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Home Care Packages

Find everything you need to know about Home Care Packages and get the support you remain living independently and safely at home.


3 signs your loved ones may need help at home

It is normal to feel concerned about your loved ones as they age. Have you noticed their house isn’t as clean as it used to be? Have you noticed they have difficulties doing some everyday tasks? You may even notice subtle changes in their memory. This can be a worrying.

Home care packages: costs and fees explained

Estimating the cost of Home Care Packages When it comes to Home Care Packages, it can be confusing understanding what is funded by the government and how much you may need to pay out of pocket. If you’re new to Home Care Packages and looking to learn more about the
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Preparing for your home care package

You’ve been approved for a Home Care Package and have been advised you’re on the national waiting list. What can you do during the wait time to prepare for your Home Care Package (HCP)? Avenues for short-term support Depending on the support you require, you may be eligible for help

5 things to look for when choosing a home care package provider

When it comes to Home Care Packages (HCP), choosing a reliable care provider is the most important step in getting the right support and a customised care plan that suits your needs. While there are many providers, each one is different. It is important to assess your priorities and ensure

Home care packages: 7 things you should know

Home Care Packages All you need to know Finding the right support to continue living life the way you want can sometimes be challenging. The government provides Home Care Packages with customised services and care to assist you to meet your needs and live at home safely and independently. When
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Meet Jack!

Exercise Physiologist Jack Carter answers a few questions about his role at ACH Group. Q: What is an Exercise Physiologist (EP)? A: Exercise Physiologists have a broad knowledge of health conditions and how those affect the body during times of exercise. We have the skills to deliver safe interventions for