News 13 May, 2020

Yes, we are still open!

During the COVID-19 outbreak, we have changed the way we deliver our services to safeguard the health and wellbeing of clients and staff.

Here’s how we are continuing to support our community.

⭐Video consultation coming soon!⭐

✅ Child Development (incl. NDIS) – Phone consultation
✅ Counselling  – Phone consultation
✅Dementia & Chronic Disease Nursing – Phone consultation & High-priority home visits
✅ Dental – Emergency only – onsite appointments
✅ Dietetics (incl. NDIS) – Phone consultation
✅ Disability Services (NDIS) – Online programs; 1:1 Support at Home; Support Coordination
✅ Drug & Alcohol Support – Phone consultation
✅ Group exercise activities – Phone contact
✅ Occupational Therapy (incl. NDIS) – Phone consultation & High-priority home visits
✅ Physiotherapy (incl.NDIS) – Phone consultation & Onsite appointments – high-risk clients
✅ Podiatry (incl. NDIS) – Onsite appointments – high-risk clients
✅ Social Support Groups (Aged Care) – Phone contact

⭐All onsite consultations are by appointment only⭐

Strict infection control, cleaning and social distancing measures are in place at all CBCHS sites, including temperature checks for clients and staff.

General Coronavirus Information 

The link below provides an overview of the latest Victorian Government information and advice about Coronavirus – symptoms, travel and what to do to reduce the risk of infection.


Other important tips, guidelines and fact sheets can be found by clicking the links below:

If you are concerned that you are at risk of carrying Coronavirus, please contact the Department of Health and Human Services Novel Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398 before attending a hospital emergency department or appointment.

For translated information on Coronavirus please click here.

To reduce the risk of contracting or spreading any virus, there are simple protective measures we can all take including:

  • Wash your hands regularly with soap and water for 20 seconds
  • Cover your mouth and nose with your elbow when coughing and sneezing
  • Don’t touch your face.