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  • Common Questions about the NDIS

    • November 2018

      4 mins

    The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has created a huge change in the way Australians with disabilities access care and support services. The NDIS provides people with a permanent and significant disability under 65 years access to support services that help them take part in everyday activities and achieve their goals. Common Questions about the

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  • Care and Support Opens New Doors

    • November 2018

      2 mins

    Thank you to the Sunday Mail for this great story on the weekend. The story highlights the importance of matching clients to the best suited team members and creating a continuity of service for a supported relationship. For Bannon Trenton, life changed the day she met Jackie Shovelar. For much of her adult life Trenton,

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  • It’s about to get hot!

    • October 2018

      3 mins

    Did you know that heat kills more Australians than any other natural disaster? Australian summers are notoriously hot and the summer of 18/19 is expected to be no different. Extreme heat can lead to a number of heat-related illnesses including heat stroke, heat exhaustion, heat cramps, sunburn and heat rash. With so many serious potential

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  • Bob Burns- Ambassador for Aged Care

    • September 2018

      2 mins

     Do you remember when…? This is the question that former broadcaster, Bob Byrne has been asking our community since 2013. What started as a small hobby has now blossomed into an online community of close to 180,000 followers and a series of published books. Adelaide Remember When and Australia Remember When are two Facebook pages

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  • HenderCare has become one of the first disability providers in Australia to transfer to the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission. HENDERCARE TRANSFERS TO THE NDIS QUALITY AND SAFEGUARDS COMMISSION HenderCare has become one of the first disability providers in Australia to transfer to the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission. Transferring to the Commission aligns with

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  • HenderCare recognises our responsibility to provide reliable, high quality service to our clients. We have implemented an integrated management system that meets the requirements of the following standards for which we have third party certification; Quality ISO 9001:2008, Safety AS/NZS 4801:2001, Environmental ISO 14001:2004 and the Attendant Care Industry Standard 2013. At HenderCare, we believe

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  • 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. Thinking outside the box when looking for solutions to longstanding problems is key to bringing about change. From a start-up that is 3D printing orthoses for children with disability, to

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  • 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. Delivered by Karina, who is a Registered Nurse and accredited first aid trainer,

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  • 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

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  • In 2004, we opened our doors in Adelaide. In the fourteen years that have passed, our team has grown across South Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia, Queensland, Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory. We’re taking a moment to celebrate our fourteenth birthday and acknowledge our team and the consumers, participants and referring organisations

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