Service Type: Aged Care
Annette, aged 94, really is a hero to the KinCare team. Annette is a fiercely independent lady and daring globetrotter. Annette is also wise and knew when to seek KinCare’s help with daily tasks that were getting too much.
Our Customer Care Manager Melanie explains how many of our Customers find their experience of in-home care completely life-changing.
On 1 July, following an extensive community consultation, new national Aged Care Quality Standards were launched. They reflect the level of care and services the community can now expect.
It felt like home the minute Bill and Betty met and 70 years on, sparks still fly. Spending quality time remains a priority – and support from KinCare to stay in their home together lets them do just that.
For Lorraine, there is nothing more satisfying than connecting with our Customers to help them solve problems in their homes and pursue new adventures and friendships. There’s just something about Lorraine.
Physiotherapist Mark Sewell loves to help people achieve their best. He gets to do it every day at KinCare – and is urging others in his field to consider a career in Aged Care.
Rather than a sign that you’re stuck in the past, research shows regular reminiscing can have powerful effects on your health and wellbeing.
St Kilda was very different when Joan was born here 100 years ago. She loves her vibrant beachside village dearly – and with regular help from KinCare– she can still enjoy an independent life at home.
Caring for a loved one can be rewarding, but exhausting. As the holidays approach, some planned respite can give you that much-needed time to tackle your long to-do list – whilst knowing your loved one is in capable hands.
The first light bulb moment of Lisa’s career didn’t happen on the job: it was while tenderly caring for her elderly Nan that she discovered her great gift.
Breaking it to your loved one that they may need some extra help around the home can be very tough, but if the conversation is done right, the outcome can be a bright future at home for them and peace of mind for the rest of the family. Here are some helpful tips to show you how to have the conversation.
It’s often during the festive season – when we spend much more time with our family and friends – that it becomes clear an ageing loved one might need a little extra support.