Search for Home Care packages

in Queensland

Home help (also known as home care) is an alternative aged care service that allows you to remain living independently in your home, but with assistance with some tasks you may find difficult. In Queensland, there are a variety of home help providers that can tailor an home help care program to suit your care needs.

Home help can provide assistance with a range of everyday tasks including personal care, domestic assistance, nursing care, respite care, home & garden maintenance, transport and home modifications. 

Begin your search by entering in your suburb or the name of your desired home help provider above to view home help services in your area.

Excellence in Aged Care Celebrated at Better Practice Awards

on Wednesday, August 29, 2018

The winners of this year’s Australian Aged Care Quality Agency Better Practice Awards were celebrated at a dinner held in Sydney last week. The awards recognise innovation and excellence across Australia’s aged care sector.

Virtual Reality in Aged Care: The Future is Now at Bolton Clarke

on Friday, July 27, 2018

Bolton Clarke is expanding its work in the application of virtual reality technology into Residential Aged Care with a pilot that aims to improve resident experience and provide training opportunities for staff working with residents with dementia.

Applications Open for Record Aged Care Offering

on Monday, July 2, 2018

Existing and prospective aged care providers are encouraged to apply for a share in a record offering of more than 14,200 new aged care places, with a special focus on allocations in rural, regional and remote locations.

NDIS rollout to commence in Brisbane

on Thursday, June 28, 2018

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will commence rollout in Brisbane on July 1 this year, bringing relief to the 18.3 per cent of people with a disability living in Queensland’s capital (ABS 2015). Just Better Care Brisbane North owner Susanne Jones said the rollout would be a welcomed arrival for people living with disability, as well as their families, who urgently require funding to access essential community care services.

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