New visitor restrictions
In response to recent community transmission of COVID 19, Queensland Health has placed increased restrictions on visitors to aged care and disability accommodation services in 11 local government areas in Southeast Queensland – effective from 1am Tuesday 29 June.
This means nine of our aged care and disability accommodation services are closed to non-essential visitors. Aged care residents are unable to leave unless they are receiving health care, attending a funeral or for an emergency or compassionate reason.
At this stage we are unsure of when the restrictions on visiting will be lifted, but we will keep you informed.
Visitors are now restricted at:
- Zion, Nundah
- Trinder Park, Woodridge
- St Paul’s, Caboolture
- Immanuel Gardens, Buderim
- St Andrews, Tallebudgera
- Tabeel, Laidley
- Karawatha Community, Woodridge
- Disability accommodation at Graceville, Nambour and Trinity, Gold Coast
If there are compassionate reasons for you to visit your loved one, please call the service manager to discuss how that may be achieved.
We understand this is difficult for everyone and we thank you in advance for your cooperation.
As always, we will be encouraging and supporting family and friends during this time to keep in touch via phone or video calling. We have a complimentary WiFi service and encourage you – if you have not already – to provide your loved one with a communication device such as a mobile phone or tablet.
Please be assured that we will be continuing our lifestyle and creative activities. You are welcome to call or drop off letters or gifts at any time.
You can read more about the changes here.