Our full range of services

We offer all possible shifts in your own home or shared accommodation, 24 x 7, 365 days including sleepovers.

At Fairhands Care Services we offer services to support our senior citizens who are frail and also to anyone living with disability. We support you to live life ordinarily. Our purpose is to help Australians living with disabilities achieve their goals, whether it is greater employment prospects, involvement in their local communities or general life quality enhancement.


Assistance with daily living

We can assist with your daily personal tasks to increase your ability to live as autonomously and with as much independence as possible. Assistance can be provided either individually, through group activities, or at work, school, TAFE and university – even while you are on holiday. We provide a helping hand with:

  • Personal care
  • Daily life activities- like shopping, running errands, hospital/medical visits
  • Home care – cleaning, household chores, laundry and wardrobe organisation
  • Cooking and Mealtime care, planning and preparation
  • Pursuing your hobbies and personal interests with you
  • Planning and managing your appointments with you

You can find funding for this service under the Assistance with Daily Life Category.

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Personal activities care supports

We assist our participants with their personal tasks so that they can live as autonomously as possible. These supports are provided individually to participants, and can be provided in a range of settings.

Personal care supports relate to assistance with daily personal activities including assistance with, or supervision of, personal tasks of daily life. For example:

  • personal hygiene, including showering, bathing, oral hygiene, dressing and grooming;
  • toileting, bladder and bowel management and menstrual care;
  • eating and drinking;
  • attending appointments;
  • use of aids and appliances, hearing and communication devices;
  • mobility and transferring, for example moving in and out of bed and on or off the toilet;
  • application of splints, basic first aid due to injuries sustained as a result of a participant’s disability.

Personal care supports may be required across a variety of settings. For example, a participant living alone in their own home, living with family or other people, when undertaking social, recreational, education or employment activities or during holidays away from home.

Personal care supports are likely to be supports which assist a participant to pursue several different goals, rather than being related to a specific goal.

Personal care supports for children are not intended to replace the usual care and supervision provided, or paid for, by a parent. However, the NDIA may fund personal care supports for children with complex needs where the level of support needed is beyond the level usually required for children of the same age.

A participant’s request that intimate personal care not be provided by family members or friends should always be respected and considered when determining the level of assistance that should be funded.

You can find funding for this service under the Assistance with Daily Life Category.

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Household tasks

Having a clean, well maintained home environment is essential for your health and wellbeing. If you have challenges with undertaking essential household tasks, we can support you with:

  • Cleaning entire house: living areas, bedrooms, bathroom/ toilets, kitchen, outside etc
  • Laundry and ironing
  • Dishwashing
  • Spring cleaning
  • House maintenance, such as window cleaning
  • Meal preparation (preparing meals for you to cook)
  • House or yard/ lawn maintenance

You can find funding for this service under the Assistance with Daily Life Category.

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Community nursing care

If you need specialist nursing care relating to your disability, our registered nurses will come to your home to provide training to you, your carer, or our care staff to ensure that you have the skills and support you need to live independently at home.

  • Support by a registered nurse
  • Support by a clinical nurse
  • Support by a Clinical Nurse Consultant
  • Support by a Nurse Practitioner

You can find funding for this service under the Assistance with Daily Life Support Category.

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Group/Center-based activities

At Fairhands Care, we organize group activities that provide you with a fun, social outing where you’ll get to meet new people and get involved with the community, social and recreational services provided in a group setting.

Whether our client would like to have:

  • a dance,
  • play board or computer games,
  • go for social meals,
  • go for group knitting sessions,
  • go to the zoo,
  • do some craft,
  • or borrow books from the library,

we have something for everyone to be enjoyed by all. We often go on excursions to have a picnic or visit a local attraction. Our activities are designed to be enjoyed by everyone and we can offer support to join in if you need it.

You can find funding for this service under the Assistance with Social, Economic and Community Participation Category.

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The provision of transport helps you to achieve your goals and participate in community, social, economic, and daily life activities, outside of your home. This includes, but is not limited to, taxis and specialist transport arrangements. We provide transportation when our client lives with a disability that prevents them to access alternative forms of transport. We at Fairhands provide two types of transport supports:

General transport

  • Transport to and from appointments
  • Transport to and from the workplace
  • Transport to an activity of choice (that is not itself a support)
  • Transport to a support that is delivered by another provider

Specialised transport

  • Transport to a school
  • Transport to an educational facility
  • Transport to the site of employment
  • Transport around the community

You can find funding for this plan under the Transport Category.

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Accommodation/ tenancy assistance

We can make your search for accommodation much easier. We guide and assist our clients to increase their ability to obtain and retain appropriate accommodation. We can also undertake accommodation seeking activities on behalf of our clients, to ensure our client’s find accommodation that is right for them. This includes:

  • Assisting to apply for a rental tenancy
  • To undertake tenancy obligations, in line with the client’s tenancy agreement
  • Offering a warm and friendly support in what can be a difficult time
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Assist in life stages, transition of supports

Short and long-term supports that focus on strengthening the participant’s ability to coordinate their supports, and to assist them to live at home and participate in their community. Including:

  • Support connection
  • Coordination of supports
  • Assistance with accommodation and tenancy obligations
  • Life transition planning including mentoring, peer support and individual skill development
  • Assistance with decision making, daily planning, budgeting
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Participation in community, social & civic activities

We assist our clients to participate actively in community, social and civic activities by developing and enhancing the client’s skills and providing supports during these activities. Get more involved with your community, be social, and participate in recreational activities with our range of social and community supports designed to help you enjoy your hobbies, see your friends, engage with your community, and have some fun.

You can find funding for this service under the Assistance to Access Community, Social and Recreational Activities Category.

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