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Finding the Best NDIS Short Term Accommodation in Australia | Auslife Disability Care

Finding the Best NDIS Short Term Accommodation in Australia

In Australia, it is said that 1 out of 11 people are carers. It means 2.65 million Australians have been assisting the daily life of a friend or relative. They can have a disability, medical condition, mental health problems or have old age. This number does not include people working as a professional care worker. Due to the increasing demand for professional disability workers, Australia welcomed more care workers. On

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What Is Caregiver Burnout and How to Prevent It | Auslife Disability Care

What Is Caregiver Burnout and How to Prevent It

Taking care of someone is a challenging task. Much more so if it is done almost on a 24/7 basis. It can be physically, mentally, and emotionally tasking. A lot of primary carers have a lot of other responsibilities aside from caregiving. They have to do household chores too and pay necessary bills. When this continues for some time, they can experience caregiver burnout. What Is Caregiver Burnout? As defined

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Positive Effects of Respite Care for the Primary Caregivers’ Well-Being | Auslife Disability Care

Positive Effects of Respite Care for the Primary Caregivers’ Well-Being

Even robots and gadgets come to a point of exhaustion during their low-battery stage. Now imagine a person who has to work 24/7. Definitely, they can feel stress and exhaustion at times. This scenario is very evident among the primary carer of elderly and people with disabilities in Australia as seen from a 2019 research in Australian Journal of General Practice.  To address the growing distress among the caregivers, Auslife

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What Is Supported Independent Living (SIL) | Auslife Care

What Is Supported Independent Living (SIL)?

Supported Independent Living is NDIS funding that helps participants to live as independently as possible. At the same time, SIL providers, such as Auslife Disability Care, provide day-to-day support that meets your specific needs. Some forms of assistance may be provided to assist you with your daily tasks but are still designed for you to have autonomy over the decisions about your care. SIL as an NDIS service trains you

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Support Community | Auslife Care

What Are Social and Community and Participation Activities?

Humans are social beings that’s why interaction with other people is important. This is even more true for the people who fall under elderly and disabled care. In this post, Auslife Disability care, an NDIS-Accredited leading disability service provider, discusses what social and community participation activities are and how this is important in elderly home care and disabled care. What Is Community Participation? Community participation is the involvement of people

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5 Characteristics to Look For in Disability Support Providers | Auslife Disability Care

5 Characteristics to Look For in Disability Support Providers

Navigating through a person’s disability journey can be complex. Each one will have its own, specialized need for disabled care. Despite this, all patients needing disability services should receive the same level of professional care. There’s an approximate 4.3 million disabled Australians as of today. Around 500,000 from this figure can benefit from the services and funding through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). We, Auslife Disability Care, are a

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