Service Type: Aged Care
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.
Parties, picnics and barbeques – meals outside are one of the loveliest things about summer – but we do need to take a little bit of extra care with what we eat and drink.
Getting the right care to remain living in his art-filled beachside apartment has added big brushstrokes of beauty and colour to each day for 88-year-old Nick.
You’ve just received the letter you’ve been waiting for. That’s right – the letter to tell you that your Home Care Package has been assigned and you can now select a provider.
With in-home care tailored to meet their unique needs, dynamic duo Marge and John haven’t slowed down in their 90s.
A big change in her family gave Queenslander Melanie the push to stop dreaming of a more rewarding career and make her hopes a reality.
Mature-age KinCare Team member Lorraine wants others like her to know their hard-earned skills and life experience don’t need to have a useby date.
By getting the help she needs to stay active, Wilma Mitchell, 88, can continue to tend the beautiful garden at her home in Victoria.
Whether it is assisting you with your general mobility, installing safety equipment around the home or managing pain due to injury or arthritis our fully qualified and trained clinicians are able to help.
If you are considering moving yourself or your loved one into a residential care or other form of housing, it’s important to weigh up the available options before making a decision.
Looking after a spouse or family member can be testing sometimes which is why it’s important to take care of yourself. We have created some tips to help support you in your daily routine.
Modern life is often all go, go, go but a new idea called slow reading aims to use books to slow us down.