Having a clean and safe home is an important part of happy, healthy living. But as we all know, this involves daily tasks such as cleaning, laundry, preparing meals, and washing the dishes. If you have a disability, you may need some support to do these important tasks each day.
Home Caring’s experienced support workers can support you with daily chores and household tasks, so your home is a safe and pleasant place to be. We’ll be by your side offering encouragement and assistance, so you can live as independently as possible.
Our experienced and qualified support workers can assist you with:
- Cleaning jobs around your home
- Washing the dishes
- Laundry and essential ironing
- Changing your bed linen
- Grocery shopping
- Planning and preparing delicious and healthy meals
- Vacuuming and mopping floors
- Bathroom and kitchen cleaning
- General home maintenance
- Backyard cleaning and mowing
- Garbage disposal and waste removal
- Making sure food in your fridge is not out of date
- Sweeping pathways to remove hazards
- Teaching you simple cleaning skills
- Providing supervision for household tasks
As registered NDIS providers, Home Caring’s qualified teams will support you with domestic chores according to your individual needs – whether that means providing supervision as you complete tasks independently, teaching you how to do certain things, providing physical assistance when required, or helping you gain the practice you need to do a task well.
We care about how we offer support. Our supportive and friendly team will get to know you and empower you to take care of your home, giving you a sense of achievement as you enjoy a healthy, happy and dignified life. We also provide support with plenty of compassion, taking the time to explain how things work, teach you everyday skills, or simply encourage you as you try something new for yourself.
Our professional support workers also work to a high standard, ensuring no detail is overlooked. You know how you like your home to be. We’ll work with you on daily household tasks, so your home is a wonderful place to live.
NDIS funding for household tasks services
Help with household chores or domestic assistance is available to NDIS participants in the Core Supports budget, under the Assistance with Daily Life category. This category also includes personal care services such as help with showering and getting dressed in the morning. The aim is to help participants develop more independence in everyday life, so they can live in the community and enjoy quality of life.