Adventist Senior Living works under the advice of NSW Health for visitation in our residential aged care facilities. Prior to planning a visit to any of our residential aged care facilities, please note the following:
- Visitors must provide a valid negative RAT test which can be done prior to visit. Visitors will not be permitted entry without this.
- Where visits include a child under 12, the visit must be held in an outdoor area, the child should wear a mask.
- Visitors must sign in at reception via TeamGo prior to entry into our facilities.
- Visitors may be asked for proof of identity to confirm their address
- Visitors are required to bring and wear surgical masks at all times while in the facility
- Visitors are required to sanitise hands before entry to the facility
- Visits are permitted in either the resident’s room or an outside area but not in any inside communal area
- Visitors who have had COVID-19 within the previous 14 days are not permitted to enter residential aged care facilities
- If visitors are unwell or have been around anyone unwell, even if you have no symptoms, please do not visit.
These arrangements will be in place until further notice.
Visitor screening times for Alton Lodge and Avondale House:
Monday to Friday – 10am to 4pm
Weekends and Public Holidays – 1pm to 4pm
Visitor screening times for Alstonville Adventist Aged Care Facility
Monday to Thursday – 10am to 4pm
Fridays – 10am to 2pm
Weekends and public holidays – 9am to 12 noon
The ASL Way
We remember why.
We show up for every moment
It starts with genuine care, integrity and playing our part in a team that really needs us. But it can’t stop there. It’s about being aware and present in every moment we can, for the people we serve and those we serve alongside.
We all lead. We all serve.
At ASL, serving isn’t demeaning and leadership isn’t a prize. They are a great responsibility and a true privilege. And here, they go hand in hand.
We treat others as we'd like to be treated.
We deal in respect and kindness for all, especially when they’re hard to find. We never fully know what someone’s going through, so we offer patience and grace.
We lean in and on
Every day brings new challenges, and moments we didn’t expect. We embrace them. We jump in to make the day and night work. And we ask for support when we need it – Everyone needs help sometimes.
We are open and honest.
Apart from anything else, being open and honest gives the impression of authenticity and integrity, essential foundations for true collaboration. This will result in a mutual understanding and respect for a difference in views, interests and needs.