1979: The Association for Christian Senior Citizens Homes WA is incorporated in Perth
1981-2001: Staged construction of the 30 independent living units and Manoah House office block
1995: Government approval received to start the operation of an Aged Care Facility with 8 beds
2002: Approval received for a further 6 aged care beds
2004: Construction of the Village Community Hall
2007: Approval received for a further 2 aged care beds
2011: Approval received for a further 3 aged care beds
2020: Completion of new 16 aged care bed wing, total bed capacity: 33 (after extension of dining lounge space)
To all who visit Manoah House, I encourage you to sign in to the electronic tablet rather than the paper copy, these are back up and running.
Also, a reminder that to visit someone in Manoah, you are required 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).
All visitors to Manoah House will need to show evidence of at least 2 covid Vaccination (as approved by the TGA, Currently Astra Zeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, and Novavax). As Well as a current (2022) Influenza Vaccination.
Whilst we can view it on the Apps (Service WA or Medicare express), we would prefer to see a soft copy sent to us or a hard copy we can copy it, just as we have done with the Flu Vaccination certificates for the past 2 years.
We have increased burdens placed upon us as we answer to both State and Federal Departments.
You can send a copy to [email protected]
If you have cold or cough symptoms, get tested, follow directions, and refrain from Visiting Manoah whilst unwell. There is currently in Perth also community transmission of Gastroenteritis (Gastro, Diarrhoea and vomiting ). Please refrain from visiting Manoah for 48 hours after symptoms have ceased as you remain infectious during this time.
Suppose you or any visitors are currently unvaccinated against Covid -19. In that case, we are unable to let you into the premises or gardens of Manoah House (there are fines in place) and WA Police and Worksafe are visiting workplaces to ensure compliance. If you contact myself ([email protected]) we can organise a way for you to visit your loved one, in a Covid-19 safe way.
If you are planning on taking residents out please let us know in advance.
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