Asking for help doesn’t mean losing your independence; it’s quite the opposite. Getting a little help in your home and with daily activities means you can live independently in your own home for longer.
Using your funding to receiving a little assistance with preparing meals, cleaning your house or maintaining your gardens, can take the burden of these tasks away from you. We can also assist you with self-care tasks, attending appointments and community activities. Livable, a not-for-profit registered home care provider, supports residents over 65 years to continue living in their own homes.
Livable’s Manager Aged and Disability Services, Nicole De Arman, said that once older Australians are approved through My Aged Care, choosing the right provider is key to living independently in their home.
“When you first meet your home care provider, you should feel instantly comfortable”, Ms De Arman said. “The right home care provider should listen to your needs, walk you through the process and give you control over your daily routine.”
“At Livable, we are fortunate to have experienced, caring and reliable staff from diverse backgrounds, in health or hospitality, that cater to a wide range of needs. Our clients choose their dedicated support worker based on the tasks they require and are always included in their care,” she said.
With more than 30 years of supporting senior residents, Livable strives to make a positive difference to those they support.
“Our motto is to always deliver”, said Direct Services Leader, Rachel Landrigan. “We understand how important our role is to someone’s life as we could be the only person they see that day. We have a strong culture of caring for our community and we’re passionate about giving our clients the dignity, respect and choice to live their best life, their way.”