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At HenderCare, we have been closely monitoring developments and advice surrounding COVID-19 (coronavirus). During this challenging time, we wanted to assure you that we are committed to continuing with a 'business as normal' approach and are dedicated to ensuring the ongoing safe delivery of essential services in the community. 

Did you know today is Swallowing Awareness Day?

    As a provider of health and community care, we are closely following developments surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19).

    International Women’s Day in 2020 celebrates the theme #EachforEqual, recognising the importance of working together to create an equal world for everyone.

    Did you know that hearing loss is more common than heart disease, cancer and diabetes?

    This week we look at Hearing Awareness Week, supported by Deafness Forum Australia and World Hearing Forum.

    NDIS: explained

    February, 2020

    If you have any questions about the NDIS, this short video should help fill in those gaps. 
     

    The aged care system is complex and can be confusing. If you have been looking into aged care services for yourself or someone you love, we've put together a brief Q&A video to help you better understand the process to access in-home aged care services. 

    At 94, Gweneth has no plans to leave her home of 51 years. This is her story where she talks about the support HenderCare has provided and the value of her relationship with her regular support worker, "Mr Fix-it", Peter. 

    "The truth is, when it comes down to it, it actually makes life worth living."

    HenderCare's Disability Ambassador, Rachael Leahcar, recently met with inspiring client, Mandy, to talk about the impact HenderCare's services have had in her life since leaving hospital after an accident. 

    October marks Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and with over 13,000 Australians living with the condition, HenderCare has recently forged a philanthropic partnership with Down Syndrome Australia to help support advocacy networks for those living with Down syndrome.