Victoria’s Premier Hon. Daniel Andrews, based on the advice of the Chief Health Officer, from 11:59pm Sunday 27th September, Melbourne will enter the Second Step towards reopening.
Important CEO Update, 28 September
28 September 2020
Dear OC Connection’s Participants, Families, Friends, and Supporters,
It’s terrific news that the Victorian new case numbers are reducing and that things are certainly looking better for the future. I know we are all very keen to see the end of lockdown and with the announcement yesterday it appears to be is getting closer.
Yesterday’s easing of restrictions brought very little change for OCC’s day to day operations, although we know that we can expect more announcements on 19th October if the numbers continue to decline.
But even with these promising signs, I would like to reassure all families and friends that all staff remain constantly hyperaware and vigilant about safe COVID practices especially social distancing and infection control.
Even with the numbers looking better and restrictions easing as they are now, we know that it is even more important to maintain the highest standards to keep participants, families, and staff safe.
Once again I wish to thank everyone for their ongoing cooperation and support.
CEO OC Connections
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OC Connections supporting you and your families at this time.
The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIS) and NDIS Quality and Safeguard Commission (NDIS Commission) have jointly released an open letter to all Victorian participants, their families and carers to remind them of the support available through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and the NDIS Commission to remind them of the support available through the NDIS and NDIS Commission during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Read the letter in full here.