Baptistcare - Home Services

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Understanding that people want to live in their homes as long as possible, Baptistcare offers personalised services to make this happen.

Baptistcare can help with nursing care, jobs around the home, shopping and even getting you out and about and social in the community.

Support can come in a number of ways:

  • Home care packages program – funded by the Australian Government. Client needs an ACAT assessment to be eligible.
  • Private arrangement – client does not need an ACAT assessment. Services can be delivered at an agreed cost.
  • Veterans’ Home Care – available to veterans and widow/ers through a referral from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA). Client must first contact the DVA.

Types of services include:

  • Health – nursing care, medication management, continence management and wound care. Allied health support including physiotherapy and occupational therapy.
  • Community – transportation to medical and other appointments, social outings to help client remain engaged in community.
  • In-home – personal care including help with eating, showering, getting in and out of bed. Domestic assistance including cleaning, laundry, ironing, preparing or delivering meals and shopping.

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A Dream Come True for Lee Kernaghan Fan

on Tuesday, September 3, 2019

While going to a music concert is something most people take for granted, for 72-year old paraplegic and Baptistcare Home Care customer Susan Edmonds it can be a logistically and physically challenging experience. But when the country music fan heard Australian music legend, Lee Kernaghan, would be playing at the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre in August, there was no way she was going to miss his show.

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