What We Do

We have a wide variety of services and by discussing your priorities with us, we can put together a plan that ensures your needs are met.

Aged Care

We know that understanding and working through the My Aged Care system can be daunting and, shall we say, not exactly straight forward. Our expert team are able to guide you through, being your sounding board at every step of the journey. We have a great understanding of the ways and means you can access our services. We have the ability to offer brokered care to those who have an approved My Aged Care package provider. It may be that you are using some of the new ‘self managed’ models. We are here to help and work alongside you, whichever path you choose.


We are able to facilitate visits for NDIS clients who are either Plan Managed or Self Managed. We have a wealth of experience in forming care plans that incorporate the various different entitlements within your plan. We ensure that our care supports are structured towards you achieving your NDIS goals. 


Who knows what life is going to throw at us next? We have an adaptable model so we can respond quickly at times when emergency care is needed. It may be that your full time carer is taken ill and needs some back up, just give us a call and we can assist with getting some support to you ASAP. We can also give you advice of who to call when this type of situation occurs and feel free to tap into our industry knowledge with any queries. We love to help and can be the calm in the storm! 


If you are privately funding your care or topping up your government supports, we can easily facilitate this for you. Our pricing is a flat rate structure to keep things simple. We will still carry out our usual onboarding process to guarantee we have a proficient care plan in place to cover your needs. 

Our services include, but are no means limited to:

Social Support – grocery shopping, community access, learning everyday skills, getting out and about.

Respite – this can be in your home or we can take you out and about. This can also be overnight.

Personal Care – Showering, grooming, personal hygiene, feeding.

Welfare Support – Checking in, medication prompting, meal preparation.

Domestic Support – light cleaning, vacuuming, dusting, washing, ironing.

Palliative – offering carer respite to combat carer burnout, overnight supports, medication prompting, working alongside your GP and RN services.

‘Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community.’

Anthony J. D’Angelo

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