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We have a pressing need need for team members in the Caboolture, Bribie, Deception Bay, Redcliffe, & Brisbane North Areas in General -  Please read our job description and if you think its a good fit click on the  apply now button below! Job Description

About the business and the role

Local, family owned service provider we are a team who are passionate about providing high quality, flexible, client focused services in our community. 
We support people of all ages with varying levels of ability - with a focus on maintaining or improving their quality of life.
Whether Community Services is your passion, or this role is a stepping stone to your chosen career, we can equip you with skills and experience that will enhance your life - both personally and professionally. 


Job tasks and responsibilities

On a day to day basis you will be assisting our clients with a range of activities which will include 

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Growing Older Doesn't Have to Be Scary:

But quite frankly it is. Losing the ability to care for oneself can not only be a risk to personal safety, but it is difficult to come to terms with mentally and emotionally. Often its left to the children to broach the subject of Mum and or Dad needing home care, - this can be a daunting prospect but can be made more comfortable and more effective by careful research and planning.

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Queensland Transition to NDIS Assistive Technology

Please note this information has been reproduced from a flyer released today by Queensland Health. For ease of use we have transcribed to a blog post!! 

The Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS) has collated information from Queensland Government websites to assist our clients and prescribers by noting when responsibility is planned to transfer from state schemes/ service providers to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). This is not intended to be a comprehensive summary but a guide as it applies to MASS services. The Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors has been designated the Lead Agency for the transition of Queensland to NDIS for people with a disability aged under 65 years. The Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors is coordinating the transition to the NDIS with other Queensland Government departments that support Queenslanders with disability in areas such as health, education, transport and housing. The below link will take you to the website containing this information:

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With the onset of NDIS and client directed funding, I thought it may be timely to republish this blog post.

All formal working relationships need rapport and trust to function well. This is particularly relevant to the relationship between an individual and the person/s who are employed to provide them with home care – carers or support workers. It is certainly important that the carer makes sure client’s feel at ease with approaching and relating to them – but it is equally important that the lines don’t become blurred.  

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Dehydration is a common and very serious condition for older adults. The best thing to do is try to prevent it from happening, but it’s much easier said than done to increase their fluid intake! To help with this sometimes frustrating mission, we rounded up creative tips you can also click on this link to read the Qld Governments advice on Dehydration 

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 Assistive Technology, also known as AT, is the equipment a person might use to help them with everyday tasks that they wouldn’t be able to do on their own, or makes it easier and safer to do. For a person living with disability, this might be equipment or systems which help with moving around the home or community, communicating with other people, processing information and other daily tasks. Every person living with a disability has different needs. AT may be included in your NDIS plan if it is identified as a reasonable and necessary support that meets your needs, and supports you to achieve better outcomes in life.

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Sometimes I get an unexpected and timely reminder of why we started a Home Care business – and just what a difference the knowledge and connections of a truly local provider can make to people in the community.

Today was one of those days!

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