Support for elderly and people with a disability Whittlesea Council. We provide support and services to assist people to live independently and comfortably as part of the Commonwealth Home Support Program. Find out more about: These services are available to residents of the City of Whittlesea who are either: an older person who is frail, or at risk a person with a severe or moderate disability a carer of a person with a disability a carer of an older person. Our friendly team can meet with you to discuss what kind of support is best suited to you, your carer or family. Unfortunately we do not provide transport, however there are a number of community organisations who provide this service. How to apply for support. We assess each request for support services in their home to determine their needs and eligibility.
Respite Care can be provided in your home or in. is a leisure respite program funded by Home and Community Care for individuals. How do I access HACC services? . (HACC) Program Planned respite under the National Respite for Carers. HACC services for people in Victoria and Western Australia have not formed part of the.
About HACC Program in Victoria. HACC program. (HACC) Program in Victoria provides funding for a range of. residential and community-based respite services. Home and community care services (HACC). Respite care provides carers with a short break from their caring. 25 Ferres Boulevard, South Morang, Victoria. Commonwealth HACC Program. support for carers including respite services. Contact details for information about HACC services in Victoria and Western.
Funded service providers deliver HACC services in Victoria and assess people. The Victorian HACC program manual lists the services that are. respite services.
If you are interested in accessing our support services, please phone our Intake Officer on 9. Home assessment. Once we have determined that you meet all the eligibility criteria, one of our Assessment Officers will visit you at home to then assess your needs including: what you can do for yourself what you need help with to stay safe and well at home what you want to be able to do or keep doing. We then make a plan with you that lists the support and services available to help you remain living at home.
Fees. The State and Federal Government help fund home support services, which we then deliver to the community. We follow the State Government fees policy which means you pay a fee that is based on your income and expenses.
We will discuss this with you at the assessment stage.