There are many in-home services available to you when you receive funding approval.
You can access several aged care services under a variety of programs offered by My Aged Care, the National Disability Insurance Scheme and The Department of Veteran Affairs.
To get the right assistance, think about what you need. Maybe it’s a little help at home as you find it a little harder to do the things you used to do in the house and garden? Or, you may have recently been admitted to hospital, or a carer needs to take a break and you need some short-term care? No matter the circumstances, there are a number of services available to assist you.
Some of our key services we provide in remote, regional and rural communities are:
- Allied health such as podiatry, physiotherapy, psychology and nutrition
- Meal delivery
- Personal care such as bathing, grooming & dressing
- Dementia care
- Medication support
- Aids and sensors
- Home modification
You can find a full list of integratedliving services available on the Services page of our website. We outline what is included in each service, the benefits, how to get started, frequently asked questions and much more. A brochure is also available for download at the bottom of each page.
At integratedliving, our staff can assist in talking through your needs, what services you may require and how to apply for these. To get started call us on 1300 782 896, or you can register through our Get Started page on our website. One of our friendly staff members will contact you as soon as possible.
Watch our recorded Healthier at Home virtual forum and we will show you how to access aged care services, empowering you to live, feel and be well as you age.
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