COVID-19 information

How to Visit Us

The State Government’s State of Emergency arrangements for aged care in Western Australia ceased on Friday 4 November 2022. 

To keep people safe, Catholic Homes is empowered to continue to implement appropriate management measures for high-risk settings, which includes aged care.

Please scroll down for more information about safely visiting our residences.

Visiting residential aged care

We appreciate your cooperation with the following arrangements that come into effect from Monday, 28 November 2022:

  • Visitors and staff must complete a negative RAT test before entry into our aged care residences. We can provide RAT tests to visitors either in advance or on arrival at site; tests can be collected from Administration.
  • Visitors and staff must continue to check in and out using our Zipline system, which includes completing the Zipline temperature check, recording your RAT test result and health declaration.
  • Mask wearing remains in place at all our aged care residences; please continue to always wear a mask during your visit.

Catholic Homes will continue to review the above measures, including the need to wear masks, prior to Christmas, and we will keep you informed of any changes.

We kindly remind everyone that if you have COVID-19 symptoms, or feel unwell, please do not visit our residences, and recover well at home before attending.

This new phase is a significant milestone for everyone, and we thank all family members and loved ones for their patience and cooperation in keeping our residents, staff, and each other safe.

If you have any queries or concerns regarding these matters, please contact the Facility Manager at the residence for assistance.