With our Home Help services in Southbank, Melbourne, we provide you with the necessary tools for the development of household activities, adapting them according to your needs, improving people’s quality of life. Our bespoke services include the care of both the elderly and disabled, integrating domestic and personal tasks to ensure the quality of life is maintained or enhanced. Home help varies with each case, because of the needs of all people. Whether it’s the need for physiotherapy, occupational therapy, or speech therapy, we can offer all areas of this support. Perhaps the care is a little more in-depth, in which case we have both supported independent living as well as live-in care. Twenty four hours a day, we are available to assist the needs of your loved one.
Home Care Southbank
Care when you need it the most.
We offer a plethora of help, which also includes a range of care packages, which include home care, dementia care, disability care, domiciliary care, respite care, and even palliative care. We also offer NDIS Support Coordination. We aim to always provide immaculate services at home, providing both therapy and cognitive stimulation services to the elderly and disabled; to ensure that their physical health matches their mental health; including strengthening their body and encouraging social activity where possible. Our team in Southbank offers a range of other help including personal hygiene and management as well as dietitians on hand to give valuable advice.
In addition to this, Home Caring AU offers a cleaning service both in homes and in communities and companies in the area, offering a complete and fully personalised service.
The primary objective of our company is the satisfaction of the people receiving our home care services in Southbank, in addition to promoting other services that can meet the needs and expectations of the applicant, whether it is an elderly person, a child, or a disabled person. We know that needs must always be met.
The services that we offer.
We appreciate that the elderly and disabled may not be able to leave the house, or perhaps their bed on some days. This means that they are unable to perform personal tasks and take care of their own home. Therefore it is vital, for the benefit of their physical help, to use a trusted professional who can give you that much-needed company, in addition to being able to accompany the elderly for walks, shopping, taking them to play activities, etc. All this will not only improve their mood but will also optimize their physical health. On many occasions, these walks or a certain level of physical movement in the elderly is indicated by their doctor, and due to the lack of accompaniment to do it, they can not do it. We will be able to assist them to make the most of their independence. To further break down some of the services that we offer:
- Personal hygiene
- Assistance with dressing
- Home help and assistance
- Accompaniment outdoors
- Admin and appointments
- Social integration
- Medication assistance
- Physical and mental health aids
- Many more
Supported independent living is important for all. We also appreciate that conditions such as dementia can inhibit the elderly from living a good life. Dementia affects coordination and can cause a range of symptoms that stop someone from enjoying life. Although dementia has no cure, about non-pharmacological treatment, there is evidence that cognitive stimulation helps to maintain and delay the loss of functions and abilities of the person. This is thanks to the fact that training of higher functions helps to compensate for the losses of the patient. We do all that we can to ensure your loved one has the best home care. Group Homes Southbank offers a plethora of benefits to the disabled also.
The family can present doubts about any implementation of new learning (autonomy, alternative communication systems, behavioural, etc. Our team works to assist anyone with a disability in improving their physical and cognitive functions, through accompaniment and therapies; whilst always maintaining the patient’s wishes at the core of all we do. We offer disability accommodation also. We aim to integrate into the social and cultural environment to offer adults with disabilities, including those who are very dependent, support to promote the exercise of citizenship and investment in cultural activities and develop their autonomy in and around Southbank. These original processes constitute an alternative to a person being bedridden or fearful to make the trip alone.
Get the help that you need.
Disability affects not only the individual who suffers from it but also their family environment. Nobody should suffer in silence, and thankfully, you do not have to. Disability care and aged care is a specialised area and we will gladly answer any questions you have relating to your needs. Here are some of the main benefits of our work:
- Support with setting up the various services and interventions of help and care providers that they may need at home.
- Receive help with daily tasks (housekeeping, meals, shopping, laundry, help with administrative procedures, help getting up, getting around, getting dressed, grooming, etc.).
- Given advice on the layout of their home and the intervention of a multi-skilled worker for small fitting-out work.
- Have an emergency service 24 hours a day contact or assistance present, in the event of a problem or fall.
- Other interventions that will allow you to improve their quality of life at home (loan and sale of medical equipment, transport, speech therapy, pedicure, respite service, hairdressing, small sewing jobs, distribution of meals, small repairs, palliative care)
We aim to provide solutions that pass through flexible and adapted services to support the acts of everyday life or to accompany the needs of any patient. We want people who feel trapped or insecure, to live a better and more comfortable life every single day. From assistance and care services to physiotherapy and exercise physiology, from the most classic to the most complex, we want to respond to different levels of care and degrees of dependency. Nobody should have to suffer in silence.
For further information on how we can assist you, please refer to our website https://www.homecaring.com.au.