Home Assist Secure assists with minor modifications, minor maintenance and repairs to your home.
There are other community based organisations in our area that assist with personal care. Some of the services they provided are –
ALLIED HEALTH CARE
This is also known as paramedical care and refers to professional allied health care services and includes a wide range of specialist services such as podiatry, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, social work, speech pathology and advice from a dietician and nutritionist.
CENTRE BASED DAY CARE
This refers to attendance/participation in structured group activities designed to develop, maintain or support the capacity for independent living and social interaction which are conducted in, or from, a centre based setting.
This refers to assistance with domestic chores, including cleaning, dishwashing, clothes washing and ironing, unaccompanied shopping and bill paying.
GOODS & EQUIPMENT
This refers to the loan or purchase of goods and equipment to assist the person to cope with a disabling condition and/or maintain their independence.
This refers to those meals which are prepared and delivered to the client.
This refers to professional care from a registered or enrolled nurse.
This refers to assistance with daily self-care tasks, such as eating, bathing, toileting, dressing, grooming, getting in and out of bed and moving about the house.
This refers to assistance received by a carer from a substitute carer who provides supervision and assistance to their care recipient. It is provided to give relief to a carer from their caring role.
This refers to assistance provided by a worker either within the home environment or while accessing community services which is primarily directed towards meeting the person’s need for social contact and/or accompaniment in order to participate in community life. It can include friendly visiting, shopping and bill paying and banking (when the person is accompanied by the worker) and telephone-based monitoring services.
This refers to assistance with transportation either directly or indirectly. Transport is assistance provided so that the client may get out of their house and do chores, attend other activities or community centres, and participate in the community.
Please call My Aged Care on 1800 200 422 for contact details. Alternatively you can also make inquiries at Anglicare on 1300 610 610