Our approach is pretty simple, we do whatever it takes to support you to reach your goals. It's just the way we do things at Quality Health Care and as a team we are dedicated to helping you find the right support and right solution to lead the life you have always wanted. We work with you at all times, we listen, we consult, and we plan together to make sure you get the support that not only meets your needs but also your preferences. It's about choice and that's something y
If you or your loved one are newly in need of support, whether it be for companionship, medical or non-medical purposes, it can be overwhelming to navigate the various options available. In this blog we highlight some of the different types of support available and provide some tips and advice on how you can choose the right support team for you. By no means an exhaustive list, below are just some of the main areas of support offered by agencies and providers. Non-Medical Sup
The evidence from the research is clear: behaviours of concern and implementing restrictive practices can typically be reduced with positive behaviour support (PBS) strategies!
PBS supports people of all ages in all settings in reducing behaviours of concern by increase the person’s quality of life, and decreasing behaviours that causes harm to the person or others that usually result in restrictive practices.
PBS focuses on understanding the purpose that the behaviour of
National Carers Week is about recognising and celebrating the outstanding contribution unpaid carers make to our nation. There are over 2.7 million family and friend carers in Australia providing 36 million hours of care and support every week to a family member or friend who has a disability, mental illness, drug and/or alcohol dependency, chronic condition, terminal illness or who is frail. The replacement value of that unpaid care is $1.1 billion per week. Anyone at any ti
A person-centred approach helps organisations provide accessible, responsive and flexible services that meet the diverse needs and preferences of people living in our community. Many of these individuals want to remain independent for as long as possible and rely on the community care system to help them achieve this. Australia is experiencing a demographic shift with a rapid increase in the number of older Australians. The population aged 65 years and over is projected to in
It's never too early or too late to talk about aged care. Talking about getting some extra help doesn't mean you can't live an independent or active life. Read about tips for having a conversation about aged care with a family member or friend here. What help is available You may be eligible to receive services such as: personal care like help getting dressed transport modifications to your home, such as hand rails or ramps nursing, physiotherapy and other care meals and help