Carer Support Programs

 

HACC Wodonga

From November 30 we will be providing HACC services in Wodonga. In partnership with Westmont Aged Care Services Ltd., eligible people with disabilities, the aged, and their carers will be able to access the full range of Home and Community Care Services. Generally speaking Westmont will be providing the "in-home" services, and we will be providing the "in-community" services such as activity groups at The Willows and respite at McFarland House.

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Older Carers Respite Program

This service is for parents aged 60 years and over, living in North East Victoria or the Goulburn Valley and caring for an adult with a disability.

The program arranges in-home activities, trips and outings, camps, special interest activities, day and overnight respite and planned or emergency respite.

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Support to Older Carers Program

The Support to Older Carers Program offers carers over 60 years of age (or 45 if Indigenous) planning and support for their current situation and into the future. The UnitingCare Goulburn North East Planner will discuss with the carers their current needs, in order to connect them with in-home assistance and respite options. Future planning could include connecting with disability, aged care or social services, facilitating a Power of Attorney, a Will or making a financial or estate plan. 

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Pastoral Care

The Pastoral Care Program provides a listening ear, emotional support and care in a non-intrusive, non-judgemental manner. It is available to staff, volunteers, residents, clients and their families and Board members of UnitingCare Goulburn North East.

Several Carer Support Groups and social groups are run as integral parts of the Pastoral Care Program.

The Pastoral Care program offers training in basic pastoral care for volunteers who would like to join our visiting program.

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Carers Support Group

The Carers Support Group is a gathering of carers who share experiences and learn from each other. It is an opportunity to get to know other carers, discuss services, learn about new services, enjoy a meal and feel part of the caring community.

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Grief and Loss Counselling

Grieving is not restricted to bereavement. People can grieve in relation to many losses in their lives inlcuding illness, loss of employment or security. Short-term counselling is available for people seeking assistance following their loss.

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