We can assist you with
- Personal hygiene
- Activities of daily living
Our service model includes
- 24/7 service
- Access to after hours support
- Flexible options
- Choice to be involved in planning and managing your program
- Your personal service coordinator to partner with you to develop and manage your care plan
Our Disability Support Workers receive induction, training and support to ensure that you enjoy quality services in your home. This caninclude training that is arranged specifically to meet your individual needs in order to provide the most appropriate care.
We first interview, reference check and police check Disability Support Workers and then introduce them to you fort you to have the final choice about who works in your home. According to your preference we can introduce new Disability Support Workers via a shadow shift as well.
You also have the option to ‘Self Roster’ – if you prefer – giving you greater flexibility around lifestyle choices. With the permission of our Disability Support Workers you are able to have their phone numbers and make direct contact to arrange shift cover with your workers yourself.
While many people choose to have their Service Coordinator manage their roster, for those with busy lifestyles ‘Self Rostering’ can be a great choice.
Your safety and the safety of your workers is paramount. With this in mind, we have comprehensive Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures designed to ensure a safe working environment for everyone. Our Service Coordinators are trained to conduct safety assessments and engage the right people for the situation.