To all who visit Manoah House, I encourage you to sign in to the electronic tablet rather than the paper copy.
To enter Manoah Please utilise the Front Door of the Facility and call the bell, we are working on ways to improve visiting inflow.
WA’s State of Emergency has come to an end, which means the public health directions to manage COVID no longer apply. However, the Government has advised that organisations such as aged care providers should introduce their own policies and work, health and safety practices to manage the risk of exposure.
As such Manoah requires visitors to wear a mask at all times. And will require a RAT test prior to entry (unless you have had a COVID-19 infection in the previous 4 weeks).
Whilst the mandates have been removed, there is still a high risk of COVID-19 outbreaks, and Many Aged Care Facilities in and around Perth are Experiencing further outbreaks.
Regarding entering Manoah unvaccinated, if you are unvaccinated to either the flu or COVID-19, you can visit; however, we are expected by the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission to do all we can to keep our residents safe. This means if you are planning on visiting and you are unvaccinated, we need to know and conduct a risk assessment prior to entry.
If you are vaccinated, we would request that you either provide a paper copy or an electronic record of your vaccinations sent to the below email; we still have to keep records and report on these.
You can send a copy to [email protected]
If you have a cold or cough symptoms, get tested, follow directions, and refrain from Visiting Manoah whilst unwell. Please refrain from visiting Manoah for 48 hours after symptoms have ceased, or if you are positive for COVID-19, please refrain from visiting for 7 days as you remain infectious during this time. If you are a close contact, we ask that you stay away for 5 days from the date of contact with the infectious person.
If you are planning on taking residents out of the facility please let us know in advance, if possible.
We recommend that whilst our residents are out and about, they wear a mask if it can be tolerated due to the risk of infections in the community.
Thank you, and God Bless
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER