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HomeCare's services

HomeCare offers the following high quality services to ensure you, or your loved one, can enjoy life in home. If you are unsure if you qualify for free support, use the links on the Resources page, or call HomeCare on 0800 222 040 for assistance.  We will develop with you an individual Service/Care Plan to provide personal care and / or practical home support.

Our quality Support Workers are caring, professional, safe, reliable and empowering.

In addition to HomeCare’s services, The Salvation Army’s wide range of services is also available to both clients and families, uniquely differentiating HomeCare from other service providers.

  • Personal Care Assistance

    Personal care assistance involves bathing/showering, dressing, toileting, mobility assistance, meal preparation, passive exercise/walking.

  • Household Management

    Household management assistance includes household hygiene (vacuuming and dusting), bed-making, laundry and ironing, shopping assistance, etc..

  • 24hr care - sleepovers

    Sleepovers involve 24 hour care for ongoing comfort and peace of mind.

  • Respite Care

    Respite Care offers you , a carer, a break.

  • Volunteer Visiting

    Volunteer visiting service involves practical help, support, or simply a cuppa.

  • Palliative Care

    Palliative care ensures comfort and dignity at this stage in life.

  • HomeCare medication management

    Medication Oversight

    Medication oversight (Waikato region only) involves nursing services to manage regular taking of medication.

  • Special Care

    Special care involves a wide range of options. Please contact us for more information.

  • HomeCare nurse home visits

    Nurse Home Visits

    Nurse home visits involves home nursing, and IV therapy can be provided on request.

  • The Salvation Army HomeCare Pastoral Care

    Pastoral Support

    The Salvation Army HomeCare staff, clients and their families have access to Chaplains who are drawn from The Salvation Army Corps (Church) and have requisite qualifications for their roles as ordained or lay Ministers.

  • Model Of Care

    Our model of care.