Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP)
This low care option is designed for those who just need a little extra help to stay at home. Your loved ones can access a range of services that can be matched to individual needs. These services can be offered in the home, in a clinic, or at a local community centre. These services are created to help your loved one live happily at home longer. Co.As.It. Community Services can coordinate assistance and care of your loved one for home care support.
These are the types of services:
- Social Support
- Domestic Assistance
- Hygiene and Grooming
- Allied Health Services
- Nursing Services
- Home Maintenance
There are 4 simple steps you need to take to initiate Aged Care :-
(a) Contact My Aged Care (MAC) to arrange an assessment of your needs
(b) My Aged Care (MAC) will arrange a member of RAS (Regional Assessment Services) to assess your needs
(c) Nominate Co.As.It. Community Services as your preferred provider
(d) We commence looking after your needs
Find out more about the services available through the following programs listed below:
Co.As.It. Community Services is a reputable service provider with extensive knowledge in the care of the older and younger person needing support to continue living in own home as independently as possible. Services are remarkably affordable starting as low as $6 per hour or $15 per week for a level 1 home care package.
The staff of Co.As.It. Community Services is well known to its clients for being very accommodating in requests for particular services e.g. day/time/choice of worker/specialist care/social interaction/out of the box approach to care delivered in the home.
It is Co.As.It. Community Service’s priority to continue to provide services that meet the changing needs of the community and to remain responsive to such needs. The empowerment of the client to take control of their care is within our service delivery strategy as it has always provided care in the manner expected by its clients.
Co.As.It. Community Services has a strong commitment to the provision of quality care services for frail and vulnerable members of the community with the added experience of CALD (Cultural and Linguistically Diverse) service provision.
Cultural expectations about aged care can prevent families from seeking outside support. In many cultures it is considered to be the role of the family to care for elderly people. Other options may not therefore be considered, even if family or partner care is beginning to break down.
Providing services to the community for over 40 years, we have a strong and well-established infrastructure that can continue to provide support services now and into the future, it is committed in the health and well-being of each person and organizing care in a coordinated and holistic manner.