As you get older, living independently in your own home can become more difficult. Asking for help doesn’t mean losing your independence, it’s quite the opposite. Getting the care and support you need means you can stay independently in the comfort of your own home. Having care at home may mean you remove the need to move into a nursing home or delay the process in having to make this decision for many years to come.
Today, there are services that accommodate in-home care, meaning your loved-one can receive quality care in the comfort of their own home without moving to unfamiliar places. BCD support your loved ones to be able to remain living safely in their home.
Understanding it can be traumatic planning and moving into an aged care facility or nursing home, BCD offers to bring quality care to you. By collaborating with you, your GP, allied health teams and your loved-ones, BCD ensures individualised care plans to meet all of your health and well-being needs.
At BCD we support the life you want, our customers, their carers and families get to choose the care they want, when and where they need it most. Services are personalised and take into account all aspects of your wishes, culture, surrounding and health needs.
A friendly, trained BCD team member will come to your home to assist you with personal care, this can include bathing, toileting, dressing and grooming. Our domestic assistance includes general household duties such as cleaning, cooking and shopping. An experienced and friendly BCD team member will guide and encourage you to participate and engage in the activities that are important to you, giving you a sense of independence and social interactions within your own community. Our in-home respite services give carers the opportunity to have a break from their caring role while maintaining safety and peace of mind. We also offer transportation services whether you need to go to the stores or regular appointments or to any of your activities, BCD will get you to your destination of choice.
Home care is more than assisting clients with activities of daily living. Of course, those tasks are critical to people’s care, recovery and function as they recuperate from illness, an accident, or are coping with chronic medical conditions. But BCD brings something special to an elderly’s life – companionship and respect.
BCD want to make it easier for older people, their family and their carers to receive support and access Aged Care services. Reach out to BCD to learn more on how we can assist you to put in place the services you require.
Approved aged care providers have certain responsibilities. These are things like providing quality care and services, managing fees and charges and meeting Australian Government requirements, follow the link to learn more: https://www.health.gov.au/health-topics/aged-care/providing-aged-care-services/responsibilities-of-approved-aged-care-providers