Crystal Maids Offers NDIS Cleaning to Aid Residents with Disabilities Amidst Melbourne’s Stage 4 Restrictions

Top Melbourne cleaning company is offering NDIS Cleaning services to aid Melbourne residents with disabilities amidst Melbourne’s stage 4 restrictions.

Melbourne, Australia - September 16, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Crystal Maids
Melbourne, Victoria
1300 937 991
Email: support@crystalmaids.com.au

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia— Crystal Maids in its public statement today vowed to provide NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) cleaning to all residents with disabilities amidst stage four restrictions in metropolitan Melbourne. The company, as an NDIS-registered cleaning service provider, gears up after increasing reports of disabled people moving out of aged care due to the fears of contracting coronavirus in the facilities.

Across the metropolitan Melbourne, stage four restrictions have been in effect since August 2 that will last in six weeks until Sunday, September 13. The tightened lockdown prompts most businesses to halt its regular operations. As numerous services became limited, the public has seen difficulty in catering to the varied needs of countless residents— particularly those who have disabilities.

Amid the worsening crisis, the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) remains committed to providing all the vital services to all individuals with disabilities. As an effort in supporting the NDIA, Crystal Maids is the leading company to offer cleaning services to all residents with disabilities across Melbourne. The enterprise has its highly trained, professional staff that can handle all the cleaning needs of disabled persons.

Crystal Maids’ spokesperson, John Z., reiterated that the enterprise remains active in providing cleaning services to persons with disabilities. “Despite the government’s restriction on cleaning and other services from entering homes, the NDIA tapped service providers such as Crystal Maids to continue servicing individuals with disabilities. Our dedicated staff provides NDIS cleaning as countless people with disabilities have compromised immune systems— making them vulnerable from being infected with the coronavirus. We also heightened our NDIS cleaning after more disabled individuals requested to go home or stay out of aged care due to the unfounded fear of the virus.”

“Our NDIS cleaning targets an over-all clean-up to ensure the safety of disabled persons, their family or their carers from the unseen danger. Our professional cleaning experts can execute exceptional clean-ups: deep cleaning and sanitising floors, bathrooms and kitchens; disinfecting all furniture; vacuuming every nook to deter the virus from invading homes. We are also 24/7 available in providing clean and safe shelters for disabled individuals staying in their homes or opting to get out of aged care,” he stressed.

With an excellent reputation across Melbourne, Crystal Maids can guarantee a 200 per cent customer satisfaction to cater the residents with special needs. The business also has a 62-point checklist that can undoubtedly create COVID-free premises. As a brand that builds crystal clean homes, the company provides inclusive cleaning services to aid the people who need the most support in these trying times— the people with disability.

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