Blue Haven Care provides a range of services to support people with a disability under the age of 65 years (50 years for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders)
These services can be tailored to the home environment, including nursing and respite care, domestic help, home maintenance, social support and personal care.
The experienced Blue Haven Care team can advise on which services will best meet your current needs, with the flexibility to change in future. Our team offers the very best in continuous in home support care services in a relaxed, attentive and caring way.
Our personal care service includes assisting people with showering, dressing, toileting, shaving, hair care, assisting with mobility, helping put on stockings, splints or callipers, monitoring self-medication and prompting to undertake a planned exercise program.
We offer one-on-one respite to give a carer time to themselves, via a volunteer or paid worker.
Our team is able to assist with domestic tasks if you are finding them difficult to manage on your own. This includes cleaning (floors, bathrooms and kitchens), changing bed linen and doing laundry. We can also assist with shopping for essential items and bill paying.
Taking care of the outside of a home often requires physical strength and can be difficult to maintain if mobility is limited or you are unwell. We offer regular lawn mowing or one-off assistance with garden maintenance, yard and garden clean up or rubbish removal, minor repairs and maintenance to dwellings, basic carpentry, small painting jobs, and basic plumbing such as replacing washers and minor leaks.
Interaction with others
If you live alone, our team offers friendly visiting to keep you company. We can also assist with reading correspondence, and card and letter writing.
Eligibility for Blue Haven Care Community Services
Please contact Blue Haven Care and a member of the team will arrange a time to meet with you and discuss your needs. Blue Haven Care will work in partnership with you to develop an individualised plan which supports social, psychological, physical and health care needs and enables maximum independence.
This is achieved through goal setting and connecting with informal and formal supports and services to meet individual needs. Wherever possible case managers help to develop a person’s skills to take control of their own situation, so they can continue to live independently in the home and be part of the community.
For more information please contact:
Tel: (02) 4232 0475 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org