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New to care & confused by the options?

There's a lot to grasp, but DailyCare's comprehensive guide on everything care-related will get you up-to-speed

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Zoom guide for people with dementia

Dementia Australia has prepared resources to help people living with dementia use video conferencing platforms like Zoom to stay connected. "Instead of video conferencing being a way to connect with others, it can often be a barrier for people living with dementia and further embed feelings of social isolation.

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Aged Care Explained

Outsource & get on with living

Do you or yours need help with care at home? Home care describes the help and support services you can access from the government, community groups and private organisations to help you stay in your home and live a comfortable life.
Our guide to home care explains everything you need to know, including funding and eligibility.

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Respite care

Respite care gives caregivers and those being cared for a break from their usual care arrangements. It can include anything from a short stay in care accommodation to help at home on a regular basis. 
Find out about respite care options, availability, costs and everything else you need to know.

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Make the move

Looking for residential care? Residential aged care homes (previously called nursing homes) offer permanent, personal round-the-clock care.
Here we’ve identified the most important things you need to know to make well-informed decisions with confidence. From choosing and applying through to funding and subsidies, we spell out the steps clearly so you know your options up-front.

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Residential care
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Dementia care

If you or a loved one has had a dementia diagnosis, it can be helpful to understand the support that’s available to you.
For some people, living at home isn’t practical, and they need the permanent support of dementia care in residential aged care. But for many people, remaining at home is not only possible, but actively supported through a home care package and respite care.

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