Lung Health Awareness Month

By Home Care Heroes Team • November 25, 2017

I remember the day my dad called me from his holiday in 2010 to say doctors had found a black spot on his lung. Little did we know the repercussions this would have.. Not only did we have to deal with his illness and the treatments, but some old habits were resurfacing.

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The best events celebrating Social Inclusion Week

By Home Care Heroes Team • November 18, 2017

Social Inclusion Week aims to help all Australians feel included and valued, giving everyone the opportunity to participate fully in society. It’s is about connecting local communities, workmates, family and friends.

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Why I’m fighting for Social Inclusion

By Home Care Heroes Team • November 7, 2017

There are approximately 23 million people in Australia with 23 million different appearances, personalities, characters, likes, dislikes, experiences, challenges and hardships that exist. This in itself shows how diverse our world is, with so many cultures, backgrounds and lives all co-existing.

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NDIS Price Increases, Heroes Stay Loyal

By Home Care Heroes Team • November 7, 2017

At Home Care Heroes, we are maintaining our affordable flat rate of $32 per hour despite price changes in the NDIS pricing. Each year, on 1 July, the NDIA is expected to update their price list taking into account market trends, changes in supply & demand and wage rates.

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How to create the BEST Hero profile

By Home Care Heroes Team • November 7, 2017

As an online platform where customers search different profiles to find the right person to care for their needs or their loved ones needs, having a great profile as a Hero is very important. It will allow you to make the right connections with seekers and increase your chances of getting work!

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How to Communicate with Anyone — Promoting Social Inclusion through Auslan

By Home Care Heroes Team • November 7, 2017

My name is Claire Morrison, I am a Home Care Hero and I use my knowledge of Auslan to help my clients who are Deaf.

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What you missed when watching Finding Dory

By Home Care Heroes Team • November 7, 2017

I recently, as I am sure many others have, watched Finding Dory; a film which provides us with a beautiful exhibition of the role we, as friends, parents, support workers and greater society have in shaping the future of a child with a disability.

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The smallest thing can mean the world to someone else

By Home Care Heroes Team • November 7, 2017

Anne-Marie has been a stellar Hero from the very start. Empathy is extremely important as a Hero and Anne-Marie, as a breast cancer survivor and all-round incredible person, has it in droves!

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Accessible and Inclusive Halloween events in Sydney and surrounds

By Home Care Heroes Team • October 26, 2017

Looking for some fun Halloween ideas? Like to be semi-scared or not sure how scared you want to be? Just want to get dressed up, dance and have fun? Our curated list of semi-scary and terrifying Halloween events in Sydney and surrounds, suitable for people with disabilities!

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