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COVID-19 updates

Plumtree and the families we work with are a community, and COVID-19 has impacted all of our lives.

As of 11th October 2021, restrictions in Sydney will be gradually lifted over time. Your key worker or staff member will be in touch soon to discuss how we will resume face to face services. Feel welcome to be in touch directly with them or Plumtree on 02 9572 8840.

We are a COVID-safe organisation with measures in place for staff, families and other guests. Find out more about what you can and can’t do under the rules at the NSW Government COVID-19 website.

As we learn to live alongside the pandemic, you’ll find useful information and resources here to help the wellbeing and welfare of our wonderful community.

COVID-19 has changed the way we work with you, but what we do hasn’t changed: delivering the best outcomes for your child and your family.

Our experienced team can deliver some or all of your sessions and services online. This is effective in reaching positive outcomes for your child and family, and it can also stretch your NDIS package further because of no additional travel costs.

Now more than ever, it is important to stay connected with us, look after each other and be kind to one another.

We are all in this together!

Latest COVID information

What’s happening at Plumtree

Services available on-site and online for families, building access for staff.

It’s business as usual with Telehealth

Plumtree online provides support – no matter where you are.

Telehealth FAQ

Get answers to some frequently asked questions around Telehealth.

Plumtree community health and wellbeing

Looking after yourself and your family during these challenging times.

Information regarding NDIA changes

There are some important changes and good news from the NDIA that we want to share with you.

Research supports online delivery

The first and most important thing is that families who have tried online delivery of early intervention services believe that they are effective.

Tips to support home learning

Here are a few tips to help make the transition to home learning more accessible and effective, both for parents and their lower primary school children.

Explore some programs and services