We pride ourselves on having a team that’s among the most highly trained in the industry. All of our support workers train for NZQA accredited certificates, ensuring we deliver best practice with a team you can trust.
Your care and support will be delivered by a team of four key functions working together from your local support centre.
Support workers. You'll get to know your support worker as they spend time getting to know you. They provide vital day to day assistance to support you to stay independent, safe, clean and healthy. Services may be personal such as showering or just help to clean the home. Appropriately trained support workers can also provide more complex support such as medication management, mobility assistance and bowel care.
Clinical staff. Our registered or enrolled nurses, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech therapists and social workers visit our clients in their homes to carry out assessments, develop and oversee the support plan and work closely with the support worker.
Care coordinators. Our teams schedule visits, matching support workers to clients based on the support needs of the client.
Regional managers. Many of our managers are former nurses and oversee the delivery of our service including, in most cases, provision of clinical oversight.
You can learn more about some of our staff here.