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  • Imagine this: sitting down at an easel with a nice hot cuppa next to you and nothing to worry about except which colour paint to select first. Sound relaxing? There is a reason that researchers, clinicians and healthcare workers often advise older individuals to engage with art as a hobby. Art, or art therapy, has

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  • Don’t fall this Fall

    • March 2022

      1 min

    Autumn is a beautiful season, but it is also a period with many slip and trip hazards. Twigs and wet leaves on the ground can pose a risk to those who may be unsteady on their feet. 

    HenderCare Physiotherapist, Maddy, recommends that if you have concerns about your balance, you can consult your GP.

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  • If you or someone you know is looking for a new provider and have simple or complex care requirements, we have the trained staff available to assist.

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  • Zoe joins the team as Allied Health Manager- WA. We recently spoke with Zoe to learn more about her role, her goals for the WA team and what inspired her to get into the industry.

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  • We’re still here to provide services over the festive period!
    Whether you need help with getting your home sorted for Christmas, are a last-minute shopper or are yet to put tinsel on the tree, HenderCare is here to support you right through the festive period.

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  • Speech pathologists study, diagnose and treat communication disorders, including difficulties with; speaking, listening, understanding language, reading, writing, social skills, stuttering and using voice. Our Speech Pathologists work with individuals who have difficulty communicating due to; developmental delays, stroke, brain injuries, learning disability or other problems that can affect speech and language. Speech pathologists also specialise

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  • CHSP stands for Commonwealth Home Support Programme and is a service that offers entry-level services for those who are 65 years or older (or 50 years or older for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people), providing support with tasks in and around the home. These tasks can include: Cleaning Shopping support (including shop by list

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  • The right support

    • June 2021

      3 mins

    For many NDIS participants, applying for funding is just one step in the process of accessing the supports they require – there’s also the issue of what to do with the money once it comes through. And it’s a huge concern, with a recent NDIS report finding 30 per cent of funding has gone unclaimed.

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  • Training for the future

    • June 2021

      3 mins

    Supporting clients with a range of complex medical issues means working in disability care goes beyond a paper qualification. Ongoing training and support from industry professionals and clinical experts is key to building a skilled workforce capable of providing the highest quality support to some of the most vulnerable members of society. “We make sure

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  • Tube feeding can help for a variety of different reasons, including: Problems with an individual’s mouth, oesophagus (food pipe) or stomach Swallowing problems which put them at a risk of choking and aspirating (i.e., food enters not only the oesophagus and stomach but also the lungs) Difficulty managing to take enough food by mouth to

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