue as planned. However, we are even more attentive and alert to the health of the fellows and staff than usual, and we have taken preventive measures.
Yes, there is a medical team available 24/7 at Yes We Can Youth Clinics.
The medical staff will carry out a risk analysis and, if necessary, will contact the GGD, the Dutch Municipal Health Services.
The medical staff will carry out a risk analysis and, if necessary, will contact the GP.
Yes, we have informed all of our fellows.
The final end of treatment consultations will take place. However, depending on the travel restrictions, we may need to offer an alternative on the scheduled day.