Living at home, surrounded by your own possessions, is a comfort that everyone values. But sometimes this can become difficult. Special needs that can come with injury, ill health, disability, or advancing age can make it harder for people to maintain their independence.
This need is at the core of HomeCare’s Mission: ‘Together; preserving independence, dignity and quality of life for people living at home requiring support.’
Assisting the aged, or those with ill health or disabilities, to live independently in their communities is central to The Salvation Army’s mission and the core work of HomeCare.
HomeCare has been in operation since 1995 with its first branch in Paeroa, followed by branches in Hamilton, Tauranga, Rotorua and Auckland.
A network of over 900 support workers deliver care in the clients home to over 5000 individuals in need, with the focus of support around the client, and client’s family / whanau. HomeCare’s trained and empathetic support workers will respect your dignity and privacy. They are professional, reliable, trustworthy and caring, working with you to maintain your independence.
HomeCare promises that the focus of support is around the client, and clients family/Whanau.
Connecting to Care
By Connecting to [Home]Care, clients can remain living independently in their homes.
HomeCare is certified by HDANZ Ltd to the New Zealand Home and Community Support Sector standard 8158:2012.
HDANZ certification demonstrates our commitment to quality of care.
HomeCare provides services for the following people:
HomeCare provides services on behalf of:
– Support Workers are:
HomeCare is committed to being - person-centric, professional, caring, quality, safe, reliable, competent, innovative and empowering
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army is committed to the mission of caring for people, transforming lives and reforming society. New Zealanders’ support in their home is one of the needs being addressed.
The Salvation Army has fought poverty and social and spiritual distress in New Zealand since 1883. They’ve been there to help more than 120,000 families and individuals in need each year—with budgeting advice, food and clothing assistance, life skills programmes and other comfort and support. HomeCare is just one of The Salvation Army’s many services.