At myHomecare we understand there may be times in our life that we may need a little help. This may be to get the day started, getting out and about and help around the home. A Home Care Package can support you with a range of complex care needs to live independently in your own home.
A Home Care Package uses a consumer-directed care approach to make sure the support suits your needs and goals, aimed at enhancing your quality of life in your own home.
There are 4 levels of Home Care Packages — from level 1 for basic care needs to level 4 for high care needs, using a coordinated mix of services that can include: help with household tasks, equipment (such as walking frames), minor home modifications, personal care and clinical care such as nursing, allied health and physiotherapy services.
As a leading provider of Home Care Packages, myHomecare has been approved by the Government to deliver subsided care and services to older Australians.
Eligibility for this program is based on your support needs and age. If you’re having trouble with everyday tasks and feel that ongoing help and support could improve your health and wellbeing, a Home Care Package could be right for you.
To be eligible for this program, you must be aged:
A face-to-face assessment will determine eligibility and ensure that the right services are made available to those that need them. If your needs are more complex, a Home Care Package could be better suited to you.
Services that keep me well and independent
Services that keep me connected with my community
Services that keep me safe in my home
After you have been assessed and approved by My Aged Care you will be placed on the national queue for your Home Care Package to be assigned.
The time you will have to wait to be assigned from the time you are approved for a package on the national priority system, is based on:
There is a lot of demand for Home Care Packages, so you may need to wait a while before My Aged Care have a package available to assign to you. It’s important to contact myHomecare to discuss your options. You might be able to access interim services whilst you wait, so you can get the support you need to remain living at home whilst you wait for your HCP – just give us a call and we can talk you through your options.
The total amount of funding in a Home Care Package budget is made up of:
The Government and the care recipient pay these amounts directly to the provider.
In accordance with the myHomecare fees policy, no client who is genuinely financially disadvantaged is refused service.
myHomecare services are planned to meet the individual needs of clients. Care Plans are developed with consideration for a client’s specific language, cultural and religious requirements. myHomecare maintains close working relationships with local Veteran, Dementia, CALD and ATSI communities. If you would like to discuss your particular requirements please contact us.
There are a number of government-funded packages available, based on your individual needs and allocated funding by the government and if applicable, how you want to pay for your service provider.
There are two types of funding for veterans and family.Learn more
Transition care helps you recover after a hospital stay.Learn more
Entry level support for help with daily tasks.Learn more
For over 20 years myHomecare’s pioneering businesses have been offering their clients a simple way to access the full range of in-home services under a private funding arrangement. Learn more about private funded care