Important information for CPA clients: Novel Corona Virus Advice

Important information for CPA clients:  Novel Corona Virus Advice
Posted on Wed 5 Feb 2020

This is a courtesy communication to all clients and families of Cerebral Palsy Alliance. As many of you would be aware the Australian Government has now provided advice to all Australians regarding the management of the Novel Corona Virus.

These Health Department guidelines are as follows:

  • If you have travelled to Hubei Province within the past 14 days, you must isolate yourself until 14 days have elapsed after leaving Hubei Province.
  • If you have left, or transited through, mainland China on or after 1 February 2020 you must isolate yourself until 14 days after leaving China.
  • If you have been in close contact with a confirmed case of novel coronavirus, you must isolate yourself for 14 days after last contact with the confirmed case.

CPA has advised all our staff about these guidelines.

If any clients or families have recently travelled to mainland China, we ask that you alert your local service teams so that we can make arrangements for you to reschedule or re-arrange your services during this time. Australian Government Fact sheets are attached. Please refer to the attached link for further information  https://www.health.gov.au/resources/collections/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-resources

Resources:
Novel Coronavirus Update (ENGLISH). Download here.
Stop the spread poster (ENGLISH). Download here.
What you need to know (CHINESE AND ENGLISH). Download here.
Information for a Suspected Case of novel coronavirus (CHINESE AND ENGLISH). Download here.

Kind regards,
Rob White 

Chief Executive Officer
Cerebral Palsy Alliance

Eight year old Harry's family moved to Australia from the UK to give Harry a better life. His mum, carer and therapist talk about his progress and whether the move was a success. 

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