Keeping the safety of our participants in mind, we have outlined strict conditions where our Disability Care workers must keep in mind before coming in to work. In case, they show any of the minor or major symptoms of Covid-19, they are discouraged from coming in to work. They will be required to get themselves tested and to quarantine at home.
To help slow the spread of COVID-19, practising good hygiene and physical distancing is the need of the hour. For participants living under restrictions, we have added PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) measures to keep you safe.
We have the option of moving our face-to-face planning to telephonic meetings whenever it is possible. Additionally, NDIS has increased flexibility within your budgets to purchase disability-supports.
Collaborating 4 Inclusion have worked with the Australian Government Department of Health to develop a planning guide which helps people with disability to get the facts about coronavirus (COVID-19) and make a Coronavirus plan that is tailored to their specific needs.