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Your Comfort, Our Commitment: What’s New in Our Domestic Assistance Services

Our Domestic Assistance service is here to help you keep your home clean and comfortable. While the service is designed to help you with your daily activities, it is important to note that it is not a full house cleaning service. We have recently updated our Domestic A Services and Agreed Cleaning Agent & Equipment…

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Empathy in Every Step: Our Approach to Voluntary Assisted Dying in New South Wales

Foreword ADSSI Limited trades as Adssi In-home Support, Beresfield Community Care, Dungog & District Neighbourcare and Maitland Community Care Services. We provide a range of home support services (such as domestic assistance, personal care, transport, home modifications, clinical and end-of-life care) to older people, people who live with disability and those in palliative care who…

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Creating a Safe Haven: How Clients Can Ensure a Safe Workplace for Support Workers

As the calendar turns to October, we are reminded of the importance of workplace safety during National Safe Work Month. While workplace safety is typically associated with traditional office environments and factories, it’s crucial to recognise that safety extends beyond these settings. Our clients’ homes become workplaces for our dedicated support workers in home care.…

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Join our Stroke Recovery Program

Have you or a loved one had a stroke? We’re looking for people who have experienced a stroke or are caregivers for stroke survivors to participate in a community-driven initiative to enhance stroke recovery. The program will include integrating physical exercise, social interaction, and creative thinking activities (e.g., movement to music, art or singing) to…

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Embracing Dementia Action Week 2023: Building a Dementia-Friendly Future for All

Embracing Dementia Action Week 2023

Dementia Action Week 2023 is upon us, and it’s an opportune time to reflect on the strides we’ve made in understanding dementia, reducing stigma, and improving support systems. This week, we acknowledge the significance of fostering a more inclusive and compassionate society for individuals living with dementia. Join us as we delve into three crucial…

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Accessing Aged Care: Seeking support from an advocate

Accessing Aged Care: Seeking support from an advocate If you’re seeking or receiving government-funded aged care services, you may need some support to determine what’s best for your situation. An aged care advocate can help. An advocate is an impartial person who can assist you in various situations – from understanding aged care services and…

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Wellness and Reablement; What is it and how is it linked to my care?

An elderly man and woman walking along a country road.

As we grow older, our physical and cognitive functionalities may start to decline. However, the beginning of wellness and reablement in aged care has proven revolutionary in preserving and enhancing these abilities. This article delves into the essence of wellness and reablement, its benefits, its application, and its undeniable role in maximising the quality of…

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Equity, Equality & The Voice

A Public Statement by ADSSI Limited We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we live and work. We pay our respects to the Elders, past, present, and future, and recognise the continuing connection and contribution to this land.    Here at ADSSI, we aim to help people live at home and in…

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MCCS Lifts All Support Worker Wages

Maitland Community Care Services (who are part of the Hunter and Central Coast home care and disability group ADSSI Limited) has announced that they will lift the wages of their aged care and disability support workers, following The Fair Work Commission’s recent decision to increase minimum wages by 15% for only some eligible aged care workers.…

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Managing Diabetes in Seniors: How Home Aged Care Can Make a Difference

Are you or a loved one an older adult managing diabetes? National Diabetes Week runs from 9 – 15 July, and it’s considered Australia’s biggest conversation about the impact of diabetes. As a dedicated carer or partner of an older person with diabetes, you understand the challenges that come with managing this chronic condition. However, you may…

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