Aged Care, NDIS Disability Support Services We Offer
Getchya Services Pty Ltd Aged Care Disability Support Services are designed to provide you with the assistance and support you need to live a comfortable and fulfilling life.
Aged Care Disability Support Services FAQ
Aged and Disability Care Services questions that families and carers often ask.
What is aged care and disability service?
Aged care and disability services are programs and support services designed to assist older Australians and people with disabilities to maintain their health, independence, and quality of life. These services are provided in various settings, including the person’s home, residential aged care facilities, community centres, and other locations.
Aged care services are primarily designed for older Australians who require assistance with daily living activities, such as personal care, medication management, and meal preparation. Disability services, on the other hand, are designed for people with disabilities of all ages, including physical, sensory, and intellectual disabilities.
What is the role of support services in aged care?
The role of support services in aged care is to assist and support older Australians and people with disabilities to help them live independently, maintain their health and wellbeing, and participate in their communities. Support services are designed to help older Australians and people with disabilities to maintain their quality of life, dignity, and independence and to meet their specific needs and preferences.
What are the two main types of aged care and disability services provided in Australia?
The two main types of aged care and disability services in Australia are home care and residential care.
Home care: Home care services support and assist older Australians and people with disabilities to help them live independently in their own homes. These services can include help with personal care, meal preparation, cleaning, medication management, and transport. Home care services can be provided by government-funded programs such as the Home Care Packages program or through private providers.
Residential care: Residential care refers to living in a residential aged care facility where older Australians and people with disabilities can receive 24-hour care and support. Residential care facilities provide accommodation, meals, personal care, nursing care, and social activities. Residential care can be provided by government-funded programs such as the Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) or through private providers.
What is disability services for older Australians?
Disability services for older Australians refer to a range of programs and supports that are designed to assist older people with disabilities to live independently and participate fully in their communities. These services are aimed at helping seniors who have physical, sensory, or cognitive impairments and who may require assistance with daily activities such as mobility, communication, self-care, and social engagement.
What is a disability care facility?
A disability care facility is a type of residential care facility that provides accommodation, support, and care to people with disabilities. These facilities are designed to provide a safe, supportive, and inclusive environment for people with disability and to assist them with their daily living activities, including personal care, medication management, and social engagement.
What are two support services that could be accessed by a disability client?
There are many support services available. Two of the most popular services are household tasks and community nursing.
Who We Work With
Getchya Services Pty Ltd works with all significant Government-backed disability and aged care institutions. As a person with disability and ailments myself, I am very proud to serve the community and give back to people who have supported me.
My Aged Care Services & Support
My Aged Care is a government-funded service providing support and information to older Australians who need assistance with daily tasks. Our My Aged Care Disability Support Services collaborate with My Aged Care to provide a range of home care support services that meet each client’s individual needs. We can help you access services such as personal care, home maintenance, transport, and social support. With our support, you can live independently in your home for longer.
National Disability Insurance Scheme NDIS
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a government-funded service that supports and assists people with disabilities. Our residential Aged Care Disability Support Services work closely with the NDIS to provide several services that meet the needs of people with disability. We can help you access aged care and disability services such as personal care, transport, and social support. With our support, you can achieve your goals and live a fulfilling life.
Commonwealth Home Support Programme
Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) is a government-funded program that supports and assists older Australians who need help living independently in their own home. Our Aged Care Disability Support Services work in collaboration with CHSP to provide a range of services that meet each client’s individual needs. We can help you access services such as personal care, home maintenance, transport, and social support. With our support, you can maintain your independence and live a comfortable life in your own home.
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