Crafty client paints for pleasure
Mercy Health Home Care Services client Lorna Robinson has a passion for painting – a passion supported by her home care workers.
Launch of Umps Health smart home devices
On 14 March, Umps Health was officially launched and the Experience Centre in Melbourne's CBD was opened to the general public.
Supporting veterans and their families
The welfare officer at Box Hill RSL organised an information session in March for veterans and their families, themed ‘Living Alone Safely’.
Supporting older people living with dementia
Receiving a dementia diagnosis can be scary both for the person diagnosed and their families, but a diagnosis does not mean giving up things that people enjoy doing.
Supporting people with a disability
In February, Mercy Health Home Care Services attended the Having a Say conference in Geelong.
Seniors Festival celebrations – October 2018
It was great to see local councils supporting older Australians in the community during the Victorian Seniors Festival celebrations last month.
Mercy Health Home Care Services has earned the reputation of being an experienced and reputable disability service provider both within the industry and in the community it serves.
Dementia Awareness Month
Did you know that more than 400,000 Australians are living with dementia? It is a statistic that will sadly increase as the Australian population ages.
Mercy Health’s commitment to staff training
With more than 9,000 staff working across our aged care and health services, it is important to stay abreast of the most contemporary and efficient methods for providing ongoing professional development.
Guess who’s coming to swimming?
Inviting others into your home is never easy, which is why Mercy Health Home Care Services is so focussed on building positive relationships between clients and care teams.
Last reviewed November 12, 2018.