AccessCare

34 Brindisi Street
Mentone Victoria, 3194



Looking to stay living in your own home for as long as possible? Whether it’s getting back on your feet after an injury, help in the garden, a lift to the shops, staying involved in your community or more complex in home support, AccessCare does it all. AccessCare is a premium in-home care provider with a passion for caring for people.

Our support

  • Meal preparation, nutrition and shopping
  • Showering, dressing and grooming
  • Cleaning, laundry and household duties
  • Personal transport
  • Social activities and lunches
  • Nursing, clinical and other allied health services
  • Gardening  and home maintenance
  • Respite care
  • Pet care
  • Emergency after hours service
  • Dementia care specialists
  • Case management specialists

Why choose AccessCare?
AccessCare has over 20 years’ experience and is run by local Council, so we are deeply connected to the community and can link you with the very best services available. We are known for quality and being able to support the needs of all people. So there’s no need to swap providers if your needs increase, as our qualified consultants will continue to adapt your care plan as needed.  We are a little different to other providers. Here’s why -

  • Highly qualified. Our consultants are highly qualified and include psychologists, accredited social workers, nurses and occupational therapists.
  • Quality. Don’t just take our word for it – 91% of clients say they would recommend us.
  • Backed by local Council. Our processes, standards and quality are second to none.
  • Available 24 / 7. You will always be able to get in contact with us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year if you need to make changes to your care arrangements. 

Call the phone number above to speak to our consultants about how we can support you to stay living in the the familiar surroundings of the home you love. 

 
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5 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Home Care Service Provider

on Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Not all home care service providers are the same. It’s become a confusing area for many people, so AccessCare have put together the top five questions to ask service providers when you are shopping around.

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