According to a study done in 2017 by the British Geriatrics Society, more than half of the population aged 80 fell at least once a year. As people age, small, or even ordinary maneuvers in their homes can often make them lose their balance. Addressing this issue is therefore especially important because older people are
DISABILITY DOMESTIC SUPPORT
Assistance in the home for people living with disability
Get in touch about domestic assistance
We’re happy to help with any questions you have about our disability support services.
Your disability support
Do you need assistance with tasks at home? Our support workers are happy to help. Let us know what you need to improve your quality of life, and we’ll make it happen.
We don’t just provide domestic support — we team up with you to help you achieve the goals outlined in your NDIS plan.
Domestic support services
We pride ourselves on being pretty flexible. We’ll work with you to help you develop independence and daily living skills — or we’ll just do the job for you. Whatever you need, we’re here.
Activities of daily living
We can provide the right domestic assistance to help you maintain your independence and improve your skills. We provide support with:
As well as domestic support, we can also support you with your daily personal care, and community access.
Health and wellbeing
We can provide nursing services to ensure your health needs are taken care of. We can help you with:
The right support worker for you
Part of receiving support that suits your preferences is getting along with your support worker. At Absolute Care & Health, we go match you with a support worker who you can get along with. We provide:
“At Absolute Care & Health everyone is incredibly nice. They did a lot of work to make sure that we have the right carers, ones that we can feel at home with.”
Gloria and Ted
Find out more about domestic support
Download our information pack to find out more about our disability support services and how we work with the NDIS. It has all the information you need in one place.
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If you have any questions, our team is always ready to help. Get in touch with us and we will get back to you soon.
Our friendly team will get back to you within the business day.
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There are several different types of government funding options available to keep in-home aged care accessible. Some of these are allocated to the individuals receiving aged care while other types are for individuals (generally family members) who care for someone. In these cases, both the carer and the person being cared for must meet the eligibility criteria.