For Customers

Chorus & the coronavirus (COVID-19)

Updated 8 October 2021

As a homecare organisation Chorus fully supports the Covid-19 vaccination programme and strongly encourages all staff to get vaccinated. As the roll out progresses, we have some staff who are vaccinated and some who are not. Some of the reasons for this are:

  • The roll out has been a phased approach and some staff are having to wait for a vaccination appointment. However, now that the roll out includes GP surgeries and some pharmacies it will be easier for staff to make an appointment.
  • Although we strongly encourage staff to have the vaccination, it is not mandated by law for home care workers.

Therefore, at this stage we are unable to guarantee that all workers providing support will be fully vaccinated.

We continue to expect staff to work using good hygiene practices which include:

  • Using personal protective equipment (PPE) where necessary
  • Good handwashing and hygiene procedures including cough etiquette
  • Social distancing where possible
  • Not attending work if they are unwell

We will continue to provide essential services to you during lockdowns and will communicate with you as soon as we can during lockdowns.

For the most up to date information from the West Australian Government, please visit wa.gov.au/government/covid-19-coronavirus


Forms & Policies

Click on the bars below to find a list of forms and policies for Chorus customers.

If you are looking for something not listed here, please call us on 1800 264 268 or complete the contact form below.

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Fee schedules

Please contact us for any other services

Payment options

Location  EFTPOS Cash
Payments
Mandurah: Ability Arts, 6 Cumberland Street, Greenfields, WA 6210
Chorus Kitchen: 38A Waddell Road, Palmyra, WA 6157
Bull Creek Social Centre: 24 Leichardt Street, Bull Creek, WA 6149
Carlisle: 43 Planet Street, Carlisle, WA 6101
Albany Senior Citizens Centre: 122 Grey Street, Albany, WA 6330

At Chorus we understand people don’t exist in a vacuum, but rather they live in communities amongst networks of family, friends and carers. Below are useful links and information for all carers, including the Government carer support site, Carer Gateway: