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The recently introduced improvements to pricing transparency and comparability for services enabling older Australians to remain living independently in their home longer are a welcome reform in support of consumer driven care. All providers are required to publish prices for services including personal care, nursing and social support on the My Aged Care Service Finder
For adult children, watching your parents age can be difficult at times. While it seems easier to tiptoe around the fact that they are getting older, it’s important that you take the time to understand their care preferences before they face any major health or ageing issues. Unfortunately, many families don’t have the conversation with
Grateful that should her family ever need the John Hunter Children’s Hospital, it is close by, Alison McQueen is strapping on her helmet and hitting the cycleways in support of families from regional communities who have to travel far from home when they need to be close to hospital for their ill or injured children.
As an experienced and reputable provider of quality care, Newcastle & Hunter Community Health welcomes the new Charter of Aged Care Rights as a reflection of the minimum standards at the core of all that we do. Our committed, professional staff consider it a great privilege when our clients trust us with delivering their health
At Newcastle and Hunter Community Health (NHCH), we take pride in being able to offer our patients care that is flexible and suited to each individual’s personal needs. With Consumer Directed Care, we give you the control. When you reach a stage in your life where a little extra assistance could make meeting your daily needs
Maintaining independence is one of the most important priorities for people as they age. While overall continuing to live at home is manageable, there can come a time when a little help can go a long way to keep people living independently in their community. This is where Newcastle and Hunter Community Health can step