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Domestic Support

Domestic Support services aims to help manage household tasks and maintain a clean and comfortable living environment. This service is particularly beneficial for individuals with disabilities and older adults who may face challenges in performing various chores independently.

The range of tasks covered by Domestic Support assistance for both NDIS participants and Aged Care Clients include:

  • Cleaning and tidying
  • Dusting, mopping and vacuuming
  • Organising personal belongings / de-cluttering
  • Laundry assistance
  • Changing of linen

Additionally, grocery shopping support and meal assistance / meal preparation can also be part of the service, ensuring both NDIS participants and Aged Care clients have access to nurtritious meals based on their dietrary requirements and necessary supplies around the home.

How does Domestic Support assist individuals?

The goal of Domestic Support is to enhance the quality of life by enabling NDIS participants and Aged Care clients to live comfortably and independently in their own home.

Overall, the service is designed to reduce stress factors. Household tasks may have become more challenging with age or due to disability. This frees up the time for individuals to be able to focus more on their personal interests and engage in activities that promote their well-being and social participation.

How effectively do support workers carry out these tasks?

Support Workers providing Domestic Support are trained to be efficient and respectful in performing their tasks while being mindful of the client’s privacy and preferences. They can offer regular scheduled visits, depending on the individual’s needs and care plan, or provide occasional assistance to accommodate varying requirements.