Therapy

  • 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

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  • 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,

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  • 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

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  • 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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  • 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

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  • At HenderCare, we understand the essential role that allied health professionals play in both the disability and aged care sectors. We are thrilled to be introducing our own allied health team, led by qualified Occupational Therapist, Mandy De Cesare. Allied health professionals provide a range of therapeutic, goal-driven and individualised services to our community to

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  • At HenderCare we know that our business is only as good as the people we employ, and that’s why we employ the best. Nicola is one of our amazing Personal Care Workers who “My mum was diagnosed with dementia at the age of 65, so I felt like I wanted to go into that area

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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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  • 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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  • 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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