Everyone is different, and so are their support needs. Our Support Workers have a range of different backgrounds and experiences, and we work closely with our clients to ensure we get a great match. Support Workers can help in lots of different ways, according to your needs and how you want to live your life.
Here are some of the ways they can tailor their time to support you best.
Supporting your Health
Arranging and collecting prescriptions
Accompanying you to medical appointments
Keeping an eye on your general health.
Supporting you with the day to day basics
Assisting you to shower, dress and with basic hygiene
Assistance with laundry, ironing and personal presentation
Shopping for groceries and other requirements
Assisting with preparation and cooking of meals, as well as setting, clearing and washing of dishes
Assistance with eating and drinking
Help with home cleaning duties
Driving you to and from appointments and events
Support to get out and about (Community Access)
Accompanying you on outings and activities that you’re interested in attending.
Supporting your lifestyle
Personal and practical assistance to enable you to live your chosen lifestyle
Working with you, family members and other carers and support workers to ensure consistency and continuity of care
Advocate for and with you, where needed and appropriate
Respecting your right to privacy and confidentiality
Being on the lookout for you - identifying and helping to work through health issues, accidents, or hazards.