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Disability Supportrt

    DISABILITY SUPPORTS

 

‘Disability’ spans a wide spectrum of conditions including intellectual, neurological, psychosocial, spinal, genetic, degenerative, and other permanent impairments. These conditions may be on a spectrum from mild to extremely complex and span all age groups. 

At Home Caring, we understand that there is no ‘one-size-fits all’ in terms of a single Service Provider delivering all optimal services and supports. We have wide experience with Disability and one-on-one Complex Care and will strive to offer the best services possible. 

ACCOMMODATION        SUPPORTS

Many participants in the NDIS may be interested in shared accommodation or co-living arrangements.

Some advantages of this option include:

  • Easier access to specialised support

  • Participants can receive better care ‘on tap’

  • Relationships with like-minded people​

POST-HOSPITAL CARE  - HOSPITAL TO HOME TRANSITIONS 

Home Care staff are experienced in supporting the process of readjustment and we know that adjusting back to home life after being in hospital isn’t always easy. 

 

If your care plan has changed, our staff will work with you to provide optimal care once you are out of the hospital environment. Our experienced staff understand the processes involved in post-hospital care and will try their best in order to get you out and about again

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