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Dementia and the effect is has on relationships.

As dementia progresses, your relationships are almost certain to change. It is easy to feel isolated and alone if you or someone you care for has dementia. Keeping in contact with others is good for people with dementia because it can help keep them active and stimulated.

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What is a Home Care Package Care Plan?

When you begin a Home Care Package with a service provider they will meet with you to discuss your individual care plan. This is your opportunity to indentify and plan with your provider what you would like to achieve through your Home Care Package – your goals.

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Signs home care is required

Sometimes recognising that someone is no longer able to take care of themselves at home can be tricky. It is possible that people will not admit they need help, because they are too proud and do not want to lose their independence.

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What is palliative or end of life care?

Palliative or end of life care is support for people who are in the final days, months or years of their life. The goal of this care is to assist a person to live as well as possible until they die, and to allow them to die with dignity.

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What's life like with Better Living Homecare?

Want to switch Providers? With us it's easy!

We make it seamless for clients to switch to Better Living Homecare. We take over the process for you and coordinate with your previous provider to ensure continuity of care. If you’re interested in keeping your care workers we will do our best to make that happen.

Want to learn how to make the switch?

Still researching? Here's the perfect guide for you.

In this free e-book you’ll discover some of the ways to better maximise the value of your Home Care Package. Whether you have a package and are thinking of switching providers, have a new Home Care Package, are waiting or are thinking of applying, this guide will help you on your journey.

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