Community Services

Moving into residential aged care can be a daunting and unattractive prospect.

ASSISTING RESIDENTS TO REMAIN AT HOME THROUGH FLEXIBLE AND EFFECTIVE ALLIED HEALTH CARE

Supporting Old age resident via flexible, reliable and effectively designed health care. Obviously, it is the most difficult task to move to residential aged care as it may be daunting experience. So, most of the Australian prefer to allocate themselves to their own home for better experience. At the same time they require proper care as well but doesn’t get appropriate care. So, Local Health Care is always there to offer service to old age people and also empower and assist at the same time.

Our experienced and skilled staffs are always there to integrate a person’s lifestyle and calculate the needs of individual to meet the highest level of hospitality.

• COMPREHENSIVE INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENTS
• EDUCATION ON TREATMENT OPTIONS
• EVIDENCE BASED PROGRAMS
• ONGOING REPORTING
• EMPOWERING PARTICIPATION IN HEALTHCARE
• REFERRALS
• FAMILY CONFERENCES
• ONE-OFF OR ONGOING BASIS

Residential Aged Care

A team of health professionals who are dedicated to improving the delivery of allied health services at your home.

As you get older, you might find it hard to do household tasks or have health problems that make it hard to live in your own home. Sometimes, getting help at home can be enough to continue living on your own, however, if you can no longer manage, you may want to consider moving into a residential aged care (also known as nursing homes or residential aged care services). Local Healt Care provide safe and comfortable accommodation as well as ongoing healthcare, support and social interaction that can adapt to your changing needs.

Local Health Care homes provide a wide range of health and support services that cater to people with different health and lifestyle needs. Services range from help with daily tasks and personal care to 24-hour nursing & respite care services.

Respite care

If you or your carer needs a break, it is worth thinking about a short-term stay through a respite care program. Respite care can be a great way to get a change of scenery, give your carer a break and still get all the day-to-day help you need. Short-term stays are also a good way of ‘testing out’ a residential aged care home if you are considering moving in permanently.

NDIS Services

LHSA believe in giving back an Honest and Reliable Service.

We love taking care of you and your Family and believe in a better life for every Australian. We are an approved provider for NDIS and would like you to provide us an opportunity to take care of you and your family.

NDIS Registration ID 4-CBB9EX2 (ABN 42 610 822 574)