Aged Care Services
Aged Care Services
As a family member of someone in need of aged care support, you want the best for your loved one. You want them to be safe, comfortable, and well taken care of.
That’s where Supreme Care comes in. We provide comprehensive in-home care services that are designed to help the aged in need of support live their best life. Our services range from personal care, such as bathing and dressing, to household tasks, such as cooking and cleaning, and everything in between.
Our team of highly trained professionals is always focused on what’s best for your loved one, providing them with the care and support they need to live their best life.
So why settle for anything less? Choose Supreme Care and experience the difference for yourself.
Explore how we can help you!
Domestic assistance helps you live happily and safely in your home and do the things that are important to you.
Companionship care supports the social and emotional wellbeing for people who are feeling isolated or lonely, whilst alleviating some of the pressure from family members.
Supreme Care will support you with washing, oral care, bathing and dressing. Haircare and shaving. Skincare and care of toenails/fingernails. Assisting with visits to the toilet or changing incontinence aids.
Supreme Care works in collaboration with a number of Allied health Services to provide services such as, Dietitians, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapists, Psychologists & more.
Nursing interventions for our Seniors includes care including intensive care or daily care such as feeding, bathing, range of motion, turning. Enabling the senior to perform his or her own hygiene and grooming.
Meals on Wheels is for anyone who is no longer able to prepare meals or has difficulty preparing their own meals. This may be due to age, disability, or a temporary condition.
Supreme Care assist in organising Meal on Wheels for all our clients.
Watering, fertilising, and treating soil. Pruning hedges, shrubs and trees, and lopping branches where necessary. Mowing lawns and trimming or weeding garden beds. Spraying and treating plants to control disease or insects
Social support can include perceived emotional support, instrumental support (e.g., direct assistance such as transportation: assist you to attend non-emergency medical appointments, shopping, and social outings.), and informational support.
Caring for the golden years, with Supreme Care.
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Empowering Senior Australians to live life to the fullest, with Supreme Care.
Committed to ensuring that our clients receive the support they need to live independently and comfortably in their own homes.
Our support workers are skilled in providing a wide range of services including personal care, home maintenance, transportation, meal preparation, and companionship.
Different levels of support for
in-home aged care
What are the different levels of support in your in-home aged care service?
We offer a range of services including:
Frequently Asked Questions
Aged care refers to a range of services and support provided to elderly people who need assistance with their daily tasks or require specialized medical care. Aged care can be provided in a person's home or in a residential aged care facility. The aim of aged care services is to improve the quality of life of elderly people, support their independence and dignity, and help them to remain active and engaged in their community for as long as possible.
Aged Care services include Home Care Packages, Residential Aged Care, Short-Term Restorative Care, and the Commonwealth Home Support Program. Home Care Packages provide elderly people with support services to help them stay living in their own homes for as long as possible. Residential Aged Care provides full-time care in a purpose-built facility for people who are unable to live independently. Short-Term Restorative Care provides support to help people regain their independence after an illness or injury. The Commonwealth Home Support Program provides a range of entry-level support services to help elderly people maintain their independence.
If your loved one has difficulty performing daily tasks such as bathing, dressing, and meal preparation, or requires specialized medical care or supervision, they may need aged care services. Some signs that may indicate that aged care services are needed include difficulty walking or moving around, forgetfulness or confusion, frequent falls, changes in mood or behavior, and difficulty managing medications.
As an approved provider of in-home aged care services, there are a range of approved home care packages that we can put together so you can live a full and happy life at home. We offer the government’s My Aged Care packages which are made up of four levels, designed to give you the care you might need now but then can also be adjusted if your needs change in the future. Home Care Levels 1 and 2 help people with basic or low-level care needs; Levels 3 and 4 help people with intermediate to high care needs. Alternatively, if you are a privately funded client, we can tailor a customised home care package based on your needs.
- Personal services
- Social support
- Nutrition, hydration, meal preparation and diet
- Continence management
- Mobility and dexterity
- Nursing, allied health and other clinical services
- Modifications to the home
To access aged care services in Australia, individuals need to undergo an assessment by the Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT). Based on the assessment, they will be eligible for certain types of aged care services and will be provided with a care plan. The care plan outlines the services that will be provided, the frequency of the services, and the expected cost.
Aged care services in Australia are regulated by the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission (ACQSC) and must comply with strict standards for quality of care and support. Providers are required to undergo regular assessments to ensure they are meeting these standards, and complaints can be made to the ACQSC if there are concerns about the quality of care being provided. Clients can expect to receive person-centered care that is respectful, compassionate, and tailored to their individual needs and preferences.