COVID-19 may have changed how we do things but it hasn’t changed the quality service and care offered at Currajong Disability Services (CDS).
“With disruptions to everyday life show- ing no signs of abating anytime soon, Currajong will continue to offer top quality care for all of our participants and ensuring all precautions and duty of care are taken to protect the rights, health and safety of our participants, staff and families,” said Dane Millerd of CDS.
He said steps had already been taken to adhere to government requests including a greater emphasis on hygiene, social distancing via smaller groups and minimising activities, education of staff to fast track their COVID-19 knowledge base as well as having staff available to answer any questions about Currajong and its new processes.
“Vigilance and strict application of the recommended precautions are our only weapons against this virus and while it appears we are in an area that is currently virus free, we cannot afford to slacken off if we hope to come through this period of upheaval with minimal disruption,” said Currajong Disability Services CEO Jeff Evans.
“My priorities continue to remain the health and well-being of our participants, our employees and our families.
“I want to express my thanks and appreciation to the way that staff have responded to the significant disruption to our normal routine. I would also like to commend everyone on how they have embraced the more rigorous hygiene, cleaning requirements and social distancing particularly in light of the high risk and vulnerable individuals we support in the community,” said Jeff.
“At the moment, I believe we are well placed if we remain vigilant and continue implementing the recommendations as we currently are,” said Jeff.
“Again, thank you for your efforts and commitment.”