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You’ll always have a safe place to stay

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May16
We all know life doesn’t always go according to plan. There can be unexpected bumps in the road: you need to move out of home for a little while; your carer suddenly falls ill; you have a medical procedure with a long recovery time, or you just need a quick break. Whatever happens, you should always somewhere safe to live where you can continue to thrive. Experiencing a different environment away from home is also important, as you can try new things while your carer gets a chance to take a break. This is where Short Term Accommodation (STA) and…

Helping Ali enjoy better quality of life

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April29
Alison and her husband Carl love being part of their local community in Jervis Bay, on the picturesque south coast of New South Wales. Life became challenging, though, when Alison was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease a few years ago. Parkinson’s impacted Alison’s ability to do everyday tasks like cooking, keeping their house tidy, getting out and about and doing the shopping. Carl devoted himself to being her full-time carer, supporting his wife so they could continue living at home together. Although he’s been a wonderful support, the couple needed help. Thankfully in October last year, Alison was approved to receive…

Service with a big smile

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April28
If you have a question about aged care, an NDIS problem that needs solving, or you need to chat to someone from our team, give us a call and you’ll get to speak to the wonderful Melanie Kirwan. As Home Caring’s Customer Service Officer Mel works full-time answering our phones, fielding around 30 to 50 calls a day. At any given moment, she’s helping people in different ways – giving advice on how to apply for a Home Care Package, connecting clients to our team members, explaining how disability care works, helping people understand our services. With her bright personality…

SIL NDIS – Supported Independent Living

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April14
If you need help with the things you do every day, Supported Independent Living (SIL) could be a great fit for you. Funded by the NDIS (the National Disability Insurance Scheme) SIL services includes things like: having someone help you get dressed and shower in the morning; getting support with cooking, preparing meals; shopping for groceries and other necessities; managing your medication; helping you with the housework; transport to and from appointments and social outings. The aim of Supported Independent Living is to help you live as independently as possible by building your skills – and even help you learn…

Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA)

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March14
If you have a disability and require a special home that meets your needs, you may be eligible for support through the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme).  Under the NDIS, accessible housing – called Specialist Disability Accommodation or SDA – is available for people who have very high support needs. This funding can provide you with a home that is specially designed with accessible features to help you live independently.  If you’re new to NDIS funding for disability housing, you might find it a bit confusing as you try to understand how it all works. Here’s an overview to help…

How to choose an NDIS provider you’ll love

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February25
Disability support has made great progress over the last few years. Rather than assuming one size fits all, today’s approach is all about the individual. As a consumer, you have choice and control over who provides you with support – and the way your services are delivered. But with so much choice available, how do you choose the NDIS provider that is right for you? Here are 8 tips to help you find a good fit. Ask plenty of questions. There is no such thing as a silly question. When you first meet with a provider, ask them everything you…

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