The National Disability Insurance Scheme or NDIS is now well and truly underway across all states in Australia. The aim of the scheme is to support those with disabilities, whether they be physical, sensory, psychosocial or cognitive. If you or a loved one are eligible for NDIS, you may be wondering what to look for in a provider. This article explores the key criteria that you should consider when looking for the best NDIS provider for you.Read More »What to look for in an NDIS provider?
When you think about smart technology, you probably think of Millennials as the main consumers, right? That’s not an inaccurate picture, but it’s not a completely accurate one either. The 65+ crowd are an eager and growing market for smart technology, which can make living independently easier and more enjoyable.Read More »Would you use these 5 smart tech devices for seniors?
Have you noticed lately a lot of people in your life are feeling flat, anxious, depressed? Maybe you’re also feeling this way? At the beginning of the pandemic it felt like ‘we’re all in this together’ but now many are feeling they couldn’t be more alone.Read More »9 Signs It’s Time To Talk About Mental Health
There has recently been an influx of resources, guides, videos and more about COVID-19. It can be quite overwhelming what to read, watch or listen… Read More »COVID-19 Resources You Should Know About
Disability care providers can provide a wealth of services for people in need of care, but there are a number of misconceptions about them that put many people off using their services. Common misconceptions about disability care providers include:Read More »Common misconceptions about disability care providers
Most of the time your aged care worker does not have to wear personal protective equipment such as masks, gloves, aprons or gowns, and protective eyewear.Read More »Be COVID Safe – It’s ok to have home care!
If you are welcoming a terminally ill loved one or family member into your home or back into their own home, you must ensure you properly prepare the home so your loved one can live safely. Below we offer some top tips and considerations for how to prepare the home for a terminally ill family member.Read More »How to prepare your home for a terminally ill family member
The theme for National Reconciliation Week 2020 is ‘in this together’.
Reconciliation is a journey for all Australians – as individuals, families, communities, organisations and importantly as a nation. At the heart of this journey are relationships between the broader Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.Read More »National Reconciliation Week 2020