in-home & community support

Support at select times during the day and night to help with independent living

In-home care and community support can enable people living with disability to live a fulfilling life in their communities.

Our in-home and community services include:

  • Personal care and activities of daily living
  • Complex health support
  • Respite short-term accommodation
  • Medication administration
  • Pre and post-hospital admission support
  • Individual skills development
  • Emergency 24-hour response

Safe and quality support for people living with disability

With over 60 years of experience supporting and advocating for people living with a disability, we understand the needs of our clients.

Our support workers are a specialised team (previously known as HomeCare+ in regional SA), working closely with our in-house team of registered nurses to deliver services that increase independence and quality of life for people living with a disability in the community.

Enhance your lifestyle with assistance to achieve daily goals

Our support workers attend your home and provide assistance that enables you to remain as independent as possible and active in your community.

This can include:

  • Support to access community activities and services, including recreational programs
  • Assistance with Allied Health recommendations, such as passive exercise programs
  • Support to attend respite programs, vocational activities or community activities
  • Assistance with appointments, meetings, getting to work and more

Ask about our In-Home and Community Support Service

Frequently asked questions

Your Support Plan is developed by an Allied Health professional or Registered Nurse, in consultation with you. It details the support and tasks you want us to provide.

Your Support Plan is guided by the funding you receive for support, usually through the NDIS or Lifetime Support Authority.

People living with any disability who require assistance with the support we offer can access our services.

We ensure that you have a choice in how your services are implemented, working with others involved in your support, such as family members, support coordinators, community nursing or allied health providers.

Funding arrangements of schemes such as the NDIS, Lifetime Support Authority or WorkCover set out charges for support services, and we will not charge you more than is allowed by these schemes.

We will provide you with details of how much our services cost before you begin receiving support and whenever we need to change our costs (usually at the start of the financial year in July).