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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.

With a shared love of books, HenderCare client, Colin and author of Australia Remember When, Bob Byrne sat down to talk about some Australian classics.

We are delighted to inform our HenderCare employees that you are now eligible for discounted health insurance with Medibank when you sign up for their corporate hospital and flexi extras cover.

Charity organisation, Meals on Wheels (SA) has today issued a media statement in which they have outlined they are undertaking an urgent product recall of frozen meals after the discovery of listeria monocytogens in a roast lamb and vegetable meal.

At HenderCare, our priority is the health and safety of our clients and staff. That's why this year, we are offering all current HenderCare team members a chance to receive a free flu vaccination through Chemist Warehouse. 

15 Years of Care

February, 2019

HenderCare started on Jan 27 2004, with just one employee. Since those early days, we have grown to be a national organisation, employing 1,500 people and providing services to 41,000 clients. 

If you are a person living with pressure sores, or limited mobility, purchasing a bed and a pressure care mattress which helps with ease of movement and comfort is something you are likely to have considered.

Winter is hanging on and we encourage all our customers and staff to follow some simple tips to help keep yourselves and others safe on the roads this wet season.

HenderCare recognises our responsibility to provide reliable, high quality service to our clients. 

Diabetes Australia describes diabetes as a “serious complex condition which can affect the entire body. Diabetes requires daily self care and if complications develop, diabetes can have a significant impact on quality of life and can reduce life expectancy.” It has been shown that while there is no known cure it is possible to manage the condition.