Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center
We understand how difficult the ups and downs of your child’s diagnoses can be and our team is always available and working nonstop to provide the best possible solutions, offer comfort and support for families and be there to lend a hand whenever needed. Family members play an integral role at Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center. As our partners in care, we encourage families to be active participants in their child’s medical journey and visit as often as possible.
Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center’s visitation guidelines have been developed to help protect our residents, their families and our staff members from coronavirus.
We strongly encourage all visitors to receive a rapid COVID test upon arrival at the facility. Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center will provide the rapid tests.
Visitation inside is open to all loved ones ages 13 and older. Visitation outside can include children ages 12 and younger. You will be given a hospital-grade mask when you arrive, which you are required to wear at all times during your visit; masks must cover both your nose and mouth. Your temperature will be taken at our temperature kiosk and you will be asked to complete our electronic Employee and Visitor Health Screening Questionnaire. Please note that if you have symptoms of COVID-19, or do not pass the screening questions, you will not be able to visit.
In the event of a confirmed positive COVID-19 test in a resident or staff member, visitation will be suspended for 14 days, except in cases of personal caregiving visits, compassionate caregiving, end-of-life visits or other special circumstances. Please see below for complete visitor guidance and expectations:
For updated information about our COVID-19 response, please click here.
Elizabeth Seton Children’s School
Elizabeth Seton Children’s School deeply respects and honors the parent-child relationship; in fact, we believe that this is the very heart of a child’s early school experience. We recognize that families are their children’s first teachers, which is why actively engaging families from their initial visit to graduation day drives our daily practices.
Families, as equal partners, contribute to their child’s goal-setting, participate in school-wide and classroom activities and attend regular conferences and Open Center Night. We engage our families with child-specific communication notebooks, newsletters, emails, mailings, frequent phone contact and many opportunities to visit. Administrators, teachers, therapists and social workers are also available for meetings, as requested. This frequent communication promotes a powerful, two-way learning community that celebrates and enhances the home/school connection.
Elizabeth Seton Children’s Rehabilitation Center
At Elizabeth Seton Children’s Rehabilitation Center, parent engagement is critical to integrating care with their child’s life at home, school and in the larger community.
We want our parents to feel empowered to care for their children at home where they grow and mature in the family environment knowing that the Rehabilitation Center will be a consistent source of support and assistance in the many years ahead.
At the Rehabilitation Center, we do not see a child with a limitation; we see a child with possibilities. Supportive services for families include: assistance with transportation needs and referrals to our educational programs, as well as other community-based services.
Do you have any questions?
Please contact us at 1 (833) 63-SETON