It’s a lifestyle choice. Personal Care services provide a basic range of self care tasks to support people who would otherwise be prematurely …
The delivery of care in your own home can delay or prevent the need for residential care and ensure better support for both the person in need and their carers, who may be family or friends.
Day in the Life of a Community Care worker
Individual care plans are created that identify and fulfil care-recipient lifestyle wishes in consultation with carers, significant others and health professionals.
Feros Care At Home (also known as community care or in home services) helps people with different needs and aspirations.
Feros Care At Home services are provided by a dedicated team of professionally trained registered nurses, personal carers and hospitality staff.
Our staff have a passion for working with seniors and see it as a privilege to do so. All appointed staff undergo an extensive hiring process with interviews, professional reference checks and criminal record screening.
Deciding what combination of services from which program best suits your needs and circumstances is done in consultation with one of our qualified and experienced Feros Care Managers.
Access to some programs may be dependent on meeting Government determined eligibility criteria and in most circumstances a financial contribution of some sort is required.
Click on each service to read about the 5 Easy Access Steps to getting Feros Care At Home. Steps may vary depending on the type of home care required.
Feros Care operates a range of both Government funded and private service that cover a variety of services designed to meet your individual care needs. Care service types can include the following:
- cleaning and light housework
- personal laundry
- errands and shopping
- bill payments
- home cooked meals
- home maintenance
- lawn mowing
- light gardening
- spring cleaning
- pantry cleaning
- cupboard tidying
- pet care
- moving (in or out)
- showering and bathing assistance
- dressing and grooming assistance
- toileting and personal hygiene assistance
- continence management
- foot and nail care
- dietary planning
- assistance with meals
- LifeLink Personal Alarms and Monitoring
- Respite Care
- mobility assistance and equipment
- communication aides
- medication monitoring and assistance
- accompanied medical appointments
- correspondence and letter writing
- referral to support services
- schedules social transport
- counselling and chaplaincy
- exercise programs
- complementary therapies
- socialising and visiting
- community outings
- craft and hobbies
- volunteer activities
- falls prevention program
- memory support programs
- reminiscing activities
- life history documenting
- LifeLink Telecare Monitoring