Checking in with an update as well as some information & resources I wanted to share with everyone.
First off, the biggest news. As of yesterday, the the governor put out a new order changing the date for school to resume from April 6 to "for the duration of the public health emergency." Meaning? I am now closed indefinitely. My guess is that I will be down for a minimum of 8 weeks, however some reports are saying it could stretch well into the summer.

I'm hopeful that as time goes on and our understanding of transmission grows, that there may be a possibility that I re-open before schools do simply based on the small number of clients I see per day vs the large number of people congregating in schools. For the time being, however, that is not an option. I will stay in touch and update everyone as the situation changes, but for now I will be canceling all appointments booked through the first week of May & will continually reassess and update as new information becomes available. 
For the first day of spring, this weather is pretty disappointing. I know I can't be the only person who has been counting the days til spring arrive, looking forward to getting outside after the long, dreary winter we have had. Guess we will have to wait a few more days.Until then, if you're ready for a break from social media or you've already gotten caught up on all your shows after a Netflix marathon & don't know what to do next, this website has compiled a great list of free resources. Free classes you can take, books you can read, museums & parks that do virtual tours, concerts, mental health resources and more. Worth bookmarking & coming back to later, if nothing else.
Also important to note, as of right now, there seems to be no plan to delay our primary voting on April 7th. Most people are aware of absentee voting by mail being an option if you do not want to venture out into the crowds. I just read about another option for voting without the crowd and wanted to share that here as well.

I don’t want to vote by mail, but I also don’t want to go out on Election Day in case there are big crowds. Are there other ways to vote?

Yes. You can cast an in-person absentee ballot at your local clerk’s office. Each city, village and town in Wisconsin is responsible for setting the dates and hours of in-person absentee voting for their municipality. To find the dates and hours for in-person absentee voting where you live, check your municipal clerk’s website or call their office. 

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