Country Care closing attendant care services

I would formally like to announce it is with great sadness Country Care will cease to provide attendant care services as of June 30 2016. This decision has not been made lightly and is due to personal health issues. I would personally like to thank Clients, Care Workers and Professional Health Workers who have supported Country Care over the past 24 years.

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other matters can be dealt with by contacting John on 0419 899 031 

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Attendant Care are those activities where your personal care needs are met in your own home, which may include assisting you with:

  • eating
  • dressing
  • bathing
  • shaving
  • personal hygiene
  • lifting/transferring
  • taking of medication

Attendant Care Workers can also assist with personal management tasks such as:

  • writing and mailing letters
  • paying bills
  • making phone calls
  • shopping

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People with a disability have the same rights as other people in their community. They have the right to freedom, respect, equality and dignity. They have the right to fulfil their potential, to exercise control over their own lives, and to live free from abuse or neglect. People with a disability are some of the most vulnerable people in our society, therefore specific laws are in place that protect the rights of people with a disability.
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