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Six ways to reduce your risk of falls

Six ways to reduce your risk of falls

Each year, one in three Australians aged 65 or over experience a fall. It is currently the largest cause of hospitalisation in our country, with most falls taking place in your own home. Fortunately there are many things you can do to lower your risk of falling, or reduce the

Supporting A Loved One With Dementia

Supporting A Loved One With Dementia

Dementia is one of the leading causes of death in Australia, and affects almost 500,000 Australians each year. It more frequently occurs in those aged 65 or over, but can affect people across all stages of life. Dementia can be a cause of distress for both the individual and their

How does NDIS support help to build independence?

How does NDIS support help to build independence?

Living with a disability or chronic condition will present an array of unique challenges that make daily life a little harder. Thankfully, with the right support and personalised approach to overcome those obstacles, you can continue to enjoy a fulfilling quality of life. Whether you were born with an illness

What is Care Management in Home Care?

What is Care Management in Home Care?

When receiving home care services, it’s imperative that your care workers provide consistent support that is tailored to your needs. Care Management, formerly known as Case Management, is one of the key tools for facilitating the best care time and time again. Whether you’re in the process of gaining your

How a Home Care Package Works In Australia

How a Home Care Package Works In Australia

There’s no escaping the fact that our lives change as we grow older. And with life expectancy growing, the likelihood of needing a little extra support in later life has significantly increased over the past 50 years. Home care packages are the best solution for thousands of Australians. Home care

NDIS and OT. Everything you need to know

NDIS and OT. Everything you need to know

If you are living with a disability or chronic condition, a little extra help in your daily life can go a long way to improving your future. An Occupational Therapist, or OT, can provide the support you need for increased health and happiness.  Before they can, though, it’s your responsibility

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