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HomeCare

HomeCare worker with elderly person

1st choice in supporting independence

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.

HomeCare's Mission is: TOGETHER; preserving independence, dignity and quality of life for people living at home requiring support.

We provide quality care and support for those people who require help to stay in their own homes, regardless of ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender or age.

If you are finding it hard to cope with everyday activities such as personal hygiene, cooking or housework – and don’t want to give up your independence - contact The Salvation Army HomeCare.

Our aim: Our vision is to be your first choice in supporting independence. We will develop with you an individual Care Plan to provide personal care and / or practical home support.

Services provided by HomeCare

Our services include, but are not limited to:

  • Personal Care Assistance
    For example: bathing/showering, dressing, toileting, mobility assistance, meal preparation, passive exercise/walking
  • Household Management Assistance
    For example: household hygiene (vacuuming and dusting), bed-making, laundry and ironing, shopping assistance, other essential household tasks
  • Sleepovers
  • Respite Care
  • Volunteer Visiting Service
  • Pastoral Support
  • Palliative care
  • Medication oversight (Waikato region)
  • Special cares

We offer a prompt quality service with well-trained coordinators who are patient and understanding of your needs.   Our trained and empathetic support workers will respect your dignity. They are professional, reliable, trustworthy and caring, working with you to maintain your independence.

Clients who use our service include:

  • People with disabilities
  • ACC clients
  • Children with special needs
  • Clients who have been assessed as needing support at home
  • Community Service Card holders
  • Patients upon discharge from hospital
  • Private fee-paying clients