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Many people in Australia use home care packages to help them stay in their own homes. But what are the options for spending your funding?

What are Home Care Packages?

A home care package is a financial assistance program that provides individuals with partial or full payment for in-home care services. These services can range from providing light housekeeping and meal preparation to full-time care for an elderly, disabled, or chronically ill person. There are a variety of home care package programs available across the country, each with its own eligibility requirements and funding sources.

Packages typically include both direct payments to the provider and Medicare benefits in addition to other government assistance programs like CHSP and NDIS. These packages can provide significant savings on care costs, making them an attractive option for families who are struggling to afford traditional in-home care services.

Some people choose to fund their home care package through savings or retirement income, while others turn to insurance companies or private organisations.

How do I Get Home Care Package Funds?

There are a few ways to get your home care package funded. One option is to contact your State’s Department of Aging or long-term care services. They can help you find funding sources and connect you with programs that provide home care services. Another option is to contact a private provider who offers home care packages. These providers typically have more than one package available, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs. You can also look into funding sources such as private insurance companies or other government assistance programs.

What Can I Spend My Funding On?

Home care packages can be spent on many different things, depending on the individual’s needs. Some popular items include groceries, medication, transportation, and personal care items. It is important to discuss what specific needs the individual has before making a purchase so that the package is most effective and affordable.

What Are the Benefits of Using a Home Care Package?

When considering whether or not to use a home care package, it is important to understand the benefits. A home care package can provide many important services, including help with bathing, dressing, grooming and cooking. 

It can also provide companionship and assistance with activities of daily living. Additionally, a home care package can help to improve the quality of life for the elderly or disabled person who needs it. 

It is important to consider all of these benefits when making a decision about whether or not to use a home care package.

Home care packages can provide many benefits for seniors and their families. They allow seniors to stay in their own homes, which is often better for their health and well-being. Easy Exercising are always happy to assist in providing home care packages. We help with getting care for disability and other health issues for elderly. We welcome NDIS participants at each of our clinics, using an NDIS self-managed or plan-managed approach to start your journey with Easy Exercising.

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