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We can provide as little or as much support as you’d like at home, whether it’s your own home, a private rental or community housing. Whether you have complex support needs or just need some additional support in your home, we’re here to help!
We can be on hand as little or as much as you need. We listen to your individual needs and wishes to develop a roster where qualified support staff can drop in to provide specific support at specific times, or be on hand up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This enables you to manage what you received and when you receive it, so that it fits in with your schedule and lifestyle.
You are encouraged and supported to be responsible for the running of your home and to manage your daily living expenses such as household costs and personal expenses. If you are living in shared or rented accommodation, your tenancy agreement can be established in your own name and we will support you to manage tenancy obligations such as inspections and furnishing your home.
You will also be supported and encouraged to be active within your community as much as you wish and are able to.
To talk to someone about in-home support, call us on 1800 112 112 or email us here