From big cities to rural towns and remote communities, aged care providers across Australia will once again be opening their doors and welcoming members of their local communities.
This is the third year Australia has participated in what has become an international movement to promote community understanding and involvement in the care of the elderly as well as their families. Information about local services will be available on Friday in the form of tours by facilities in people’s local area.
By opening their doors on National Open Day, aged care service providers will showcase what they offer to their local community.
Careseekers believe the more transparent providers are about what they can offer current and prospective residents, the better equipped individuals are to make informed choices about their care.
Careseekers actively supports families both in their home, as well as in residential and aged care settings, to maintain their independence and community participation.
For more information visit www.nationalopenday.com.au, or for in-home support contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To become a care or support worker, please visit www.careseekers.com.au/carer
To find aged care services, please visit https://www.careseekers.com.au/services/aged-care-workers
To find disability support services, please visit https://www.careseekers.com.au/services/disability-support-workers