COVID-19 Update

The safety and wellbeing of children and their families is always our highest priority. We are guided by advice from the NSW Public Health Unit, and take all possible precautions to prevent the spread of coronavirus. To protect families and the wider community we will be offering all our clinical services and scheduled appointments virtually only using telehealth platforms effective January 10th 2022. We are suspending all face-to-face services and appointments.

If you have a scheduled appointment, your treating clinician and/or service team will be in touch with you to offer either a telehealth service or to make alternative arrangements to help support you at this time.

As COVID-19 continues to put increased pressure on the health system we don't require a GP/health professional referral. Access for parents remains easier than ever, parents can self-refer on-line here.


Karitane remains flexible as we receive updates from NSW Health.

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