Here at Irabina, we are monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and the advice from the Australian government very closely. The health of our clients and staff is of paramount importance to us, but so too is continuing to deliver our services.
Please visit this page regularly to keep up to date on our latest status. We will also be sharing regular updates via email and on our social pages, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you haven’t already, like our pages and subscribe to our email list to ensure you stay up-to-date.
13th May 2020: All services will return to our Irabina sites from Tuesday 26 May. You will notice a few important changes in place to ensure we remain consistent with health advice. This includes:
Telehealth will continue to be provided where needed.
While everyone is being affected by the pandemic, Irabina has shifted all of its services online to our Telehealth platform.
Sessions (including both individual and groups) will continue as scheduled, however instead of coming to our Irabina sites, you will connect from home using your laptop, tablet or phone. You will be able to hear, see and speak with your therapist as usual.
Using our Telehealth platform enables us to continue providing you with the services you need, while protecting our families and staff from the risk of infection.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the NDIS has introduced some changes to ensure supports can continue to be delivered to participants during this time, including:
Hopefully these changes will provide our families with some much needed relief during these difficult times.
For more information, please refer to the following resources:
COVID-19, also referred to as Coronavirus, is a virus which can cause respiratory infections. First reported in December 2019 in Wuhan City in China, it has since spread around the world and been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation. To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, many organisations are closing and people are being recommended to remain home and isolate themselves.