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Winter is hanging on and we encourage all our customers and staff to follow some simple tips to help keep yourselves and others safe on the roads this wet season.

HenderCare recognises our responsibility to provide reliable, high quality service to our clients. 

At HenderCare, we are lucky to employ some of the most amazing and caring staff to support our consumers and participants. Employing around 1200 staff nationally, our staff are making a positive difference to thousands of Australians who rely on external help. While we know that our staff are amazing, it’s always nice to hear this from our customers.

Diabetes Australia describes diabetes as a “serious complex condition which can affect the entire body. Diabetes requires daily self care and if complications develop, diabetes can have a significant impact on quality of life and can reduce life expectancy.” It has been shown that while there is no known cure it is possible to manage the condition.

If you currently receive aged care services and live in South Australia, we invite you to be a member of our South Australian Aged Care Consumer & Carer Reference Group.

First aid is a crucial skill for anyone who works in the aged care and disability sectors. All of our direct care staff have Provide First Aid (HLTAID003 or HLTAID004) certification. At HenderCare we regularly offer in-house first aid training including CPR.

The NDIS has published a case study exploring how collaboration and innovative thinking from digital start-ups are making a real difference to people with disability. 

We’re pleased to introduce you to the two newest members of the HenderCare team; Joanne Money, our inaugural State Manager NSW & ACT, and Mandy De Cesare, our new National Disability Client Services Manager.

Tuan is one of our valued Disability Support Workers in South Australia. Here, he shares his experiences supporting NDIS participants in reaching their goals. If you've ever wondered about the types of activities that HenderCare can support you with, this is definitely the story for you.

When it is also a tool for promoting inclusion, ensuring that people with a disability are able to access appropriate bathroom facilities when out in the community. As a Registered NDIS Provider and a strong supporter of inclusion, we are pleased to hear that $1.7 million in State Government funding has been allocated to build Changing Places bathroom facilities across South Australia.