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The importance of diversity in at home care

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July24
There are many things our clients love about Candy Hu: her kind nature, her expertise as a registered nurse, the way she finds joy in helping people. At the top of the list, though, is the case manager’s ability to easily connect with people in Mandarin and Cantonese. Australia is fast becoming one of the most linguistically diverse countries in the world. In 2016, 1 in 3 older Australians were born overseas, while across the general population, 20% speak a language other than English at home, with Mandarin the top non-English language, followed by Arabic, Cantonese and Vietnamese. This has…

Finding a model of care that works

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June19
Throughout his life, Tim King has always known how important it is to make your own decisions and control your future. The young father from Bowral first experienced this in his youth.“I had to deal with a mild disability when I was younger, and that led me to conquer the obstacles that were facing me. During that period, I had a lot of personal growth,” he says. These obstacles led Tim to embark on a career in nursing.For the last 10 years, he worked as a registered nurse at Bowral and District Hospital and completed a postgraduate degree in Applied…

Bringing smiles to Liverpool

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June10
Sharmila Bastakoti has always loved giving people a helping hand. The former pharmacist migrated from Nepal to Australia in 2007, worked hard to achieve a Master of Accounting, then worked in admin for NSW Transport. It was Sharmila’s next stage in life, though, that led her to her true passions: raising two beautiful children with her husband, and helping people in the community. While living in Sydney’s south west, Sharmila started volunteering as an executive member of the Macarthur Region Nepalese Community in Campbelltown, helping the group connect with others through social activities, cultural events, fundraising for charity and support…

How to care for your mental health while social distancing

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April13
As we socially distance ourselves during the Corona virus pandemic, it’s normal to feel sad, anxious or lonely. Perhaps you miss spending time with your grand kids and your family. Or maybe your regular outings and activities have been cancelled, and it’s affecting your mood. Whatever your situation, now is a good time to care for your mental health. Here are 13 really simple things you can take each day to give yourself a boost – all without leaving the house. Look after yourself Although it’s tempting to stay in your pyjamas all day, getting dressed each morning, brushing your…

Home Caring Central Coast: helping people make the most of their package

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March31
When Cruz Calero-Mena moved with his family from Sydney to the Central Coast, he had no plans to put his feet up and cruise into retirement. Instead, the father-of-three had a plan and a vision. Having worked in the caring industry for over 20 years, he was committed to helping people on the Central Coast – in particular, seniors and those living with a disability – get access to the best home care available. “Home caring is my passion,” says Cruz. “I wanted to work in the community because I felt that clients weren’t always getting the care that they…

Dementia Caring named one of AFR ‘Fast Starters’ for 2020

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March23
Dementia Caring Australia (part of Home Caring Group) is delighted to be ranked 11th in the Australian Financial Review Top 100 ‘Fast Starters’ list for 2020. The AFR Fast Starters is a list of the Top 100 start-ups in Australia ranked by absolute revenue figures. We are proud to be included amongst other organisational successes on the list: an accomplishment that confirms our ‘person first’ approach to home care is fast gaining popularity in communities around the country. The key to our success: client-centred values Home Caring Group’s service model plays a key role in the company’s rapid growth over…

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