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Personal care

Helping you with hygiene, grooming and other personal care needs.


Maintaining your personal care helps you to stay well, feel confident and get out and about. 

There is no need to feel concerned about managing everyday tasks such as showering, toileting, grooming, dressing and taking the correct medication. We can help you feel your best and support you to maintain your independence.

  • Stay safe and prevent falls when dressing, showering and toileting.
  • Be confident that you’re taking the correct medication each day.
  • Be supported with the help of assistive products like shower chairs.

Pat is 101 and is still living at home with the support of integratedliving staff and her family. Carmel, Pat's daughter recently wrote:

“The team members who care for mum everyday have become like family. Thank you for supporting mum in her community.”

What's included?

Our personal care support can include assistance with:

  • Showering
  • Grooming
  • Dressing
  • Bathing
  • Medication management
  • Selecting aids such as shower chairs, bed rails and mobility aids.
  • Referrals to physiotherapy, podiatry and dietician.

Eligibility criteria*

  • You need to be aged over 65 or over 50 for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders.
  • Some services may be available to people aged under 65.
*Other eligibility criteria may apply Contact us for more info.

How can I pay?

There are several ways to access our services and programs, including the funding options outlined below.

Government Funding

Home Care Package, Commonwealth Home Support Program and Department of Veterans’ Affairs options.

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Private Pay

You can choose to pay for our programs and services yourself if you’re not receiving government funding.

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NDIS Funding

National Disability Insurance Scheme support for people with a disability under the age of 65 years.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Australian Government provides financial support to assist people to receive aged care services in their own home and at centre-based facilities. Your eligibility will determine the support you can receive with funding support assigned based on the outcome of your assessment. 

You may have recently noticed that your loved one is struggling with daily activities around their home or has a physical ailment that is impacting them on a more regular basis. Changes like these can be hard for people to accept, however having a conversation about how they are feeling and asking if they require any help, is a great start.

There are many services available to you when you receive funding approval.  

You can access several services or care under a variety of programs offered by My Aged Care, the National Disability Insurance Scheme and The Department of Veteran Affairs.  

When it comes to broaching the subject of home care services with a loved one, it’s important to remind them that asking for help does not mean they will lose their independence. Seeking assistance enables people to stay safe and well in their home for longer.  

Help in the home can start with something small, such as transport for groceries, or domestic assistance for cleaning once a week. As their requirements change, services can be altered or increased. More importantly, starting the assessment process for My Aged Care as early as possible means your loved one is already in the system, making it easier for re-assessment if there comes a time when they unexpectedly need more assistance at home (for example, post-hospital care). 

The support you need

Your needs are different to others and we understand that. Get started now or call us to chat about how we can help you stay living, feeling and being well.

Find more aged care services

You can choose which services you want and we’ll make a package tailored for you.