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Low-cost Home Caring model fires for franchisees

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February20
While working in the health care industry is intrinsically rewarding, the profession rarely offers an opportunity for financial return. Nursing wages are historically low and the cost of going out on your own is astronomical, but Aussie success story Home Caring is flipping the switch. Through an innovative joint venture partnership model, Home Caring is providing aspiring entrepreneurs with an avenue to launch their own business in the booming aged care and health sector. The franchise has significantly reduced the barrier to entry for franchisees, implementing a low-cost 50-50 initial investment model. When a prospective franchisee signs on to the…

Home Care for the Aged

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February18
Old age comes to us all and often it brings with it a few things to make life harder. From finding it more difficult to get up and about to being diagnosed with serious and debilitating illnesses, many older people face numerous challenges which can prevent them from doing the things they once did with ease. When seniors can no longer do the chores, cook, or manage their own personal care needs, for example, it is often left to younger family members to support them, and although this can be a positive thing for both parties, it can lead to…

From psychologist to home care business owner

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February17
When Paul Masterman decided he wanted to work in the aged care industry, all he needed was the perfect opportunity. A clinical psychologist with over 20 years’ experience in public hospitals and private practice, the Tweeds Head local is no stranger to caring for people’s health and wellbeing. But as he journeyed with his own parents and their health issues, Paul realised that aged care was a growing area of need. “Dementia became an area of interest of me from a psychological perspective – looking at how things change, the relationships that are impacted and how people adjust,” he says.…

How to find a Support Coordinator that’s right for you

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February07
Under the NDIS, people living with a disability now have funding for many types of services that support daily living. It’s great to have so much choice out there, but it can also be complicated and overwhelming – especially if you need multiple providers and treatments. This is where Support Coordinators can help. Here is a quick guide on what Support Coordinators do and how to choose someone who is a good fit for you. What does a Support Coordinator do? A Support Coordinat or helps you use your NDIS plan in the most effective way possible. They work with…

The Ways Case Managers Assist Caregivers and Their Loved Ones

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February06
Navigating the need for home care in Australia can feel overwhelming at first, but it doesn’t need to be. With the help of a case manager, it’s easier to deal with all of the care services on offer and to meet the needs of your loved ones. Case managers are qualified and certified and work with individuals and families to make the most of available resources for care and support. It’s their job to offer advice and guidance, helping with assessment, planning, accessing resources, and even emotional support. A case manager can assist with finding the most affordable options for…

The Many Benefits of Home Care and Why You Should Consider It

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January24
If you or a loved one needs a specific type of care, it can be a challenge and even daunting to decide what is the right option, and researching these options can often be overwhelming. While previously care homes were the most popular choice, home care is becoming a more popular option by the day. Unlike a regular care home, in-home care provides levels of independence, support, and convenience that you cannot find elsewhere. To give you a better idea of why home care is some popular, here are the many benefits of home care and why you should consider…

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