Disability

  • As we enter a new phase of COVID-19 management in Australia, we thought it would be helpful to remind those accessing the NDIS of some useful information regarding testing, vaccinations and PPE. Click the link below for further information.

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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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  • Get to know us: SIL services

    • December 2021

      1 min

    SIL services are designed for participants who typically reside in a shared home and are looking for support to live as independently as possible. SIL services include help with, or supervision of, daily tasks, and at HenderCare, we focus on delivering services to help increase the independence of participants. Whether you have lower, standard or

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  • Did you know HenderCare’s CEO is a registered nurse? We spoke with our CEO, Amanda, about why she is so passionate about providing quality services for those on the NDIS.

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  • Did you know, HenderCare opened its doors in Adelaide in 2004! As an experienced NDIS service provider, it’s our job to support you by providing disability services to help you achieve your goals and strengthen your capacity to live confidently in your community.

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  • After becoming an above leg amputee, Patricia decided to share her story with other amputees to help them process the impact that becoming an amputee may have on one’s life.

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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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  •    In the role you will be providing services across a 24-hour roster, 7 days a week. Shifts will include morning/afternoon and overnight shifts for clients requiring complex care. This role is ideal for caring and experienced individuals who want to work with an employer where caring is valued. Although this position is advertised

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