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The important role of occupational therapy in aged care

The important role of occupational therapy in aged care

An occupational therapist has several roles. In short, their role is to help people overcome the issues they face with disability and illness. This could have been caused by aging, an illness, or an accident, and is done to help them maintain their ability to carry out everyday tasks and

Care that’s as unique as our clients are

Care that’s as unique as our clients are

Great care never follows a ‘one size fits all’ approach. Each person is an individual, with their own personality and experiences. Their care should be as unique as they are, and individually tailored to suit their needs. At HomeCaring, this is the philosophy we follow when caring for clients like

Explaining Local Area Coordinators And What They Can Do For You

Explaining Local Area Coordinators And What They Can Do For You

4.3 million Australians live with a disability, and many of those struggle to seek the care they need, either because they’re unsure where to start, or because of the often high costs of care in general. Last year, the rollout of full operation NDIS (national disability insurance scheme) brought care

A Simple Guide To Home Care Package Care Plan

A Simple Guide To Home Care Package Care Plan

Receiving confirmation of your Home Care Package allocation is a moment of immense relief. It means that you are now on the path to securing the support that you (or a loved one) needs for safe, independent living in the comfort of your own surroundings.  However, the process isn’t over

12 things you can do today to boost your mental health

12 things you can do today to boost your mental health

Feeling down is a normal part of being human, as everyone feels sad at times. Luckily, there are lots of really simple things we can do to lift our spirits. Here’s 12 scientifically-proven ways you can boost your mood without too much effort. 1. Listen to a song or piece

What You Need To Know About NDIS funding for Supported Independent Living

What You Need To Know About NDIS funding for Supported Independent Living

If you’re living with a disability, then it’s possible that you’ll be eligible for financial help from the government. In the coming years, a significant amount of cash will be made available to people with disabilities. Indeed, within five years, we’ll get to a point where there’s some $22 billion

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