COVID 19 : UPDATE March 2021

  • COVID-19 vaccinations will become available to us soon.
    Initially, those staff who work in residential services will be offered the vaccination first as per the current roll out schedule set out by the government.
  • We do not have dates for the vaccine roll out as yet, we will advise when more details are available.
  • The NSW Ministry of Health has updated the requirements for organisations working in Disability Support Services, the restrictions have been relaxed, and we are no longer required to wear masks in our facilities!

However we will still remain vigilant

  • Maintain good hand hygiene
  • Stay home when you are unwell.
  • Optional to wear a mask
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COVID 19 : What We Are Doing

  • Continuing to monitor the information provided by the government and Department
    of Health to ensure the best response in keeping people safe and infection free
  • Implementing measures to reduce the risk of infection across all Glenray sites and
    when visiting clients’ homes
  • Increased the frequency of environmental cleaning
  • Providing information to clients and staff on infection prevention and control
  • Developing contingency plans to reduce the impact on our clients and staff.
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Protecting Our Clients

People with disabilities, especially those that are older and/or have complex conditions are more vulnerable and are at a higher risk. The health and safety of all our clients, employees and staff is paramount and our commitment to keep the risk to an absolute minimum is our highest priority.

Glenray provides a number of services in several locations and we will endeavour to try and operate these as separately and independently as possible. We are committed to ensuring the safety of our clients and we are implementing precautionary measures to minimise the risk of infection to our clients across all services.

Protect Yourself & Others

Recommendations from the Australian Department of Health
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water often – use hand sanitiser if soap and water are not available.
  • Try to avoid close contact with people who are unwell.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean.
  • Call your nearest medical practitioner (not visit) if you are feeling unwell.
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