Supporting you during the Covid-19 pandemic

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(Last Updated: 12 May 2022)

We are happy to be in our centre providing services in-person and remotely.

Your comfort matters

If you have any worries at all about using remote services or visiting our building, please speak to us.

Ongoing COVID-19 Safety Guidance at our Centre

Face masks

In line with Government Guidance face masks are recommended but you do not need to wear one.

If you feel more comfortable in a meeting with the other person wearing a mask, please tell them.

We understand that people have different points of view, but we ask that clients, staff and volunteers respect each other’s personal choices without judgment.

Disposable masks continue to be available at the centre.

If you have symptoms

Please do not attend the centre if you have symptoms of COVID-19 or you are recommended by current Government Guidance to self-isolate.

Call us to let us know you can’t make your appointment so we can organise to do it another way or rearrange it.

Reducing risk

Arrive close to your appointment time so you don’t have to wait.

If our waiting room is crowded, we may have to ask you to wait outside for safety.