With an ever increasing demand for dedicated dementia care, and dementia carer respite, our new centre has been designed from the ground up to provide a safe, secure, environment for people with dementia.
As well as providing a purpose designed centre, we also ensure that our dedicated staff are fully trained and up to date with the latest care techniques. We work with carers to ensure that our support and services follow each individual’s plan to maintain the high levels of consistency that maximise effectiveness.
Seeking support for a loved-one suffering with dementia can be very stressful, why not come and have a chat to us to see how we can make life a little easier for you. Call us on 9531 2076 or email email@example.com for more information.
Maintaining independence is a major factor in maximising well-being and quality of life. Our Frail and Aged Support Services are there to help eligible people in the Peel region manage the day to day activities that can be challenging if you have to go it alone.
We can help you with your errands, like getting you to the bank, a medical appointment or a social activity, and our shopping support makes sure that you always have what you need in your pantry. Socialisation is important too, you can join in a wide range of activities at our Pinjarra Centre, from arts and crafts to games and quizzes. There are also regular outings and excursions to lunches, picnics and special events. Peel Community Care can also provide a range of in-home services, such as home visits for some regular companionship, and personal care and domestic support.
While our range of services is extensive, what works for one person doesn’t necessarily work for another, so we take a great deal of care in helping you to decide what support you need. Why not give us a call, you may be surprised at just what we can do to support you. Call us on 9531 2076 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Recent changes in the funding and delivery of frail aged and disability care mean that you now have increased control over what support you receive and who delivers your services, and we work with you to make sure that your package is just right.
We support a wellness approach to service delivery and encourage our clients, wherever possible, to be actively involved involved in their support services. Our caring and professional support workers will work with you to develop and deliver personal care and domestic assistance packages designed to help you remain independent and living in your own home. This can include tasks like washing floors and vacuuming, as well as personal care such as help with showering and medication management. We can also take on some of your outside jobs, like mowing the lawns and keep your paths, driveways and gutters clear and safe.
While the services you are eligible for can depend on an external assessment, if you are seeking some help to remain independent and living in your own home, why not talk to one of our support staff to get the ball rolling! Call us on 9531 2076 or email email@example.com for more information.
Ginny’s Place is our club developed especially for community members who have been diagnosed with a dementia related condition. The Club meets on a regular basis at our Pinjarra Centre which has been designed provide a warm and secure environment for Dementia sufferers. And, because many of the members are from within the local community, they are more likely to be mixing with people they may know, helping them feel safe and comfortable. Morning tea and lunch are included and our dedicated and caring staff are fully trained in Dementia specific care and our Centre.
Just because time is catching up with you, it doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun! Our Familiar Faces Club meets on a regular basis with a full schedule of passive and active activities from card games and bingo to museum trips, excursions and picnics. Our themed lunches are always good for a laugh and special presentations from speakers in a wide range of subjects will help to keep you engaged and motivated.
Our popular Wednesday Lunch Club visits a different restaurant each week. It’s open to everyone in the community and is a great way to meet new people and share a love of good food and conversation. As with all of our clubs, we will pick you up and take you home again afterwards and many of our members have met great new friends or reconnected with old ones.
Are you interested in getting out of the house to meet new people and enjoy new experiences? Do you have a special skill or interest you’d like to share, or one you would like to learn? We are always on the look out for new and interesting activities for our members. We are just a phone call away if you would like to know more about how our clubs can help you and you can help us! Call us on 9531 2076 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.