Aged Care

Flexible Respite

Supporting carers to relax and recharge

Taking a break from your carer’s role can help you restore your energy, reduce stress and keep your life in balance. Whether it’s a few hours a week to run errands, a weekend off here and there, or time to take a holiday, our friendly Home Care Workers can provide help and support either at home or out and about while you enjoy a well-earned break.

Our aim is to ensure you feel relaxed and stress-free while taking a break from your carer’s role. Whether it’s assisting your loved one with daily tasks, taking them to appointments, or spending time with them, our friendly home care workers will care for your loved one in a kind and considerate way, giving you peace of mind.

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A flexible approach to respite

KinCare offers flexible respite services designed to work around carers’ needs and schedules.

Here are some of the ways we can help:

Short term support during carer illnesses, hospital stays, work commitments or emergencies

Extra help when there is an unexpected event

Regular weekly respite so you can run your errands

Evening or overnight stays with your loved one when you need assistance

Fun ways to stay connected with our new virtual connections services

You will be supported with:

Your own KinCare Customer Care Manager, who will get to know you and your needs

Assistance designed and tailored to suit your priorities and preferences

Fully trained KinCare team members, matched to your loved one’s needs and personality

Occasional or regular home visits at a time that suit you

Funding Aged Care

The Commonwealth Government provides two types of subsidy to help fully, or partially fund in home support services. Your eligibility for these subsidies will depend on your personal circumstances. If you are not eligible to receive government funding, you can still access KinCare services privately.

Learn more about funding for in-home care

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