Australia, 08, March 2016: Australian people reaching old age or those with disabilities can now benefit from an in-home social support service. It is thought the project run by Just Better Care will bring independence to some of the most vulnerable people in society. The team behind the service work hard to enable users to avoid care homes and other institutions. They do that by providing round the clock assistance to people who need it most.
The aim of the service is to develop opportunities for users to live their lives to the fullest. That could mean they get help in the home, or socially when out and about. The disability and aged programs are founded on understanding. They also focus on what matters most to the people living in local communities. So far, the company has employed more than 1200 specially trained staff to aid their ambitions. They’ve provided care for people living under 900 different postcodes, and they have more than 30 offices.
The most accessible care services on offer include:
* Disability Services
People working for Just Better Care will visit people in their homes and help them to live a comfortable and independent existence.
* Senior Services
Designed for elderly people, these services offer companionship and living support.
* Dementia Support
The specialists working for this company will help people to navigate the minefield of dementia. They’ll try to find the balance between managing the symptoms and living a healthy life.
* Respite for Carers
The team understands how can it can be to care for a loved one. That is why they now offer a respite service for carers. Someone will come to the property and provide support while the carer takes a much-deserved break.
Just Better Care offers many different services listed at www.justbettercare.com . Anyone with an interest should take a look to see how they could improve their situations.
Research shows that more than 2.6 million Australians provide unpaid care each year. It is hoped the good people over at Just Better Care can help to ease the strain and present some alternatives. They build strong relationships with users and try to create confidence with every visit. The goal is to keep elderly and physically-challenged people out of care homes, and they’re doing a fantastic job.
People who believe these services could be of use should contact the team today. All the relevant information is listed on their website, but their main contact details are published below. Regardless of the nature of the situation, they’ll try to come to a solution that helps everyone involved. They’ll even work with you to develop a suitable care plan.
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