integratedliving provides a range of services to help older Australians remain safe and well in their own homes as they age. We provide help at home, personal care, nursing, physiotherapy, podiatry services, home modification services, housekeeping, meals services and supported transport services. We’ve delivered close to one million hours of care for clients between 2019 and 2020.
Respite and social services help you stay socially connected and provide respite support for those who care for others. Our range of services include social outings, home visits, respite care, respite cottages and our Activity and Wellness Centres. We are also offering Virtual options for people who cannot travel, or do not live near a centre.
Our Wellness for Independence® programs focus on the prevention and early intervention, to keep you feeling well and living independently in your own home.
Health Services provided by expert staff help you stay healthy and manage chronic health conditions. Our healthcare services include nursing, palliative care, podiatry, occupational therapy, diet and nutrition, psychology, telehealth, short term restorative care, physiotherapy and dementia care.
Disability support services and activities for people living with a disability, include accommodation supports, independent living, travel and transport, self and home care, nursing care, community connections, exercise and gym facilities, meals and cooking, as well as carer support.
We are proud to have established award-winning Activity and Wellness Centres to support the wellbeing of our clients out of the home. Our Wellness Centres include state of the art gyms with specialised equipment designed for older people and a range of programs such as chair yoga. Our Activity Centres provide a wide array of creative activities to keep people engaged and connected.
To check what services are available in your local area you can use the Service finder tool on our website, as well as discover information on our centre locations.
Join us at one of our integratedliving Healthier at Home virtual forums and we can show you where to start accessing aged care services, empowering you to live, feel and be well as you age.
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