Help to stay healthy at home
We all know getting older is a normal part of life, but we don’t have to feel old.
Whether you live at home with family or on your own, a little extra support is sometimes all that is needed to keep on doing everyday activities.
How healthy@home can help
Healthy@home is a consortium of 19 leading organisations who are experienced in supporting people with diverse needs, characteristics and life experiences.
Our consortium includes community aged care service providers, government and non-government agencies, peak bodies and advocacy groups.
Our members are committed to providing high quality community aged care services in the Brisbane North and Caboolture regions of Queensland.
Commonwealth Home Support Program
Healthy@home delivers Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) services. This is a government-funded program that supports older people who are still managing well at home, but could benefit from some extra help to continue living independently in the community.
CHSP helps people aged 65 years and over (or aged 50 years and over for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people) to enhance their independence and avoid or delay entry into residential aged care.
Care-worker led home exercise program to help older people regain mobility for independence.
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