Aug 20, 2020

Get it on and keep it on: tips for helping others wear their mask

Much like when listening to the safety directions on an airplane (if you can remember what it was like to fly!), it’s important to remember to make sure your mask is secure before helping those around you. 

But what happens when those who you are trying to help secure their mask are refusing or fidgety? Whether it’s your child, a resident or someone who needs a little help getting it on right, we’ve got some helpful tips for assisting people with wearing their face masks. 

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