At Assured Home Care, we celebrate the positive difference that we make in people’s lives, every day!

If you, or someone you care for, needs some assistance in life then you know that finding the right support is critical.

When you require extra care to maintain your independence and achieve your goals, you want to have absolute assurance and trust in the person providing that support.

When you can’t be there to provide care, you want to be assured that the person trusted to take your place has your best interests at heart.

At Assured Home Care, we take this responsibility very seriously.

Our caring staff offer assistance to families and individuals who may have a:

  • Cognitive impairment
  • Disability
  • Chronic illness
  • Mental illness
  • Terminal illness

And who may be:

  • Frail and/or aged
  • Convalescing
  • Rehabilitating
  • Caring for babies and children

We have a vision to see quality support given to those in our community who are suffering with illness, who have a disability or who are aged or frail and may need extra support to maintain their independence.

We see potential within every life circumstance, whether it be the potential to develop new skills, re-learn old skills or to live a fulfilled life.

Assured Home Care

At Assured Home Care, our Carers come from all sorts of backgrounds.

The one thing they have in common?
A determination to make a positive difference in people’s lives!

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People & Community

We believe that life is to celebrate.

We believe it is important to keep you regularly informed of developments in the rapidly changing disability and aged care sectors...

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13 March 2020

Coronavirus Notice

As a service provider of NDIS and Aged Care supports and services, we have a duty of care to all ...

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14 February 2020

Greater flexibility for Participants in use of NDIS Transport funds

The changes mean that, from the 1st March, NDIS Participants will be able to use their core support funding more ...

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14 February 2020

Mental Health reform and the NDIS

The Productivity Commission puts the cost of mental ill health to the Australian economy at $51 billion per year. It’s es...

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