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Win an iPad!

Here is a big incentive to start for those who haven’t yet downloaded and started using our new Adssi App! We’re excited to giveaway two (2) brand new iPads to two lucky people who download and use the Adssi App (available from the App Store and Google Play) three (3) or more times. To enter,…

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Good news! Adssi In-home Support is re-establishing an Advisory Council

Good news! Adssi In-home Support is re-establishing an Advisory Council. We’re calling for Expressions of Interest from interested community members.  The Council aims to engage with clients, carers, and stakeholders in a group setting (six times per year) to identify areas of improvement for Adssi’s service delivery, policies, and procedures.  Download more information and an…

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Winter 2022 Newsletter

Welcome to the second edition of Adssi In-home Support’s newsletter for 2022. The seasons are changing, and there is a fresh chill in the air. Big things are happening at Adssi. We celebrated National Volunteer Week, which is a time to recognise our wonderful volunteers for their dedication to helping deliver our services. We’re also…

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Looking at the role of the Coordinator of Supports

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What responsibilities does a Coordinator of Supports have? A Coordinator of Supports (COS) is responsible for the implementation of all supports in the participant’s plan.  This includes informal, mainstream and community, also NDIS funded supports, ensuring service agreements and service bookings are completed.  A COS helps to strengthen and enhance the participant’s abilities to coordinate…

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ADSSI Building Services

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The Building Services team at Adssi In-Home Support is led by Aaron Wilson. He was happy to take us behind the scenes to explain exactly what role the building services team play in keeping Australians in their own home for longer. Building Services receive on average 1500 referrals for modifications and maintenance projects each year.…

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What is Included in Home Care Packages?

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It is time to explore and demystify what is included in your Home Care Package. We will start by going right back to the beginning of the journey, unpacking the steps you must take to get a Home Care Package to support you in living your best life in your own home and community. A…

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Home Support Services on the Central Coast

In-Home Support Services Central Coast There may come a time in life when a little bit of help could go a long way. From starting your day to keeping your home safe and tidy, these everyday tasks can become a challenge. This is where Adssi in-home support Central Coast can help. A variety of services…

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Build Strength and Confidence at our FREE Falls Prevention Program

If you’re worried about falling or know someone who is, come along to the FREE Stepping On FALLS PREVENTION program, an initiative of the NSW Department of Health, presented by Adssi In-home Support. What and for who is this program? This free 7 week program is designed for older people who are living independently in…

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We’re Growing!

A third not for profit home and community care provider recently joined the ADSSI Limited group. Beresfield & District Community Care (BCC) is the latest organisation to merge in the changing community disability and aged care sectors. The merge of Beresfield Community Care with ADSSI Limited, trading as Maitland Community Care Services (MCCS) and Central…

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Home Help For Pensioners

Most of us want to remain living in our own home as we age. So, the home help for pensioners allows people to stay safe and comfortable in their own home, without having to move. At Adssi, we are passionate about supporting our clients to live their best lives, at home and in their local…

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