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Kincare - HACC Personal Care Services

Personal care refers to assistance with daily self-care tasks in order to help a service user to maintain appropriate standards of hygiene and grooming. The services include assistance with (or supervision of) bathing, showering or sponging, assistance with dressing and undressing, assistance with shaving, hair care and grooming. Limited nail care - hands. Assistance with mobility in and out of bed and transfers, assistance with therapy programs, assistance with fitting and use of appliances eg splints, callipers, and hoists. Assistance with hearing aids and communication devices. Self Medication.

Suite 302, Building A
12-14 Solent Circuit
Suburb: BAULKHAM HILLS
State: NSW
Postcode: 2153

1300 733 510

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Personal care refers to assistance with daily self-care tasks in order to help a service user to maintain appropriate standards of hygiene and grooming. The services include assistance with (or supervision of) bathing, showering or sponging, assistance with dressing and undressing, assistance with shaving, hair care and grooming. Limited nail care - hands. Assistance with mobility in and out of bed and transfers, assistance with therapy programs, assistance with fitting and use of appliances eg splints, callipers, and hoists. Assistance with hearing aids and communication devices. Self Medication.

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I have a prickly case of a family from NZ not eligible for any benefits through Centrelink or the Govt Farm Household Allowance.
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We can get them food and some relief on school costs and fodder but looking to find info on where I can send them for some help for the next 3 months with general bills? With the crisis in the dairy industry at the moment they are producing milk at a higher cost than what they are getting for it (as are hundreds of other dairy farmers). They have a good, established farm, want to stay in Australia and want to keep dairy farming. All they need is some help to get through this stage until the husband gets back on his feet.
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