Care and Support Types Guide

We’re a marketplace that connects workers with jobs in aged care, disability, and home care. This guide details the various care and support types on offer, empowering you, whether you’re a worker, client, or provider, to make the best decisions.

Care Types Explained:

  • Aged Care: This care is all about supporting older folks with their daily life, health care, and keeping social.
  • Disability Support: For people with disabilities to live independently and be involved in the community.
  • Home Care: Assistance with household tasks and personal care for those who prefer staying in their own homes.
  • Therapy: Services from Allied health professionals like physios and psychologists to help improve health.

Support Services Offered:

  • Assisted Transport: Approved transport helps you get to places like appointments or social outings.
  • Day to Day Help: Workers lend a hand with everyday things, from shopping to cooking.
  • Enrolled Nurse (EN): Nurses with diplomas provide care focused on comfort and daily needs.
  • Gardening: Workers help maintain gardens, lawns, and outdoor spaces.
  • House Cleaning: Keeping your home clean and comfortable.
  • Personal Care: Help with personal hygiene and getting dressed.
  • Registered Nurse (RN): Degree-qualified nurses provide advanced care, including medical tasks.
  • Social & Community: Support to help you stay connected and active in the community.

Specialised Support Types:

  • Behaviour Support: Helping manage challenging behaviours with specific strategies.
  • Bowel and Bladder Care: Support with continence and toileting needs.
  • Dementia Care: Special care for individuals with dementia, focusing on their safety and wellbeing.
  • Diabetes: Assistance with managing diabetes, including medication and insulin injections.
  • Epilepsy Management: Support for individuals with epilepsy, including seizure care.
  • Mealtime Management:  Assistance with meal preparation, eating, and nutritional support.
  • Medication Administration & Prompting: Assistance with medication management, including administration.
  • Manual Handling: Safe handling and mobility support for individuals with physical limitations.
  • PEG Feeding: Assistance with feeding through a Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy (PEG) tube.
  • Wound Care: Taking care of wounds to ensure they heal properly.

Travel Allowances and Extra KMs:

  • Travel Allowance: Offered by some providers to workers for travelling over an hour to shifts, especially in remote areas.
  • Additional KMs: Workers get paid for travel with clients during shifts. Only workers approved for assisted transport can apply for the job.

Join Our Marketplace:

Discover a wide range of job opportunities or find the ideal worker for your needs on mobility. We’re dedicated to making connections that enrich lives and meet care needs.

Whether you’re seeking aged care support jobs, disability support jobs, or looking to find the right care for yourself or a loved one, the mobility workforce marketplace is your one-stop shop to find all residential aged care, community care, home care, NDIS & disability support jobs, registered nurse jobs, enrolled nurse jobs, personal care worker jobs, and assistant in nursing jobs, allied health.

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