Category: Aged Care
KinCare’s Healthy Minds Ambassadors are team members who have volunteered to provide confidential, informal short-term assistance and support for their work colleagues.
Your wellbeing is important to us, so at KinCare, we train our staff to identify the early warning signs of a stroke.
At KinCare, we recognise that people who live with chronic pain have lives to live, and that pain shouldn’t hold anyone back. Our diverse and holistic care aims to help you continue doing what you love.
As a Home Care Worker with more than seven years’ experience, Jane continues to find her role incredibly rewarding. She loves seeing the smiles on her customers’ faces as they open their door.
At KinCare, we’re delighted that our COO Bernadette has received well-deserved recognition for her excellence in leadership in the C-Suite 2022 Awards by CEO Monthly.
If winter gets you feeling down, you might find that taking a new approach can help to keep a spring in your step through the colder months.
Chris, now aged in his 70s, was a young man when he first encountered an aviary full of budgerigars. It was the start of a love affair that has lasted a lifetime, bringing him endless joy and satisfaction.
This article aims to give you a better understanding of the wide range of services you receive when you access your Home Care Package through KinCare.
Although you may have concerns about your loved one’s health and safety, there are lots of resources to help you navigate what can be a challenging time.
Whether we like it or not, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way many of us live. KinCare can help you understand what might be best for your situation as we learn to live through the pandemic.
Marcel’s life was turned upside down when the COVID-19 pandemic hit and global air travel shut down. Securing a team leader position with KinCare was a big career move for Marcel – but a life change he doesn’t regret.
While it’s not something any of us like to dwell on, having an Advance Care Plan (ACP) lets your loved ones know how you’d like to be treated if you lose the capacity to communicate your wishes.