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The health and safety of our staff and client community is a priority for Wavefront Centre.
Please note: By order of the Provincial Health Officer, masks are now required for everyone in all public indoor settings and workplaces. People who cannot put on or remove a mask on their own are exempt. Individuals without an exemption who refuse to wear a mask will not be provided services.
The health and safety of our staff and client community remains a priority for Wavefront Centre as we gradually resume operations. The operations plan outlines the measures and policies implemented by Wavefront Centre to reduce the risk and spread of COVID-19 and ensure the healthy well-being of our staff and community. (Please note the Audiology Department has additional protocols established to adhere to guidelines put forth by the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals and the Medical Interpreting Services Program is adhering to guidelines put forth by Provincial Health Services Authority).
Our health and safety measures include:
To read the full COVID-19 Operational Plan, please click here.
To watch the Operational Plan in ASL, please click here.
Will there be drop in services?
For the safety of our clients and staff, there will be no drop in services until further notice.
What does your enhanced safety protocol look like?
We have enhanced our protocols for:
How will appointments be booked?
Will appointment times be spaced?
Wavefront Centre for Communication Accessibility is the operating name for Western Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, a registered charitable organization.
Charitable Registration Number #108200098RR0001