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Victorian COVID-19 Update

Pending Victorian Government advice, Sign for Work will continue to service clients remotely (where possible) until COB on the 18th of February at the earliest. As a result, Sign for Work will be closing its Victorian offices. There are no changes to our Queensland services.

Services (including online), programs and events will continue to be run during this time. The decision to run some face to face events is as a result of feedback from families.

Sign for Work prioritises the health and safety of its clients, participants and staff at all times.

We encourage any clients/participants with any concerns to contact us. Clients/participants who test positive to COVID are asked to let us know so we can arrange alternative servicing arrangements where possible. Keep safe and thank you for your support.

If you need assistance, you can contact us in the following ways:

  • Your personal Sign For Work Consultant on the details they have provided to you

  • Phone: (03) 9539 5309

  • SMS:  0420 971 391

  • Email: info@signforwork.org.au

Sign for Work is committed to continuing to assisting our service users during these difficult times. We will be reviewing our servicing arrangements on a regular basis and will keep you all informed. Thank you for ongoing support and understanding.

For further information on COVID-19 see the Australian Government Department of Health website

https://www.health.gov.au/

As part of Deaf Victoria’s COVID-19 Outreach Project, funded by the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing, Deaf Victoria recently released their second COVID information video in Auslan. This video is about the two COVID-19 vaccines, Pfizer and AstraZeneca and ATAGI’s recent advice on the age range for AstraZeneca.