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The care and nursing services At Home Care provides is essential and proceeds as normal, regardless of COVID-19 in the community. We have a large team of over 500 carers and nurses and aim to continue to provide our families with consistency of care, even if some of your regular carers are unavailable.

At Home Care monitors COVID-19 and has strict measures to keep our families, team, and community safe. Our dedicated COVID-19 response team works closely with our teams to ensure we are prepared to respond quickly with the protocols, personal protective equipment, and resources needed to continue service provision.


At Home Care continues to care for our families at home if they get sick with a cold, a flu, or even with COVID-19 (if hospitalisation is not required).

What we are doing

As a healthcare provider we are taking precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and following the recommendations and health advice from the WA Government.

Click here to read our COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions which answers questions about your care at this time and how At Home Care is navigating the pandemic.

What you can do

The Government of Western Australia has advised people must do the following to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in Australia:

  • If possible, get vaccinated for COVID-19
  • Adhere to any guidelines on hygiene and social distancing
  • Get tested if you are a close contact or are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19

If you are unwell, even if you have tested negative to COVID-19, stay home and away from others if possible and wear a mask when out in the community.

Where to find information

The Western Australian Government’s Department of Health website provides the most up-to-date information about COVID-19.

Some useful quick links are provided below:

If you would prefer to talk to someone, the WA COVID-19 Information Helpline is available on 13 268 43.

Partners and Affiliations

At Home Care is proud to be affiliated with the following organisations:

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