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  • As the Chief Executive Officer of HenderCare, I wanted to personally update you on the evolving coronavirus situation and how HenderCare is working to protect your health, which include the precautions we are putting in place. Your health and your capacity to safely access the support services you require is of paramount importance to HenderCare. […]

  • Swallowing Awareness Day

    • March 2020

      3 mins

    Did you know today is Swallowing Awareness Day? Speech Pathology Australia is hosting Swallowing Awareness Day today, Wednesday March 18th, 2020. • Around one million Australians have a swallowing difficulty • Problems with swallowing can occur at any stage in life The focus for Swallowing Awareness Day 2020 is all about raising awareness for a […]

  • 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. We will continue to follow, and […]

  • Flu Vaccinations

    • February 2020

      3 mins

    If you are considering getting the flu vaccine this year, please refer to the below important information. Flu is easily spread. This health and safety initiative can reduce the impact of seasonal flu in your workplace and home. When you get the flu vaccine, you’re protecting yourself, your loved ones and those around you. And […]

  • It’s Time for Ovary-Action

    • February 2020

      3 mins

    Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month is all about prevention, as well as providing support to patients and families. February is Ovarian Awareness month As there is no early detection test for ovarian cancer, all women need to be aware of the symptoms. Around 1,550 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer in Australia each year, with more […]

  • Occupational therapists play a vital role in supporting those with a disability and older people; they help people to maintain and improve their independence and physical safety in some of life’s daily activities. We sat down with one of HenderCare’s occupational therapists, Emlyn, to discuss in more detail what occupational therapy involves. Tell us a […]

  • Feedback and Complaints

    • February 2020

      3 mins

    At HenderCare, we firmly believe that feedback is crucial in helping our business to grow. With a strong focus on continuous improvement, we have recently updated our Feedback and Complaints Policy. Below is a brief FAQ to assist you in best understanding the process and how to provide feedback or lodge a complaint. If you, […]

  • In this brief article we will provide you with some general information about the NDIA’s definition of Reasonable and Necessary. This information is relevant for all team members who provide services to NDIS participants and is important to understand. Reasonable & Necessary NDIS funds reasonable and necessary supports to help a person with a disability […]

  • Mandy De Cesare is HenderCare’s National Allied Health Services Manager. As an Occupational Therapist herself, Mandy has 29 years’ experience in assisting people living with disability and older persons. In this short Q&A Mandy sits down to explain why HenderCare is now offering allied health services and delves deeper into the range of services on […]

  • Thomasina (Tommie) Williams is a member of HenderCare’s Allied Health team. Working as our Senior Play Therapist, Tommie sat down to explain what play therapy is and how it can benefit children with a disability. In this brief Q&A, she covers the basics of play therapy and provides parents and caregivers with some tips about […]

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