AccessCare

AccessCare

In life, we know to expect the unexpected. A fall, a loss of confidence, a recent diagnosis or the loss of a partner − whatever your personal situation, AccessCare can help. We can connect you with the government funded support services you need to remain living independently at home.

AccessCare is a not-for-profit home care provider managed by Kingston City Council, supporting people in the southern Melbourne area. As a specialist in care management, with AccessCare you will have a dedicated, tertiary qualified adviser who has extensive experience in home care. Your adviser will listen to you, help you access the support services you need and make the most of your Home Care Package. Your adviser is your guide. They work with you every step of the way to improve your quality of life and reduce your stress and worry. It’s a long-term relationship that will maximise your independence as your needs change.

AccessCare’s wide range of care and support services include:

  • Care management
  • Personal care
  • Meals and shopping
  • Housework and laundry
  • Transport and social outings
  • Gardening
  • Home modifications
  • One-off maintenance jobs
  • Nursing care
  • Respite care
  • Specialised healthcare

To speak with one of AccessCare’s friendly consultants about home care services, call today by clicking on the phone number to the right.


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AccessCare Client Diane Heads to Granddaughter's Wedding with Help of Support Worker

on Wednesday, February 26, 2020

A wedding is one of those occasions that stays with you, a memory that lasts forever. For some people the celebration can also be stressful, particularly if they are caring for a loved one.  This was the case for Christine, who cares for her mother Diane aged 88, a client of AccessCare. Christine’s daughter, Diane’s granddaughter, was getting married. The family was very excited but also concerned about Diane’s health at the wedding.  

5 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Home Care Service Provider

on Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Not all home care service providers are the same. It’s become a confusing area for many people, so AccessCare have put together the top five questions to ask service providers when you are shopping around.

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