Golden Heart Care complies with all NDIS Provider State and Commonwealth Government requirements for the delivery of quality and safe disability support services.
Golden Heart Care support services are specialized and detailed to Clients requirements.These include:
Assistance with household tasks – such as meal preparation and delivery, house or yard maintenance, cleaning and laundry.
Assistance with daily personal activities to enable people to live as autonomously as possible – such as personal hygiene, dressing, medication assistance; financial management, communication skills and lifestyle mentoring.
Assistive products for personal care and safety – provision of products designed to maximise an individual’s care and personal safety, such as beds and pressure mattresses, bathroom equipment, continence needs and specialised clothing.
Assistive products for household tasks – provision of products that assist people with domestic tasks in the home, such as cooking, cleaning, washing and general maintenance.
Assistance with travel and transport – provision of travel arrangements and support for people to access essential services.
Assistance with daily tasks in group or shared living arrangements to help individuals to live as autonomously as possible.
Participation in the community – including supported shopping, medical appointments, sporting and recreational events, social activities, visiting or making new friends, travel and transport and building confidence and social skills.
Interpreting and translating – assisting people so that they are able to communicate independently when engaging in essential personal, social or community activities where mainstream translation services are not available.
Assistance with life stage transitions, including mentoring, peer support, individual skill development, and decision making to support people to make transitions on their own terms and in a way that meets their goals and aspirations.
Assistive equipment for recreation – provision products that assist people when engaging in recreational pursuits (e.g., sport, exercise/fitness).
Community Nursing Care – this includes providing specialist care in the home for those who require a higher level of care and attention.
Development of Daily Living and Life Skills – including developmental-focused activities and training to enhance the person’s capacity to live as independent an everyday life as possible.
Innovative Community Participation – includes activities outside the scope of ‘Participation in the Community’.
Vehicle modifications – changes and alterations to equipment in a vehicle so that an individual can either drive or travel as a passenger safely.
Support Coordination – time limited support that focuses on addressing barriers and reducing complexity in the support environment, while assisting the person to connect with supports and build capacity and resilience.
Therapeutic Supports – supports to build people’s physical and mental health, in order for them to move with optimal mobility and interact with enhanced confidence and interpersonal skills.
Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) – provision of disability accommodation specifically designed and developed to meet the needs of people living with disability.
Specialised Positive Behaviour Support, including assessment, development of a plan aiming to limit the likelihood of behaviours of concern developing or increasing.
Specialised Supported Employment – provision of assistance with disability employment, including Australian Disability Enterprises (ADES).
Exercise Physiology & Personal Wellbeing Activities – promoting, training and encouraging people to engage in various physical workouts and exercise to improve their wellbeing.
Group and Centre-based activities – such as social outings and group and social activities on Golden Heart Care’s premises.
Home modification design and construction – designing and constructing for changes to a person’s home, including installation of equipment and fixtures and fittings, to enable people to live as independently and safely as possible at home.
Assistance with daily personal activities (High-Intensity), to enable people with more complex needs to live as autonomously as possible – supports are provided by personnel with additional experience/qualification.
Assistance to access and maintain employment or higher education – assistance and support with preparation for school leavers to find employment in either the supported or open job market, and in their transition through school towards further education.
Accommodation / Tenancy assistance – the provision of transition supports for people seeking a place to live, which suitably caters to their type and level of needs.