What is personal care?
Personal care with Community Vision is dedicated help in your home that supports you and helps you to maintain some areas of your personal care that may have become a challenge. It is one of the pillars of our Home Care Services program and it offers you high quality care that is tailored to your individual needs.
Sometimes, we need access help to keep us where we want to be, living at home. The exact nature of that looks very different for every person, which is why we offer tailored individual services. Our trained and experienced staff deliver peace of mind that no matter what you need, they can help by providing you with just the right level of support that you need, day or night.
How can personal care help me?
Community Vision offer a wide range of services and help you tailor your services to meet your needs. Some of the ways that personal care can help include:
- Clinical/Nursing support – helping you to manage your medication, handle wound treatment and first aid support.
- Hygiene support – helping you maintain your personal hygiene routines.
- Grooming and dressing support – supporting you to dress and helping you to find strategies to make this process simpler.
Why would I use personal care?
Community Vision provides services based on your needs and personal goals. We offer regular reviews to ensure that your care plan stays up-to-date and provides you with every opportunity to support and assist you to live your life to its fullest.
Our dedicated staff will look after you and will help you maintain your independence and confidence at home so that you may continue to live your life, your way.
To discuss a personal care plan that’s tailored to meet your needs, contact Community Vision on 1800 968 754.
It was on the 1st of March, the first day of Autumn. A day out had been planned for our Clients to go out for a picnic at Matilda Bay on the beautiful Swan River. We packed up all our gear, chairs to sit on, stable trays, sandwich lunches, prepared for us by Lynn Rix, and the usual picnic box with all our teas, coffee, milk,etc.
We set off from Woodvale Social Club – Sue Russel and Moi. On board with us were Martha, David, Ida, Lisbeth, Connie, Anna and Sue Jones. The scenic journey took us just over 40 minutes. We arrived to a very busy scene at Matilda Bay. A group of students, possibly over a hundred, were also in the picnic mode and we had to nip in to grab a table in the shade.