Just what you need

No your support options.

Receiving support at home means different things to different people so it’s important to know there are options for how you can use your Home Care Package.

While you may opt for more common services that include housekeeping, home and garden maintenance or transport, there are plenty of tailored service options too.

We have helped dozens of customers to use their Home Care Package to implement services that allow them to remain living at home as they grow older.

We’ve helped tailor a Home Care Package to include motor vehicle modifications so our customer can self-drive for longer and we’ve even arranged a ‘talking’ microwave so our sight-impaired customer knows what’s cooking.

The Tipping Kettle one of our customers was able to purchase on her package allows her to make a cuppa safely, without having to lift the heavy kettle filled with boiling water.

And at Suncare we know there is nothing lovelier than interaction with a pet. So we can arrange for pet services, allowing you and your therapist to spend some special time with a sociable four-legged friend.

At Suncare, it’s all about putting you in control by providing opportunity to choose the services you need, those that suit your particular lifestyle.

Our Suncare Team is here to help guide you through your in-home care options. We’ll explain the funding that’s available and how to navigate the system to access the services you need.

Since 1970 Suncare has specialised in delivery of in-home services for older Australians. We provide services throughout central and South East Queensland including the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gympie, Hervey Bay, Bundaberg and Rockhampton regions.

At Suncare Community Services, we know that your Home Care Package is best used when it’s tailored to you. Let us help you make the most of your options so you can live life on your terms.

For more information, please contact Suncare at 1800 786 227 or visit the website at www.suncare.org.au

Other News

On the trail of wine and food

The Granite Belt is Australia's highest wine country region, sitting 900 metres above sea level, with a vast countryside, working farms and quintessential towns...

U3A Expo of Activities wins over new members

An Expo of the activities offered by U3A Rockhampton and District was held at Frenchville Sports Club on 6 February. An open invitation to...

New Noosa group brings scrabblers out of the woodwork

It’s no exaggeration to say that Noosa woman Megan Marks loves Scrabble. The woman known as ‘Mad Scrabbler Meg’ loves it so much she’s...

Robyn enjoys the sweet life

Sunshine Coast cake artist Robyn Brown may have retired from the public services a couple of years ago, but she is busier than ever...

Double delight when ABBA meets Queen

It promises to be double the delight when the Sunshine Coast’s premiere vocal group, Oriana Choir, presents the music of ABBA and Queen on...