Caring for someone with a mental health disorder requires empathy and respect. Two people who know this well are Patrick and his mother, Rosemary. Life has often been challenging for Patrick and his family. Due to a diagnosis of schizophrenia, Patrick relies on support for different aspects of daily living.
An ageing population and relatively low start-up costs are fueling the growth of the home-care sector in Australia. As many businesses around the world face challenging times ahead with the COVID-19 crisis, more and more families will be looking to find in-home support options for their loved ones. Home Caring
On a sunny day, Que loves nothing better than to spend time out in nature with his carer, Thuy. The pair often go for leisurely walks, laughing and chatting with each other as they stroll amongst the greenery of Sydney’s suburban south west. “Being at home can be boring sometimes,
Australia is an ageing population, and while generational change is putting a strain on the public sector, allied health franchise Home Caring is helping eagle-eyed entrepreneurs make the most of a growing industry. Currently in Australia the demand for aged care and home care providers far outweighs the number of
Social distancing at home can be tough if you are living with a disability. But whatever your situation, there are plenty of things you can do to help you stay healthy, happy and connected. Here’s 20 ideas to get you started. Stay in touch with your doctors. Your health is
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