Get ready with friendly & caring Personal Care assistants.They can help you with your everyday personal care giving you more time to spend doing the things that matter most. Our service gives you the confidence to maintain a high standard of personal care and offers peace of mind to your loved ones. Read more
Relax & Refresh respite break provides you with a chance to take a break from your carer’s role & enjoy some time on your own. Our friendly In- home Disability Support Workers will visit & help with housework or running errands for a few hours while you & your Carer rest or relax at home. You can also choose to go out and about, exploring the town as a couple, enjoying a day on the water, or attending an event as a family. Read more
At Kinship Uniting Services, we understand that managing a chronic illness can be difficult. That is where our nursing team comes in. Our registered nurses provide you with medication management, pressure care and wound management, diabetes management, PEG, continence & bowel care. They also make regular home visits to help with your day-to-day health needs. We are committed to providing you with the same personalised service that you would expect from a trusted hospital nurse. Read More
Let Kinship Uniting Service provide the support you need to live well in your own home. With our domestic assistance service, our experienced carers will come to your home to help with the simple but essential tasks you have difficulty with, including preparing meals, doing laundry, pet care/washing/grooming, light cleaning & errands. This very personal service is provided by dedicated teams of people who are knowledgeable about your needs & interests.
COVID-19 Health Alert
We continue to closely monitor the situation and advice given by the Department of Health on a daily basis. For the latest status and resources available on the COVID-19 Coronavirus please visit the Australian Government Department of Health for guidance.
Because we care about all of you and want to know if there’s anything we can do to help. We are committed to infection prevention by monitoring for the latest viruses and bacteria, Taking COVID tests weekly for emerging infections, increasing our hand hygiene compliance, educating our healthcare providers/staff with the most current protocols and encouraging them to report any unusual or concerning symptoms.
Are you a carer of a person with a disability? It can become very exhausting if you don’t take a break. Kinship Uniting Services provides In-home care for people with disabilities and respite care services, so you can take a break.
How does the NDIS get in contact with people when the Scheme starts in a new area? This depends on whether you are already receiving disability supports. If you currently get disability supports, we will contact you when the NDIS is available in your area. If you are not currently receiving supports, you willContinue reading “How does the NDIS get in contact with people?”