Introducing Rebekah Rebekah is a Support Coordinator in our NDIS team. We asked her a few questions about herself and her role at Accept Care.
Introducing Virginia! Virginia is a Support Coordinator in our NDIS team. We chatted to Virginia about her background, her role at Accept Care and why she is so passionate about having a career in the disability sector.
There are more than 485,000 people living with dementia in Australia, with more than 1.6 million Australians involved in their care.
The benefits of Home Care Packages Home Care has become an increasingly popular choice for aged care support even before the COVID pandemic, as having a Home Care Package gives older Australians the option to continue living independently in their own homes for as...
Aged Care was a key focus of the 2020-2021 Federal Budget, coinciding with the Federal Government releasing its official response to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality & Safety.
Accept Care is excited to announce that we have hired a Counsellor Jade Austin to join our expanding team and have counselling services added to our array of service offerings.
A question we hear quite often from people asking us about Home Care options is “What is the difference between a Home Care Package and the Commonwealth Home Support Program?”
Over the past decade, Home Care has become an increasingly popular choice for aged care support. This was reinforced in August 2020 at The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety which heard that, due to COVID-19, people would most likely continue to...
It can be difficult to consider, but it is likely that your parents may get to a point in their lives when they need help or support to continue living safely and comfortably in their own home.
One of the key considerations when seeking aged care help is, of course, the level of support you receive, and the costs associated with that support. In this blog, we discuss the key difference and costs associated with Home Care vs Residential care.