Covid-19 Information

As the pandemic continues please see below for helpful links with information to help keep ABA staff, clients and families safe.  This page was last updated January 14, 2022.

Current CDC Recommendations (Quick Links):  

Oregon OSHA Requirements:   
COVID-19 Testing and Booster Information:  
Masking Information:  

Cross State Licensure—ask Carla for help
503-462-5888, [email protected]

Multiple Resources for Oregon Residents

OR Governor’s Office Press Releases

90-day delay for Federal Tax Payments

Families First Act 

Free Webinar (CalABA hosted)
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This bill responds to the coronavirus outbreak by providing paid sick leave and free coronavirus testing, expanding food assistance and unemployment benefits, and requiring employers to provide additional protections for health care workers. 

Most relevant to providers…. the bill requires the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to issue an emergency temporary standard that requires certain employers to develop and implement a comprehensive infectious disease exposure control plan to protect health care workers. The bill also includes provisions that:

  • establish a federal emergency paid leave benefits program to provide payments to employees taking unpaid leave due to the coronavirus outbreak,
  • expand unemployment benefits and provide grants to states for processing and paying claims,
  • require employers to provide paid sick leave to employees,
  • establish requirements for providing coronavirus diagnostic testing at no cost to consumers,
  • treat personal respiratory protective devices as covered countermeasures that are eligible for certain liability protections, and
  • temporarily increase the Medicaid federal medical assistance percentage (FMAP).