Mychoice & Control


In line with the VIC Government mandate, COVID-19 vaccination is a condition of employment for people employed by the disability services sector. MyChoice and Control Disability Care Services welcomes this decision, which will help to protect our community from COVID-19. To join the team, you will need to provide proof that your COVID-19 vaccinations are up to date.


Safety for all

As a Registered NDIS provider we have obligations under the NDIS Code of Conduct and the NDIS Practice Standards as well as conditions of registration that relate to the delivery of safe, quality supports and services, and the management of risks associated with the supports provided to NDIS participants.

The NDIS Quality & Safeguards Commission has issued a fact sheet for providers about COVID-19 outbreak preparedness, prevention and management. This resource contains practical guidance to support providers to ensure workers take reasonable precautions to protect people with disability and themselves, prepare for an outbreak of COVID-19, respond to suspected or confirmed cases in different types of service settings, and manage an outbreak of COVID-19.

COVID vaccinations are now available for people with disability in Victoria, and their workers and carers. More information is available at Vaccination information for people with a disability, carers, volunteers and disability support workers

Information about coronavirus for people with disability in accessible format is available on the Victoria coronavirus webpage for the disability community.

Select workers (including contractors, volunteers and students on placement) are required to be vaccinated – visit the Coronavirus website or refer to the Chief Health Officer Directions for more information.

Free proof of COVID-19 vaccination can be obtained from


There are 3 ways people with disability, their carers and disability support workers may access PCR testing:

  1. Attend one of the COVID-19 testing sites available for all community members. To find the closest COVID-19 testing location, visit Where to get tested.
  2. The Call-to-Test service is for people who have coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms and cannot leave home due to injury, mobility or other eligible reasons. To access the Call-to-Test service, visit Call-to-Test – reaching out to vulnerable Victorians.
  3. In-home testing is available for residents of disability residential accommodation, including group homes and respite facilities. This service is available if residents have COVID-19 symptoms or if they have been identified as household or household-like contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19. To request in-home testing, the disability residential service provider must contact make a referral obtain a testing request form.
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