We chat to a care worker Loretta about her typical day
Starting out as an NDIS Disability Support worker on Careseekers? You will be working directly for NDIS participants and it is important that you understand the ins and outs of the NDIS. There are some terms that constantly get used and so we have written this blog to bring you up to speed.
Finding and hiring a care or support worker who is a good match for you or your loved one can make a big difference in terms of the care that is received. There
Taking care of someone with dementia can sometimes be challenging, especially if the person receiving care is a loved one.
There is nothing more important than finding a care or support worker who is a good fit for you or a loved one.
Although it should be a time of fun and festivity it is also a wonderful opportunity to make some plans for the year as a family unit, especially if you have elderly parents who are slowly getting less independent and perhaps needing care at home.
4 common mistakes people are making when choosing a support worker
Understanding and managing your parents’ moods as they age
As a self-managed NDIS participant you probably value choice, flexibility and control when it comes to managing your NDIS plan
This week on #CareTech Conversations we speak to Dimitry from [KISA.] KISA stands for Keep It Simple Always. That’s our motto. Make things as simple as possible. We manufacture mobile phones that are designed specifically to help people that are not capable of using modern mobile phones