Read: Prospero’s Response to COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has created barriers to accessing care, particularly for those facing complex conditions. In response, Prospero’s team has innovated quickly by combining our compassionate home-based support with enhanced telemedicine offerings. This comprehensive care model is tailored to people’s needs and meets them where they are most comfortable and better treated – in the home. We are committed to ensuring the safety of those in our care, their families, and our clinicians and will continue to remain in compliance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines. We are also closely monitoring directives from state and local health departments.

If you have questions about how we can best support you or your loved one, call our team at 1-888-608-0499, TTY 711.

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Category: Team Spotlight

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  • Snow falling in back alley of Texas community

    A Prospero Social Worker’s Story During the Texas Freeze

    Prospero Health social worker Karen Possessky is no stranger to disaster. As a critical incident responder and American Red Cross volunteer, Karen has helped communities around the country recover from floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, and fires. After the 9/11 terrorist attacks, she spent six weeks at ground zero in New York City. When a historic winter […]

  • How Edie Moran found ‘Home’ at Prospero Health

    When the COVID-19 pandemic began sweeping through the United States late last winter, Edie Moran was settling into her new job as a medical social worker with Prospero Health in Chicago. Like many of us, Edie remembers those early days of the pandemic as a time of great anxiety and fear. But amidst all of […]

  • Celebrating Black History with Prospero Teammate, Marissa Williams

    When asked to identify an individual in the Black community that impacted or inspired my life or the work I do, I am sure you were looking for me to highlight a Black civil rights leader, the “first” of something Black politician, or a prominent Black business leader.  While Black leaders should be celebrated during […]

  • Celebrating Black History with Prospero teammate, Junell Ellis

    Junell recalls her role model and best friend – her grandmother. When I think of Black History and someone who has impacted my life, I immediately think of my grandmother, Mattie. Even though we were 50 years apart in age, she was my best friend. She taught me the importance of standing up for myself […]

  • Prospero Health social worker Antoinette McMillan

    Early Lessons inspire thoughtful approach to Home-based Care

    “A small town with a big heart.”  That’s how Prospero Health social worker Antoinette McMillan describes Charleston, West Virginia, where she was born and raised.  “It was the type of town where everybody knew everybody. One of the friendliest places I’ve ever been. When you grow up in a community like that, you expect that’s […]

  • Lisa Vitucci

    How Storytelling Inspired a Career in Social Work

    Most people search for a calling, a reason to get out of bed in the morning and seize the day. But even the most dedicated seekers can go a lifetime without finding that one thing they were born to do. Sometimes, though, if you’re lucky, inspiration can strike in an unlikely place. Just ask Lisa […]