Dealing with Face Touchers
For the most part my routine during the pandemic is the same as during my hibernation mode. However I am trying to be more diligent about my caregivers personal hygiene. As soon as they enter my house they wash their hands. One of my long-term pca’s is a chronic face toucher. Not 5 minutes after she washes her hands she’s rubbing her eyes or brushing across her nose. I’ve politely told her not to. When I did make her wash her hands again because she touched her face, she responded there’s nothing on her face. Obviously she doesn’t get it. Now that things are opening up that increases their exposure. How would you guys handle this situation? Do I keep being strict? Am I exposed regardless if she touches her face or not? It’s something that’s bothered me before, but especially now.