A professional caregiver is not just about meeting the job requirements, i.e. knowing the inside outs of how to provide a variety of services and assistance to an aging person. Sure, training is needed to ensure a professional caregiver is able to perform what’s required of them – prepare meals, aid with ambulation or walking,
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We’re happy to help with any questions you have about our disability support services.
Your disability support
We provide personal support and other support services for people living with disability. If you need assistance with personal care at home, or clinical services, our support workers are here to help.
We are an NDIS registered provider, and our team is made up of highly experienced professionals. We can work closely with your Support Coordinator, if you have one, to ensure that our services are aligned to other support you may be receiving. We’ll assess your needs, and match you with the right person to assist you in achieving your goals.
Personal support services
We provide personal support services to help support your independence and develop your daily living skills.
Activities of daily living
No matter what your level of ability is, we can support you to accomplish all your activities of daily living. We provide support with:
Health and wellbeing
We want you to healthy as well as happy, which is why we provide a range of services, including:
The right support worker for you
Choose the right support worker to help you achieve your goals. To make sure it’s the right fit, we take into consideration things like:
“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 personal support
For more information about disability support services, download our information pack. It has all the information you need in one place.
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