When your loved one needs help at home with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, cooking, and cleaning, it can be frustrating to see them placed on a waiting list for anywhere from six to 12 months. Fortunately, there’s a new solution …read more.
As people age, they naturally require new levels of care. Even individuals who have always been highly independent can begin to need more assistance after a hospital stay, with the onset of Alzheimer’s disease, or just because of the natural ageing …read more.
If you have older loved ones who need non-medical help to live on their own at home, AgeSmart can help. AgeSmart is a new premium service designed to help older people and their families and carers access the exact combination of at-home help …read more.
Are you in need of aged care services on the Mornington Peninsula? AgeSmart makes it easy to access the assistance you or your loved ones need. The only company of our kind in Australia, we assess clients’ needs and then coordinate and manage a …read more.
When your family member requires stay-at-home care on the Mornington Peninsula, the responsibility for sourcing and implementing this care may fall on your shoulders. This can be an overwhelming task, especially if your loved one needs multiple …read more.
It can be hard to acknowledge the fact that your ageing parent now needs some assistance with their activities of daily living. The idea of hiring professional elderly care services on the Mornington Peninsula can be even more difficult to …read more.
If you’re providing aged care services in Manningham for a loved one, you’re aware of how overwhelming the demands of caregiving can be. Left unchecked, the stress of caregiving can take a toll on your health and relationships, eventually leading to …read more.
Rather than moving into a residential care facility, many older individuals prefer to live at home for as long as they can. This may be a good choice for you if you need limited to moderate assistance with activities of daily living and enjoy having …read more.
Whether you have been referred to AgeSmart by your GP or you or your carer have contacted us directly for assistance, we take a personalised approach to creating a unique care plan geared toward your specific needs for elderly care services in …read more.
Do you have ageing loved ones about whom you’ve started to worry recently? Maybe you’ve noticed that their home is not as clean as it once was, or that they are not bathing as frequently as they used to. Or maybe you’ve noticed that there does not …read more.
There are numerous aged care services on offer, but navigating the maze of providers is overwhelming, and older people living at home, their families and carers have been left on their own to do so for too long. People often find themselves …read more.
Older individuals living at home often need assistance with various activities, such as cooking, cleaning, bathing, and dressing. But there are also many other types of help often needed that aren’t related to personal care. These include …read more.
If you are a GP treating older patients who live at home, then you are familiar with how non-medical matters can affect certain aspects of their care such as their overall wellness, quality of life, and level of independence. It may be that you …read more.
Occupational therapy helps individuals to participate in activities of daily living. Occupational therapists work with people to enhance their abilities to do the things they need and want to do, or by modifying the activity or environment to …read more.
If you have assets, you need a will. It isn’t necessary that your assets be substantial, either. Disputes over assets are extremely common – even assets of little financial worth. Disputes such as these can be costly to an estate if court …read more.