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WE ARE HIRING! Home Care Workers

WE HAVE A PRESSING NEED NEED FOR TEAM MEMBERS IN THE CABOOLTURE, BRIBIE, DECEPTION BAY, REDCLIFFE, & BRISBANE NORTH AREAS IN GENERAL PLEASE READ OUR JOB DESCRIPTION AND IF YOU THINK IT’S A GOOD FIT, CLICK ON THE APPLY NOW BUTTON BELOW! JOB DESCRIPTION About the business and the role Local, family owned service provider…

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Questions to Ask Prospective Home Care Providers

Finding your way around the Aged Care system to organise a Home Care Package can be daunting. It will save time if you have a general understanding of the steps involved. Here’s a few hints and tips, set out in steps as how to’s and explanations of common terms that might help! Step 1 – The…

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Enduring Power of Attorney – Who Needs One ?

Simple – EVERYONE needs a Power of Attorney It’s one of those things no one wants to think about – but ask yourself: what if you suffered an injury or illness that prevented you from being able to make your choices known … Who would manage your finances, who would make decisions about your medical…

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Discussing home care options with your ageing parents?

GROWING OLDER DOESN’T HAVE TO BE SCARY But quite frankly it is. Losing the ability to care for oneself can not only be a risk to personal safety, but it is difficult to come to terms with mentally and emotionally. Often its left to the children to broach the subject of Mum and or Dad needing…

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Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS)

QUEENSLAND TRANSITION TO NDIS ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY Please note this information has been reproduced from a flyer released today by Queensland Health. For ease of use we have transcribed it to a blog post. The Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS) has collated information from Queensland Government websites to assist our clients and prescribers by noting when…

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NDIS Reasonable & Necessary Supports

This is often the topic of conversation when people start getting ready to meet with their planners. The uncertainty behind what they class as reasonable and necessary supports, or if your disability is classed as significant. The NDIS is the new way of providing disability support, it’s new so there will be hiccups. I can’t…

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6 Ways to get seniors to drink more water!

Dehydration is a common and very serious condition for older adults. It can also cause other major health problems like kidney stones, blood clot complications, passing out, rapid but weak pulse, and lowered blood pressure. Being properly hydrated is also very important for certain medications to work. The best thing to do is try to…

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What is Assistive Technology in the NDIS?

Assistive Technology, also known as AT, is the equipment a person might use to help them with everyday tasks that they wouldn’t be able to do on their own, or makes it easier and safer to do. For a person living with disability, this might be equipment or systems which help with moving around the…

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The difference in using a local Home Care Business

It’s All About Values Sometimes I get an unexpected and timely reminder of why we started a home care business – and just what a difference the knowledge and connections of a truly local provider can make to people in the community. Today was one of those days! I was contacted by a friend of…

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The ‘unmentionables’ to mention in your NDIS Planning

These are now underway here on the Sunshine Coast, so this is just a last minute – but critical reminder to remember the little things in your plan, those things that most people don’t want to talk about. By little I’m talking about the things that you may have overlooked but can add up to a…

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