At HenderCare we would like to remind people we have a zero tolerance policy towards abuse, neglect and violence of those in the disability sector.

While in the midst of coronavirus (COVID-19), HenderCare has continued to provide care to clients, adapting services where necessary.

Today is International Nurses Day, a day to celebrate and honour the incredible work of nurses around the world, especially during this time of COVID-19.


April Falls Month might sound a little like April Fool’s Day, but this awareness month is no laughing matter.

The COVIDSafe app was released by the Australian Government two days ago on the 27th of April with the aim of being able to monitor cases and controlling the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

During this time of the coronavirus (COVID-19) we understand that people may be feeling more anxious than normal. However, having contact and conversations with others is more important now than ever.

To thank team members for their contribution to our business and community, we are proud to offer our Staff Benefits Program.

With the Coronavirus (COVID-19) changing the way all of us go about our daily lives, the health industry is working to ensure that those who need continued care and support still receive it during this unusual period.

COVID-19 is having an impact on the way that people are accessing their regular health services.

With community social distancing now in place, many providers, including HenderCare, are looking at alternative ways to ensure clients are able to more safely access the services they need.

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.