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My COVID Safe Practices

Regardless of COVID-19 I intend to always safely work with clients. I have made additional changes to how I work during this time. This plan is likely to change as the situation is dynamic and I will respond to this when required.

Last changes were made on the 23rd November 2021 these are reflected below. Significant changes will be made on the 25th January 2022 for working in the new year and depend on the current COVID health recommendations and community transmission. Please regularly check-in to see if this plan has changed. You are advised to familiarise yourself with these changes.

how I am working

  • Touch and bodywork are now being offered again.
  • Self-touch by you is still ok.
  • I would encourage all clients to see my via Zoom when  personal conditions change.
  • Only one person will be allowed in the space at any time with me.
  • I encourage and where possible a 1.5-metre separation when not engaging in embodiment work and coaching practices.
  • All sessions will be less than 1 hour and 30 minutes.
  • Essensore 80% ethanol hand-based solution is available to you. 
  • I will continue to implement standard precautions in my professional practice. These are basic infection prevention and control practices as set out in my professional standards.
  • Any educational equipment will be disinfected using Alcohol solution and or Clinell Wipes (Benzalkonium Chloride) solution which has always been the situation. 
  • The space is cleaned thoroughly between client visits. All touch surfaces including the door handle’s, toilet and equipment are sanitised with Clinell Wipes.
  • I regularly practice hand hygiene; handwashing with soap and use alcohol chlorhexidine solutions to keep my hands clean.
  • I am a fully vaccinated practitioner (AstraZeneca and FluVax) and have received the (Pfizer) booster vaccine.
  • Single-use water bottles are available to you (Antipodes Still Water).

Checking in and your privacy

You will now be asked to “check-in” with the SAGov QR Code. 

Your privacy still matters, everything else is protected under the Privacy Act 1988. Any other information you disclose to me will not be released and cannot be released. You can find more information at the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner here.      

If your information needs to be disclosed for contact tracing, I will make you aware of this and SA Health will contact you. 

vaccination status

If you choose to you can share your COVID-19 vaccination status with me.

Some of my clientele are diagnosed with vulnerable health conditions. I have a duty of care to these clients. That includes the risks of COVID-19. I ask that you consider this when making choices to work with me.

It’s essential to protect my own personal health vulnerabilities when working from a small space in my home. I am fully immunised and have received a vaccine booster.

As of the 23rd November 2021, I will only work in person at my practice with those clients who have received their first COVID-19 vaccine or are fully vaccinated. I have not made this decision lightly. At the core of making this decision is my own personal health, mitigate risks to all clients. Then protecting my business and professional practice.

For those who are not vaccinated, or wish not to share their vaccination status I respect your personal choice and privacy decisions. I am still able to offer a professional service to you. We will be able to connect using Zoom instead temporarily.

I am reviewing this constantly and hope to relax the Zoom measures below at some stage in the near future depending on community transmission, and the state vaccination rate of 90%.

face masks

Currently face masks are strongly recommended whilst in indoor workplaces and adult learning environments which my practice is. However this could change depending on advice by SA Health. Face masks provide clients with an additional layer of protection. It is not mandatory to wear a face mask in my practice if you choose. However, it is strongly recommended for your health and safety.

There are exceptions to wearing a face mask that includes those clients who have a physical or mental illness or condition, a disability, which makes wearing a face mask unsuitable or persons who have experienced trauma. Many of my clients are naturally anxious when seeing me and have experienced trauma they also do not need to wear a mask.

The nature of my professional practice requires clear enunciation (speech), the ability to see my mouth and obtain clear communication, I therefore will not be wearing a mask unless SA Health recommendations change, and or there is significant community transmission.

You can find more information from SA Health on face masks here.

screening and What to do before visiting me?

You need to check in with your physical health and well being before seeing me. All clients are required to participate in screening prior to visiting me.

If you have the following symptoms below, or are a close contact from the SA Health Exposure Site list here. I ask that you do not attend your appointment with me, that you reschedule a new time, and seek medical advice from your Doctor or SA Health.

Symptoms such as:

  • fever
  • cough
  • shortness of breath or any respiratory symptoms
  • unexplained loss of smell or altered sense of taste

Other symptoms to watch for are:

  • chills and body aches or muscle pain
  • a sore throat
  • headaches including migraines
  • runny nose including hay fever
  • diarrhoea that is unexplained (not someone with IBS or Crohn’s disease)

Likewise, if I become unwell, I will reschedule a new time with you and follow current South Australian Government advice and get tested.

Meanwhile, get vaccinated (when you can), wear a mask and keep safe.