Dear Residents and Families/Representatives,
Currently there is an increase in COVID-19 cases across Sydney which creates a higher risk to our residents and workforce. Due to this increased risk there are measures in place, as a precaution, to provide COVID safe connections between residents and their family or friends.
Requirements when visiting a resident
Visitors must not enter an aged care facility at all if they:
If you would like to visit a resident for compassionate reasons, please feel free to reach out to the Management team of the home where your loved one resides so we can ensure a compassionate and dignified journey no matter what your vaccination status is. We are happy to speak with you about the choices available.
RESIDENT SOCIAL OUTINGS
If you have any queries or needs for an outings please reach out to our home so they can conduct an initial risk assess in consultation with the resident and/or their representative. Subsequently you will be asked to complete an outing form and a declaration form.
Residents may leave the facility and attend family gatherings or for other reasons but must abide by the current Public Health (COVID-19 General) Order (No 2) 2021.
Residents should not leave the facility if they have COVID-19 symptoms until they have had a RAT or PCR test and have received a negative result. Please be reminded that a resident should get a booster dose as soon as they are eligible for one.
Do you have questions?
If you have any queries or concerns, please reach out to your facility General Manager or Administrators who will be happy to speak with you.
Thank you for your support and cooperation while we care for your loved ones.
Chief Executive Officer
New rules for visits to our nursing home (Greek)
New rules for visits to our nursing home. (Greek) Οι νέοι κανόνες για επισκέψεις στα γηροκομεία μας. (Ελληνικά)
Visitor Access to Aged Care Facilities after 15 June 2020
While we are relaxing some measures for visitor access and social isolation, we will balance the benefits of social contact against the increased risk of COVID-19 to the elderly.